BHANGRA AND GIDDHA
Bhangra is non-conventional melodious music of Punjab which is performed by the males whereas the female counterpart of Bhangra is Giddha.
Bhangra Music is a type of melodious and popular music that is associated with the Punjabi diaspora in Europe and North America. it is known to be the genre that originated from the fusion of British Punjabi and Indian culture in the UK in the late 20th century. The music primarily consists of rhythmic patterns produced from two primary instruments; Dhol and Tumbi, they are translated from vocal patterns that sung onomatopoeic words representing the different tones of the instrument.
it is a native Punjabi traditional performance which is a humorous song-and-dance that is performed by women. In addition to Sikh religious music, semiclassical Mughal forms, such as the Khyal dance and the Thumri and Ghazal, and Qawwali vocal performance genres, continue to be popular.