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Fusion Of Classical And Folk Music: Aestheticism Meets Comfort

You might be fond of fusion songs of the 21st century but have you heard about the fusion of classical and folk songs?

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We tend to modify and improve the given form according to the convenience of the layman. Classics which endure the originality of the art form are tough for a layman to acquire. Folk culture, on the other hand is seen rather as an art form made for pleasure than as an art with aestheticism. To bridge this dichotomy here, the fusion of folk and classical emerged. In music, the genre of fusion gained immense popularity as well. Fusion songs borrow the element of ease from the folk songs and inherit the element of critical aestheticism from the classical songs. There are several prevalent forms of fusion of folk and classical music in India. We’ll be mentioning all the major ones.

The Rabindra Sangeet

Rabindra Sangeet is the form of music named after its composer, the noble laureate, composer, poet, writer and Bengali polymath, Rabindranath Tagore. He drew inspiration from the Thumri sub genre of Hindustani classical music and added variations to the strict raga system in his songs. Writings of Rabindranath Tagore were highly lyrical with the thematic undercurrent of love and devotion, mainly towards God. His songs have spiritualistic tranquility that bewitches one’s mind to experience calmness, and this is what Rabindra Sangeet encompasses too.

Sugam Sangeet

Sugam Sangeet is the music that has been made free of text-laden technicalities of classical music. That isn’t to say that it does not follow some of the technicalities, but it has been certainly made flexible to changes. The lexicon of the song is made easier by often containing words adopted from regional languages. Etymologically, since Sugam translates to ‘comforting’, Sugam Sangeet is the genre which is born out of the convenience of a layman who is destitute of deeper details dwelling in classical music.

Haveli Sangeet

Haveli Sangeet are devotional songs performed in temples, often as a part of ritual. India has conjectured the tradition of Haveli Sangeet since primitive times. These songs originated in the Mathura region of Uttar Pradesh. Reverentially, they’re majorly sung in the praise of or in devotion to Hindu deity Lord Krishna. Haveli Sangeet is popular even in the states of Rajasthan and Gujrat. They carry the regional alterations of dialect and that makes them a part of fusion. Although the songs are highly religious in their themes, they can be enjoyed by atheists for their cultural beauty.

Gana Sangeet

The British colonialism majorly annihilated India, but few good things came out of it. The patriotic fervor that the freedom drive created gave rise to many culturally important art forms. One such is Gana Sangeet, which was born out protests against the British rule in India and are generally sung in chorus to represent the strength of unity and contains a social message. Initial themes included patriotism, community strength on the front, but post-colonization, Gana Sangeet incorporated other socially important themes were also adapted in the genre.
There are plethora of categories and forms of songs made out of the fusion of classical and Folk music in India and it certainly isn’t possible briefing all of them. Other popular forms, however, include Qawwali, which is a Sufi form of devotional songs and has religious Islamic origins. Another fusion music form is Shabad. These are didactic songs generally sung by Sikh gurus and are believed to be originated in Punjab.

Lost in the woods of western influences, we often forget the soothing ground of our abode and its pacifying culture. The transcendental values exhibited by our culture should be envisioned in our memory if not reflected in our action.

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Songs For This Movie Called Life

Presenting a playlist of songs by artists who cover a wide range of emotions with their voices and instruments to help you sail through life.

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Songs can make and break a mood. That’s the power the right kind of music holds against us. When you’re the main character in your life it’s not easy to always find the right music for the right feeling. Mostly because you lack a music producer in your life, unlike the movies. Hence, we decided to take on the role of this famed music producer and give you a few suggestions that you can hopefully add to your playlist to add the right melody from soft to raspy to this movie on life and make it a little less dull. 

Song: Missing Pages by Shehzan Mehta, Zaisha, Reet Shah

Are you feeling melancholic? Looking for a song to accompany your soul as you feel some of the saddest moments of your life? Then this song is for you. With a soothing piano melody and soft and comforting voices echoing each second, this song will give you the space you deserve to feel all those emotions and move on at your own pace—a song for days when you need someone to let you cry and nudge you forward. 

Credits: Spotify (Shehzan Mehta)

Song: Behno Do by Sanjana Devarajana 

Remember the time when you wanted to get up so badly but it seemed like the whole world was against it? For times like that, this song is a perfect addition to your playlist as it instills the faith that you lost in yourself. With a soft melody that builds up to an empowering one combined with the melodious voice of Sanjana, there is no way you will stay beaten down for long.

