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Our Band with Male – Female Singers are arranged for different occasions to sing songs as per the events. Talented Singers play specially chosen songs that suit the occasion. Special requests can be made for songs that can entertain the whole crowd; we play the requested songs to gain the momentum of the party. Generally, Singers are arranged for Wedding Event, Pre- Wedding Events, Post Wedding Events, Corporate Events, Sufi or Gazal night and much more.

We are having an efficient team of entertainers, musicians, and singers whose performance will make you enjoy. Our team has some of the best artists from the entertainment industry that will make their 100 % efforts to entertain you and your guests. Our band is one of the popular live orchestra band in Delhi. If you are looking for a perfect wedding orchestra in Delhi, make a stop here because you have come to the right place. Here you will get to know the different artists. One of the top orchestra band for any formal event that you want to make more interesting and more entertaining and gives you full-time happiness that is worth your money.

We also arrange Live Band for a private party as well as the grand party. Our Live Band has made several outstanding performances at some of the top events in Delhi. The live band is in trend these days in entertaining people out there to have fun and enjoy every moment of the event and make these memories as the most precious memories of once life. Live Band is commonly seen on Indian weddings with music played by the team of orchestra band on Bollywood songs. Orchestra band also performs in public meets and functions of government organizations.

www.delhieventmanagement.com is the only company in Delhi that has all the entertaining stuff in their team. The artists are well experienced having experience of entertaining people throughout the country. People from faraway places book our Band and have an amazing experience in their events. The most popular orchestra group in Delhi is available here with reasonable prices and packages.

The wedding orchestra band plays music and sings ultimate songs at events that make people feel each and every word of the song. The popular, as well as dance songs, are played by the band in order to make people entertain to the moon. Our main aim is to provide quality services and to fulfil these services; we go beyond our limitations and get the best talent for you from all over the country only to make you and your special one’s event more entertaining and enjoyable. We are offering the best orchestra band for a wedding in Delhi. If you wish to hire us, Do contact us. We are a call away to provide the best services to you.

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Delhi Event Management Music Group have performed vibrantly in Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Bikaner, New Delhi, Gurgaon, Chandigarh, Indore, Bhopal, Ahmedabad, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Siliguri, Guwahati, and Rural Cities of India and in Abroad Cities Dubai, Qatar, Riyadh, UAE, Oman, South Africa, London, Sydney (Australia), Newyork, Washington, Germany Etc. Especially our Rajasthani Folk Dance Troupe & Langa Manganiyar Singers Group have given Many successful shows in many Corporate – Private – Wedding Events.

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Rajasthani orchestra musical party: Rajasthani Folk Music and Dance Number of Artists: 12
Artist details:
01 – Tabla
01 – Lead singer with harmonium
01 – Khartal
02 – Chorus Singer
01 – Sarangi
01 – Morchung
01 – Bhapang
01 – Kalbeliya Dancer
01 – Bhavai Dancer
02 – Ghumar Dancer
Suitable for:
Cultural Events, Wedding Occasion, Marriage Anniversary Celebration, Corporate Events

Rajasthan Has Artistic And Cultural Traditions Which Reflect The Ancient Indian Way Of Life. Delhi Event Management Music Group, Is Presenting This Culture To The World From Last 19 Years.
Delhi Event Management Music Group- Rajasthani folk Music Group
With the true Rajasthani Folk music in our blood and breath we the Delhi Event Management music group take it to the different parts of the world. Delhi Event Management music is formed by prominent folk and Sufi singer Bundu Khan Khandela and headquartered in DELHI INDIA.

Our objective is to bring you the blissful Rajasthani folk music with different colours of emotions. Our folk music originates from the love that we have on our land.

Rajasthan is the land of rich traditions and artistic culture which is expressed in our music, songs, and dance. We not only perform songs and light music but also perform traditional Rajasthani dance styles at Delhi, Vasant Vihar, Delhi Cantonment, Chanakyapuri, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Narela, Alipur, Model Town, North Delhi, Saraswati Vihar, Rohini, Kanjhawala, North West Delhi, Rajouri Garden, Punjabi Bagh, Patel Nagar, Rajouri Garden, West Delhi, Kapashera, Najafgarh, Dwarka, South West Delhi, Mehrauli, Hauz Khas, Saket Saket, South Delhi, Sarita Vihar, Kalkaji, Defence Colony, South East Delhi, Karol Bagh, Civil Lines, Kotwali, Daryaganj, Central Delhi, Karawal Nagar, Yamuna Vihar, Seelampur, Nand Nagri, North East Delhi, Vivek Vihar, Seemapuri, Shahdara, East Delhi, Preet Vihar, Gandhi Nagar, Preet Vihar, Mayur Vihar, Pataudi, Beri, Meerut, Sonipat, Jhajjar, Alwar, Karnal, Bulandshahr, Panipat, Rohtak, Modinagar, Panipat, Gohana, Bhiwani, Meerut, Bhiwani, Palwal, Rewari, Bulandshahar, Khurj, Hapur, Hisar, Hansi, Kaithal, Deoband, Shamli, Bahadurgarh, Deoband, Kaithal, Muzaffarnagar.

