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Indian Music – Its Peculiarities
By Manjiree Vikas Gokhale
Indian Music owes its credits to the Vedic Culture. Indian Music has been treading the path of evolution and changes, since then.
There are many popular forms of music like folk, devotional, natya sangeet (drama music), light film music, ravindra sangeet, gazals, etc. All forms have their own sub-categories. In spite of these forms, Classical Music still has retained its status and popularity all over India. Classical Music performers have always been a pride of India.
Today, Indian Classical Music is broadly divided in 2 branches:
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