Sector 26 located Peddlers is organising a Qwali night with Chugge Khan in Chandigarh. Chandigarh will be experiencing the folk music of Rajasthan in the amazing voice of Chugge Khan. This would an amazing event where Chandigarh will get to know the Rajasthani folk music from a closer angle.
From Qwali to folk instrumental, Peddlers will be coloured with the traditional colour of Rajasthan on 8th March. Here’s the chance to celebrate the melody of Chugge Khan performing his soulful and soothing Qawalis live in Chandigarh.
Chugge Khan Qawali night at Peddlers
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Date: 8th March 2017.
Time: 8 PM onwards.
Venue: Peddlers, SCO 25 (Basement), Sector 26, Chandigarh.
For reservation: 7851000005
About Chugge Khan
Chugge Khan is the director of a Rajasthan band that was formed in the year 2009. The band has various members, who are the maestro of Manganiyar music and come from Jaisalmer and surrounding villages. They are grounded in the traditions of Manganiyars and Langas that embraces contemporary and traditional styles and fusion with their music. They have performed in many fests across India and collected huge love from everywhere.
Chugge Khan is a bundle of various talent in the band. From vocals to instrumental, he is the best at all. He is a master in Morchang (mouth harp), Khartaal (wooden hand claps), Bhapang (talking drums) and vocals as well.
Attractions of Qwali night with Chugge Khan, Chandigarh
Chugge Khan is all set to bring Rajasthan in Chandigarh with his strong voice and instruments. Rajasthan is considered to be rich in terms of folk music. And the voice of Chugge Khan has such an extraordinary feel, that you will be happy to listen him live in front of you in your own city Chandigarh.
One will also experience the live music and the tactics of the playing of instruments in Rajasthan. It’s time for dhol to meet khartal and boliyan with ghoomar in Chandigarh. It will be more fun when you enjoy Chugge Khan performance with a peg in your hand at peddlers (Sec 26, Chandigarh).