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The state of Chhattisgarh is full of cultural heritage. The culture of the Chhattisgarh is enriched by the music of this state. The audiences were enthralled by the rhythmic music in this state. The bharthari, Pandwani, and Chandeni were few famous music forms in the state of Chhattisgarh.
A form of musical narrative is called Pandwani. The mythological form of Mahabharta stories were described by the singing of Pandwani. One most popular Pandwani singer is Teejan Bai who got a Padmashree award to enhance this art form all over the world. Some common tribes occupy the Chhattisgarh land which were named as Halba, Baiga, Binjhwar, Kamar, Korva, Gond, Kanver, Birhi, Pando, and Uranv etc. Lots of varieties were seen in the dance and music form of tribes.
Various forms of nontribal and tribal songs were heard in the state of Chhattisgarh. The most famous regional songs are Bihav, Sohar and Pathoni songs. For the particular season, there were particular type of folk songs like Fag sungs in the spring season, Sawnahi were sung in the rainy season, and Baramasi were sung all over the year. At the time of festivals the folk songs sung are Sua song for deepawali, Cher-Cher song sound at the time of cropping, and Dohe of Rout Nacha sung at the time of Deepawali. Tjere were many more varieties of folk songs named as Dandi Pouha, Fugdi, Danda songs, Mata Seva songs, Dhankul songs, Dewar songs, Bhojali songs, Goura songs, Janvara songs, Khuduwa songs, Chau-Mau, Kau-Mau, Nagpanchami, Loriya, and Karma songs in the state of Chhattisgarh. For the entertainment in rural regions, music of Chhattisgarh is the main entertainment source.