Rajasthan has a different anthology of performer castes, including langas, sapera, bhopa, jogi and Manganiar. There are two long-established classes of musicians: the Langas, who immovable mostly solely to Muslim audiences and styles, and the Manganiars, who had a extra open-minded loom.
Traditional song includes the women’s Panihari songs, which lyrically describe chores, particularly centered around water and wells, both of which are an vital part of Rajasthan’s desert culture. Other songs, played by different castes, usually begin with the alap, which sets the melody and is followed by a presentation of a couplet (dooba). Classic ballads tell of heroes be fond of Tejaji, Ramdeoji, Devnarayan Bhagwan, Pabuji and Gogaji. The celebration of changing seasons is also focused to folk music of Rajasthan. Festivity for the Monsoons or the reap season is focused most long-established folk songs. Songs also rotate around daily activities of the local people for instance a song about not sowing Jeera (Cummin) as it is difficult to tend. Or for example another song about Podina (Mint) and how it is liked by a variety of members of the family. Every day common themes are the center of long-established rajasthani folk music.One of the most renowned Rajasthani Maand singers is Allah Jilai Bai of the Bikaner Gharana.