Odissi is a kind of music that originated from Odisha and is regarded as the ritual music for the service of Lord Jagannatha. it is a two thousand years old history and consists of authentic Sangeeta shastras or treatises, unique ragas, and talas. Chaupadi, chhānda, champu, chautisa, janāna, mālasri, bhajana, sarimāna, jhulā, kuduka, koili, poi, boli are some of the various aspects found in Odissi music. Abi Samrata Upendra Bhanja, Banamali Dasa, Kabisurjya Baladeba Ratha, and Kabikalahansa are some of the various great composer poets of Odissi tradition. Avanti, Panchali, Odramagadhi, and Dakshinatya are the various branches of Indian classical music. Jayadeva composted the lyrics and set ragas and talas which formed into an independent style. Mahari, Gotipua, Prahallada Nataka, Radha Prema Lila, Pala, Dasakathia, Bharata Lila, Khanjani Bhajana, etc. are the traditional folk music of Odisha.