Rajasthani Folk Singing and Music has a unique identity in Indian Music. Harmonium, Dholak, Nagada, Khartal, Morlung, Bhapang, and dozens of other instruments are exclusive to the Rajasthani Folk Music group. The rhythm of Rajasthani Folk Music depicts the Rajasthani culture and music.
Many Rajasthani folk music groups migrate from one place to another place. Their objective is to preserve the culture of music, dance, and arts, performing various dance and music forms. It is the primary source of their livelihood. They played a major role in enhancing the position of the culture of Rajasthan in the world today. The Ghumantu is one group of such people. The Ghumantu consists of another caste known as Ranadholi. Ranadholis lived in Rajasthan for so long. Most importantly, they were engaged in entertaining the kings and emperors with various Rajasthani folk music and dances. The prominent songs such as ‘Padharo mharo desh’, ‘Gorbandh’, ‘Nimbuda’ are the creation of the Rajasthanis. Hence, they are praised by the entire world. Besides that, Rajasthani owns the pride of not only enriching the culture of Rajasthan but also the entire culture of India.
Ranadholi Folk artists and musicians are all from Rajasthan performing a fine blend of Folk songs. All are masters of their art and they touch the soul of the audience with their stunning voices, mystical tunes, and breathtaking rhythm.