Credits: YouTube (Sanjana Devarajan)

Song: Void by Aanchal Bordoloi

Feeling a little blue but tired of soft and pop voices to cheer you up? If you’re looking for something indie with a husky voice to tell you that you’re not alone and that they’ve got you and you can let it out, then Aanchal Bordoloi must be added to your playlist, this instant. Reminding us all about the beauty of yearning for someone with her guitar and raspy voice, Aanchal serenades us into another world with Void.

Credits: YouTube (Aanchal Bordoloi- Topic)

Song: Roses by Kalpana

Whenever we pick roses it’s the thorns that worry us the most. It almost always makes us forget how beautiful the rose truly is just like love. A song to remind you how beautiful love can be if you just let it in, Kalpana manages to take you on an aural as well as visual trip with her song with Roses. The soft musical accompaniment is the perfect addition to her comforting breathy voice that is bound to remind you about the soft touches of kind love. 

Credits: YouTube (theofficialkaplana)

Song: Sunday by Aditya A & Naalayak

Do you relate to Garfield a lot and just can’t stand Mondays, and hope that the Sunday last forever? Well, you’re not the only one thinking like that as Aditya & Naalayak released a song dedicated to this amazing relaxed day that they just keep hoping never ends. A relatable song with a chill melody, this song is the perfect addition to your “take it easy playlist”.  

Credits: YouTube (Aditya A)

Hope these song suggestions help you navigate your life a little better than yesterday! 

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Harmony of Healing: Exploring Mental Health Through Music

Immerse yourself in the therapeutic symphony of art performances. Discover the impact of music on mental health as we delve into its healing power.

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In the realm of mental health, where silence often reigns and stigma persists, art performances and emerging as powerful tools for breaking the chains surrounding the topic. Among these diverse forms of artistic expression, music takes centre stage, proving to be a transformative force in healing mental health. Let’s delve into the deep impact of mental health art performances and the therapeutic resonance of music.

“Holding On” by Sanjay Maroo

These poignant words set the stage for a musical journey that explores the dualities of life- the euphoria of success and the depths of rejection and fear. The song is a dedication to those who persist and refuse to surrender their dreams despite setbacks. It’s a call to awaken those who may have quietly moved away, urging them that it’s never too late to try again. The artist shares personal experiences passionately pursuing a dream, basking in the glory of success, but also grappling with the pain of rejection and the haunting fear of failure.

Credits: YouTube( Sanjay Maroo Music )

“Nahi Hu Mai Theek” by Vasu Kainth

In a bold and crucial move, an artist addresses the often stigmatized topic of mental illness through his song “Nahi Hu Mai Theek”. This musical composition shines a light on the shadows that mental health struggles cast on individuals. By bringing mental health struggles to the spotlight, the artist contributes to breaking the silence and dispelling the stigma that surrounds it. The song becomes a voice for those who grapple with invisible battles within their minds, creating space for empathy and understanding.

Credits: YouTube ( Vasu Kainth )

Sitar for Mental Health by Rishab Rikhiram Sharma

Sitar for Mental Health gives us a unique blend of ancient practices and contemporary experiences, utilizing traditional Indian Classical music as a powerful medium. The goal is to invoke states of deep reflection, receptivity and introspection, fostering awareness about mental health through the auditory sensory processing system.

These immersive experiences last around 60 minutes and go beyond the boundaries of conventional performances. They incorporate a variety of instruments, including the Khartal, Sound Bowls, Daf, and deep percussion, creating a multi-sensory journey. The focus is not merely on music but on the silence between notes, encouraging deep listening and gradual adoption of musical improvisation and consciousness.

Rishab, the artist behind Sitar for Mental Health, skillfully navigates the Sitar as a tool for transformation. The audience is taken on a journey that begins with a personal intention, allowing them to sense and visualize their emotions. The experience encourages letting go of mental and physical attachments in that moment, providing a therapeutic space for introspection and healing.

Credits: YouTube ( Rishab Rikhiram Sharma )
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Latest Musical Releases That Tug at the Heartstrings

We bring you a collection of some of the latest musical releases that are sure to pull at your heart and touch your soul.

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In the dynamic world of music, every store carries a story and each melody paints a vivid picture of emotion. The latest music releases have taken up this ethos, offering a diverse range of tunes that resonate with the human experience. Let’s dive into the enchanting world of these musical masterpieces.

