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Chapter IIIMusicians and their musical instruments i 1
Chapter VIA God Dances
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All-India Radio ancient art music artistic Badri Nath beats Bhabha Bhot Buddha Buddhist temple Calcutta chant Chhenga communication cultivated culture cymbals Dabla Delhi Deodum devata developed Dhole DIRECTOR OF CENSUS district Domang drone drum ethnomusicology festival function gods groksh harmony Haryana Himalayas Hindu India India Radio Indian Administrative Service influence Kalpa Karnal khemta Kinner Kailash Kothi Labrang lama Lamaism London magico-religious Maheswar meaning mountain music and dance music of Kinnaur musical instruments musical modes Name of Devi/Devata Name of village Narain Nichar orchestra palki pitch played Polyandry POOH SUB-DIVISION primitive Punjab ragas region religion religious rhythm Ribba ritual scheduled castes sculptures Shahnai Sharnal silver Simla simple melody Singh singing Sino-Tibetan Sino-Tibetan origin social song and dance sound specialisation spirits and demons tahsil tetratonic Thakur Dungyor Tibet Tibetan Tone material traditional melodies Traditional tunes Tribal music tribes usually Vedas Vedic Aryans Western women Yes/No