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Have you ever listened to a Hindi song? If not, then you are missing on something very exceptional.


India treasures one of the oldest musical traditions in the world. It is said that the vibrant sound that fills the complete universe, i.e. Nadabrahma, itself embodies the divinity. The most prominent forms of Indian music are the diverse lineage of folk music, bollywood, Indian pop and Indian classical music. The monophonic Indian classical music has two distinct traditions; Hindustani and Carnatic. Apart from the classical music being all-time favorite, the bollywood and pop numbers are in trend.


You will find all kinds of Hindi music on the site, such as: Classical music (Hindustani music, Carnatic music), Light classical music, Folk music ( music of Bengal, Bihu of Assam, Dandiya, Ganasangeet, Uttarakhandi Music, Lavani, Rajasthan), Popular music (Bollywood music, Interaction with non – Indian music, Indian pop music, Rock and metal music (Raga rock, Indian rock), Dance music, Indian hip hop), Jazz and blues….. ‘Music has no language.’ The Indian music concerts have invited several artists from around the globe like the Beatles, Celine Dion, Aerosmith, Enrique, Michael Jackson, Lady Gaga and many more. The dance on peppy bollywood numbers on a non-Indian talent show is a usual sight.


Filmi is the largest form of Indian popular, or songs from Indian films. It is sold 72% of music market in India. And we have songs of famous composers in India like: Naushad Ali, Madan Mohan, R.D. Burman, Shankar Jaikishan, S. D. Burman……In Indian films, the voice of the song is not sung by the actors, the playback singers will sing the songs to make the songs melodious, soulful and the actors just lipsynch on the screen. In the past, there are some actors can sing in the films, such as: K. J. Yesudas, Mohammed Rafi, Mukesh, Kishore….


Bollywood numbers contend the largest sale of 72% of the total music market in India. This site harbors an enormous collection of music maestro of all-times like: Naushad Ali, Madan Mohan, R.D. Burman, Shankar Jaikishan, S.D. Burman…… You will also find soul-touching tracks sung by timeless singers like K. J. Yesudas, Mohammed Rafi, Mukesh, Kishore Kumar, Sonu Nigam, Arijit Singh, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, …. Due to the vogue of Bollywood music in the world, your ears can sense it playing in media, live music, radio and TV. Generally, you will find 6-10 songs in every hindi movie, which manifests the relevance of songs in Indian cinema. In fact, you’ll find that many international artists and songs are inspired by bollywood tracks.


Indian pop music is the fusion of Indian folk and classical music. This soul-stirring music also carries of blend of modern beats from many other parts of the world. Factually, the pop music originated in South Asian region with the famous playback singer Ahmed Rushdi’s song “Ko Ko Korina” in 1966, followed by Mohammad Rafi in the late 1960s and then Kishore Kumar in 1970s. Eventually pop singing gained momentum with the passage of time and begot many legendary singers like Usha Uthup, Shaan, Sharon Prabhakar and Alisha Chinai, Falguni Pathak, Sunita Rao, Adnan Sami, Penaz Masani, Ila Arun…..


Indian rock has its roots in 1960’s, when the Beatles visited India and brought their music with them. The lead guitarist George Harrison got influenced by the Indian music. The Indian musicians began fusing rock with traditional Indian music. The vocals and instruments started rocking funk rock, raga rock, pop rock, psychedelic rock and soft rock. Pandit Ravi Shankar and Ustaad Zakir Hussain were the stepping-stones towards the raga rock culture. The modish MTV in 1990s infused many forms of rock such as grunge and speed metal. The rock band Indus Creed was successful to elevate their music to the international stage with hits like Rock N Roll Renegade. This seeded the uprising of many vivacious bands like Parikrama, Euphoria, Indus Creed, Indian Ocena…..


Hip hop music dates back to 1990 when Baba Sehgal first Indian rapper introduced rap to the people of India. In the early 2000 MTV inspirited Indian rappers. Today, hip hop still forms an integral part of Indian music steering its way into the club scene and street culture. Hip hop has given many astounding artists like Bally Sagoo, Yo Yo Honey Singh, Hard Kaur, Raftaar, Badshah….. Hip! Hip! Hop!!


Let the Hindi music rock your mind and body. This site shelves the largest collection of Hindi songs that will certainly capture your senses. Let’s do it Indi way!


Enjoy good music!


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