“You Are A Criminal” by Mallika Mehta

“You Are a Criminal” by Mallika Mehta is her latest creation which is a powerful emotional orchestral pop composition. The song invites listeners on a compelling journey through the intricate nuances of heartbreak and betrayal. Mallika’s passionate delivery breathes life into every emotion, making that track a poignant experience for anyone who has ever felt the sting of betrayal. With a fusion of soul-stirring lyrics and a captivating melody; “You Are a Criminal” stands as a must-listen, promising an emotional rollercoaster that leaves a lasting impression.

Credits: YouTube( Salim Sulaiman )

“Neem Neem” by Anurag Sinha, Yasser Desai & MFA Records

Presented by Anurag Sinha and MFA Records, “Neem Neem” is a melodious masterpiece that enchants the soul. Sung by the talented Yasser Desai, and featuring the voices of Manmeet Kaur and Jatin Suri, this song is a musical journey that transcends the ordinary. The enchanting melodies of “Neem Neem” promise to send the listeners to a world of soothing tunes and heartfelt emotions. The video, a visual delight, shows us a captivating performance that promises to tug at the heartstrings. “Neem Neem” is a chartbuster in the making, offering an unforgettable musical experience.

Credits : YouTube ( MFA Records )

“Tu Jo Paas” by Suzon

“Tu Jo Paas” is a light at the end of a dark tunnel. The song expresses deep emotions of joy and reliability in a romantic relationship. The singer finds immense happiness and a positive demeanour when their loved one is close, emphasizing that without them, life feels dull, The recurring desire to maintain this laughter and joy and a plea to never leave, creates a sense of security. The verses beautifully intertwine feelings of love and simplicity, portraying the beloved’s impact on every aspect of the singer’s life. Acknowledging the loved ones’ role in fulfilling aspirations and being the anchor in times of emotional turbulence adds layers of depth to the lyrics.

Credits: YouTube ( Suzonn )

“Hi” by THE 9TEEN

“Hi” by THE 9TEEN is a soulful and poignant melody, “Hi” captures the essence of connection and strength that emerges from challenging circumstances. “Hi” intricately weaves a narrative of what two individuals experience when physically distant but emotionally close. The song is creative and a breath of fresh air with stunning vocals, and visuals.

Credits: Youtube (THE 9TEEN)

“Mann” by The Yellow Diary

“Mann” is a song that is sure to touch your heart. In a heartwarming video, Moses discovers Tarini’s lost diary in a busy metro station. What happens after is a meeting by chance that unfolds as they connect over the diary’s pages, leading to laughter and shared moments. This touching tale shows us how fate, in the form of a lost diary, can unite two strangers and blossom a heartwarming friendship.

Credits: YouTube ( The Yellow Diary )

These latest music releases offer a rich tapestry of emotions, from heartwarming to heartwrenching. Each song sings a unique story, creating a melodic journey that resonates with listeners on a deeply personal level. Whether you seek the emotional intensity of betrayal, the enchantment of soulful melodies, the resilience found in love, the strength born from distance, or the heartwarming joy of newfound friendship, these songs promise an unforgettable musical experience. So, immerse yourself in the beauty of these compositions, let the melodies carry you away, and savour the profound emotions they evoke.

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A Song For A Mood

Confused about what song to play and how to set the mood for the day? Don’t worry because we’ve got you covered!

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How often do you open Spotify or YouTube and give up because you just can’t find the right song to match your mood? It’s hard but hey once you find the right one you won’t be able to stop playing it on repeat. We understand your pain and we understand the joy that you experience and hence to make your life a whole lot easier we present to you a playlist that will surely evoke a lot of emotions.

Humne Bhi by The Western Ghats

With a catchy beat with soulful lyrics and melody, this song brings out a lot of emotion. Ranging from happy to nostalgic to a tab bit melancholy, this song is bound to bring a subconscious smile to your face. With vocals that will make any none morning person wake up with a peaceful smile, this song is for days when you just wish to vibe with a song in your room.

Credits: YouTube (The Western Ghats)

Mumkin Nahin by Khanabadosh

The feeling of heartbreak after a breakup is something almost everyone is familiar with. The change in environment and life in general that this particular phase brings is not something small. Some may try to hold onto that past in some way, through friendship or otherwise, but it’s not always possible or clean. Expressing the messy aftermath of a breakup where a couple decides to remain friends but doesn’t succeed in leaving it all behind, this song is a reminder that sometimes life moves on irrespective of whether we are ready or not. And although our past will hold a piece of us, it will only be a piece never the whole. It’s a song for days when you just can’t let go and keep up with the change.

