Bollywood music is a part of Indian films of the 50s and 60s. There is a very colourful and interesting story behind the Indian music industry. Indian classical chants are the basis of all types of Indian singing styles. Once you have learned classical Indian chanting, chances are that every area of singing you cannot reach.
Indian classical vocal music is divided into two categories: Hindustan, which is popular as a North Indian style of music, and Carnatic Vocal, which is a South Indian style of music. The classical Hindustani sound is believed to have evolved from the 12th century AD.
There are many singers in Bollywood known for their skills. You can get full information about Bollywood singers at https://bechuzi.com/entertainment/bollywood/top-10-favourite-singers.
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Hindustani classical music brings together different musical genres such as the Vedic singing tradition and a homogeneous existing folk music culture. In contrast, Carnatic Classical Vocal is the dominant classical music tradition in South India. It is believed that this classical musical form is an offshoot of Indian Hindustani chanting.
India is blessed with many pandits and masters – Tyagaraja, Ghulam Ali Khan, Girija Devi, Balamuralikrishna, Pandit Bhimsen Joshi, Lata Mangeshkar and many others who brought the legacy of classical Indian singing to modern times and created enchanting new genres.