Nathoo Lal Solanki, Chugge Khan and other Rajasthani musicians are back to excite audiences as they did in the 2013 Eye on India Festival! Rajasthan Josh has been featured across the globe performing the folk traditions of northwestern India with instruments such as the Nagada, Hand Clips, Dhol, Tabla (Indian Drums), and Harmonium while incorporating vocal styles from mystic Sufi traditions to devotional bhajans (prayer songs) to popular folk songs of Rajasthan.
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