Bringing the purest form of Rajasthani folk Ragas and Rhythms in the traditional Rajasthani folk instruments we make soul-stirring music. We are skilled in Sufi music, Jaipur Gharana, classical, Jugalbadi and Langa/Magniyar.

Our performance also includes Bollywood songs to entertain people from different walks of life. Having travelled to various countries across the world we take pleasure in introducing our group as an international music group. Having travelled to various countries across the world we take pleasure in introducing our group as the best group of Rajasthan.


Sitar is of the most popular music instruments of North India. The Sitar has a long neck with twenty metal frets and six to seven main cords. Below the frets of Sitar are thirteen sympathetic strings which are tuned to the notes of the Raga. A gourd, which acts as a resonator for the strings is at the lower end of the neck of the Sitar. The frets are moved up and down to adjust the notes. Some famous Sitar players are Ustad Vilayat Khan, Pt. Ravishankar, Ustad Imrat Khan, Ustad Abdul Halim Zaffar Khan, Ustad Rais Khan and Pt Debu Chowdhury.


Sarod has a small wooden body covered with skin and a fingerboard that is covered with steel. Sarod does not have a free and has twenty-five strings of which fifteen are sympathetic strings. A metal gourd acts as a resonator. The strings are plucked with a triangular plectrum. Some notable exponents of Sarod are Ustad Ali Akbar Khan, Ustad Amjad Ali Khan, Pt. Buddhadev Das Gupta, Zarin Daruwalla and Brij Narayan.


Sarangi is one of the most popular and oldest bowed instruments in India. The body of Sarangi is hollow and made of teak wood adorned with ivory inlays. Sarangi has forty strings of which thirty-seven are sympathetic. The Sarangi is held in a vertical position and played with a bow. To play the Sarangi one has to press the fingernails of the left hand against the strings. Famous Sarangi maestros are Rehman Bakhs, Pt Ram Narayan, Ghulam Sabir and Ustad Sultan Khan.


The flute is a simple cylindrical tube of the uniform bore and associated with Indian music since time immemorial. Flutes vary in size. The flute is held horizontally and is inclined downwards when it is played. To produce sound or melody one has to cover the finger holes with the fingers of the left and right hand. Variations in pitch are produced by altering the effective length of the air column. Notable flute exponents are Pt Pannalal Ghosh and Pt Hari Prashad Chaurasia.


Shehnai is a traditional musical instrument, associated with auspicious occasions like marriages and temple processions. Shehnai is a double-reed instrument with a tapering bore which progressively increases towards the lower side. The Shehnai has finger-holes to produce semi, quarter and micro-tones. Ustad Bismillah Khan is the unrivalled maestro of the Shehnai.


The most popular musical instrument used in North India is the Tabla. The Tabla consists of a pair of drums- the Tabla and the Bayan. The Tabla is made of wood and whereas its head is made of stretched animal skin. Finer tuning of Tabla is done by striking the rim of the Tabla with a small hammer. The Bayan is the bass drum and is usually made of metal with a stretched skinhead. Both drums have a black spot in the centre made of manganese or iron dust.


It is believed that the Tabla was derived from Pakhawaj. Pakhawaj usually accompanies the Dhrupad style of singing. Pakhawaj is a barrel-shaped drum with two heads which are made of layers of skin. The heads of Pakhawaj are expanded by leather straps which run along the sides of the body over small cylindrical wooden blocks that are used for tuning.


The harmonium is a traditional and popular musical instrument of India. The harmonium has a keyboard of over two and one-half octaves and works on a system of bellows. The keyboard is played with the right hand while the left hand is used to operate the bellows. Harmonium is more popular in North India than in the South.


Jaltarangam consists of a set of eighteen porcelain cups of varying sizes. The cups are arranged in a semi-circle before the performer, in decreasing order of size. The largest cup is to the left of the performer whereas the smallest to his right. Water is poured into the cups and the pitch is changed by adjusting the amount of water in the cup. The cups are struck with two thin bamboo sticks.


The mridangam is one of the most popular classical instruments of South India. Mridangam accompanies vocal, instrumental and dance performances. The present-day mridangam is made of a single block of wood. It is a barrel-shaped double-headed drum, the right head being smaller than the left. The two heads are made of layers of skin. The mridangam is played with hands, palms and fingers.


Ghatam is one oldest percussion instruments of South India. The Ghatam is a mud pan with a narrow mouth. From its mouth, it slopes outwards to form a ridge. Ghatam is made mainly of clay baked with brass or copper filings with a small number of iron filings. The Ghatam produces fast rhythmic patterns. Ghatam is generally a secondary percussion instrument accompanying mridangam.