Folk music brings to mind the melodious Rajasthani folk songs. Rajasthani folk music is immensely popular and is appreciated all over the world.

This brief introduction to Rajasthani folk music will take you through the basics of the melodies and techniques that have captured the hearts of music fans all across the globe. Let’s start with a few types of Rajasthani folk musical instruments that are frequently used.

The Sarangi, Rawanhattha, Kamayacha, Morchang and Ektara are the popular Rajasthani folk instruments of the stringed variety.

Different shapes and sizes are present in percussion instruments, from the huge Nagaras and Dhols to the tiny Damrus. Festivals like Holi witness The Daf and Chang.

Under the flutes and bagpipes category, Rajasthan excels with instruments such as Shehnai, Poongi, Algoza, Tarpi, Been and Bankia.

Huge experience in sings a wide repertoire of traditional Folk and Sufi songs.


We worked in more then 40+ countries and celebrating the finest of Folk Fusion with the 21th century audience.


We have a skilled team in Sufi music, Jaipur Gharana, classical, jugalbadi and Langa/magniyar.

The Artist

Bindu Khan Khandela also known as the signature Folk voice of Rajasthan, has taken an ancient musical legacy from the golden Thar Desert to the screens of Rajasthani Films and to more then 40+ countries, celebrating the finest of Folk Fusion with the 21th century audience.

Bindhu Khan is a name that finds special mention and great respect among the folk music circuits of Rajasthan. Today he sings a wide repertoire of traditional Folk- and Sufi songs. He is A grade Artists(Television and Radio). His stage performances include the most illustrious national as well as international platforms. His voice has graced musical events and platforms in India and around the world: from Europe to America from Africa the Gulf Countries.