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Music. Saat Sur. Sargam. Soul. Lata Mangeshwar. Kishore Kumar. Mohammed Rafi. These are few words that come to our mind when we are asked what music means? Indian music is one of the oldest art of the world which richly portrays the ancientness of Indian culture.


Music is a medium through which one connects to God. Music adds colours to our Lives. Art of music has been detailed in our Indian literature. Over the period, the way music has been composed and presented both in spiritual and film world has undergone has a great change.

Even today we even love to hear to old melodies and songs composed today are forgotten within a short time. In times of singers like Asha Bhonsle, Kavita Krishnamurthy, Mahalaxmi Iyer, Kumar Suna, Manna Day, Balasubrahmany, R D Burman the music used to touch our hearts and soul. People can be heard singing those today also.


Talking of today’s generation music, western genres like metal, hard rock, pop, jazz & party-mixes are being composed. Playback singers include Suinidhi Chauhan, Alka Yagnik, Sonu nigam, Shankar Mahadevan, A R Rehman, Arijit Singh, Kailsh Kher, Neha Kakkar, Himesh Reshamiya, Shreya Ghoshal, Yo Yo Honey Singh.

In any film awards ceremony, singers, music directors, composers, lyricists are also awarded for their contribution. Record companies like Saregama India Ltd. (HMV), Universal Music (India), Tips, Venus, Sony Music Entertainment (India), Crescendo, Virgin Records, Magnasound, Milestone and Times Music are credited for taking music to ears.

Listening Music is also regarded as one of relaxing exercise. It helps to calm down our nerves and rejuvenate.
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