Credits: YouTube (Khanabadosh)

Tootay Unplugged by Ankur Tewari

Another song that deals with the theme of loss and the pain of moving on. A soothing vocal accompanied by heartful lyrics this song will soothe any unrest soul. It’s one of those rare beauties with such great lyrics that they will leave you gasping in awe. The metaphors that each line brings out are absolutely beautiful. It’s a song for days when you are at a loss of words for the loss you’re feeling within.

Credits: YouTube (Ankur Tewari)

Jaan Baaki by Shubham Kabra

A song that will make you bawl your eyes out with tears of sadness and love, this is a song that you just can’t stop appreciating. The way the music video switches between past and present help enhance your understanding of the lyrics. Two lovers bound together by one soul, and how lonely one becomes in the absence of another but still trudges forward in life is very beautifully portrayed in the video. Plug into your earphones and let the soothing vocals of Shubham Kabra and the hum-worthy melody of the song take you on a journey of cherishing true love.

Credits: YouTube (FFS.)

Tere saath by Choloman Chhondo

A song to dedicate your special someone, it’s a song that will surely remind them how special you truly are to them. An adorable song with a joyous melody, this song will make you dance in your room with joy and happiness. And if somebody dedicates it to you, you will most likely blush from head to toe with love.

Credits: YouTube (Choloman Chhondo)

Hope these songs evoke a range of emotions in you as they did in us when we curated this playlist for you.

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Musical Originals: Weaving Melodic Tapestries

Join us as we unveil a tapestry of original compositions that beckon you into uncharted musical territories.

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The world of music is a magical one in itself. Our contemporary and industrial compositions are wonderful to groove to and adding to them are our musical originals composed by independent artists. They intertwine notes like whispers of the heart and make melodies waltz. Original music composers emerge as an ode to the boundless creativity of human expression. Today we have with us a compilation consisting of a few such musical originals, let us take you on a symphonic journey that captures our shared human experience.

“Humne Bhi” by Rishi Kumar

Humne Bhi by Rishi Kumar is a melodic masterpiece that is an absolute joy to listen to. The artists’ tunes, instrumentals, and voices wonderfully complement each other. The lyrics are playful and mischievous at the same time very thoughtful. The intonations of the artist’s voices are to make a place in the heart of the audience, leaving them humming the tune all day long. Humne Bhi by Rishi Kumar is truly a soulful musical original.

Credits: YouTube ( Rishi Kumar )

“Baatein Purani” by Shubham Agrawal

Baatein Purani by Shubham Agrawal is melancholic melody. The music effortlessly takes the audience back to that one person, the one who got away. On the surface, the song is soft and calming, but upon hearing the lyrics carefully you will find yourself missing the person you’ve loved but arent together anymore. Baatein Purani by Shubham Agrawal is a beautiful musical original that leaves a lingering magic once you’ve heard it.

Credits: YouTube ( Shubham Agrawal )

“Dariya” by Vismay Patel

Dariya by Vismay Patel is an enchanting musical original. The music and lyrics resonate with the idea of finding yourself a moment and space in the chaos of daily life. The lyrics take the audience to a place they just want to claim as their own. The song is intricately crafted with giving the sense of being alone without being lonely, of just being still. Dariya by Vismay Patel is an adorable song sure to find its special corner in your heart.

Credits: YouTube ( Vismay Patel )

“Tu Jae Jahan” by Osho Jain ft Sanchi

Tu Jae Jahan by Osho Jain is a whimsical cute melody. The music is light and toe-tapping and gets the audience grooving. The lyrics are overflowing with the beauty and novelty of love. The song resonates with the theme of wanting to be where your lover is, of never wanting to spend a single moment apart. Tu Jae Jahan by Osho Jain is a light-hearted song that will have you singing along to every word once you hear it.

Credits: YouTube ( Osho Jain )

“Khaali Daraze” by Sarthak Bhardwaj feat. Kashish Arora

Khaali Daraze by Sarthak Bhardwaj is a soulful, heartwrenching, tear-jerking song that is so beautiful to listen to, it will render you speechless. The tunes and the lyrics are so well crafted and complement each other. The duet adds to the beauty of the song. The music brings out beautifully the duality of human emotions, how the one thing or person who brought a smile upon your face, can now, through mere memory jog up emotions of regret and reminiscence. Khaali Daraze by Sarthak Bharadwaj is such a raw and beautiful musical original which is sure to have the audience clenching their hearts in awe.

Credits: YouTube ( Sarthak Bhardwaj – Topic )

We hope you enjoyed this little compilation of original musicals.

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