Along with better connectivity, massive free music downloading and streaming have reached the Himalayan ranges of the Garhwal region North India in the s. It has been a game changer for the creation, circulation and consumption practices of Garhwali music, a repertoire sung in the local dialect. MP3s and MP4s are gradually replacing DVDs and CDs on the market, and the economic scenario is comparable to that of national creative industries: a more scattered distribution of content and profits, a tougher competition for visibility. In such online distribution channels, visibility is the key value and the law is not always the reference for authority or authorship. The situation is dire for most local artists and producers, but strategies are being experimented to take advantage of this new environment.
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Folk music of Uttarakhand refers to the traditional and contemporary songs of Kumaon and Garhwal regions in the foothills of Himalayas. This music has its root in the lap of nature and the hilly terrain of the region. The folks songs of Uttarakhand are a reflection of the cultural heritage and the way people live their lives in the Himalayas. Common themes in the folk music of Uttarakhand are the beauty of nature, various seasons, festivals, religious traditions, cultural practices, folk stories, historical characters, the bravery of ancestors and love ballads. Traditional musical instruments used in Uttarakhandi music include the dhol damau , turri, ransingha , dholki , daur, thali, bhankora and mashakbaja. Tabla and harmonium are also sometimes used, especially in recorded folk music from the s onwards. In recent years, Uttarakhandi folk songs have undergone transformation. Modern themes include geo-political issues affecting the region, humour, and nostalgia for the hills by the diaspora.
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It is primarily spoken by over 2. Garhwali has a number of regional dialects and it is most closely related to the Kumaoni language spoken to the east. It is written using the Devanagari script. Garhwali is not an endangered language Ethnologue lists it as "vigorous" , it is nonetheless designated as "vulnerable" in UNESCO's Atlas of the World's Languages in Danger , which indicates that the language requires consistent conservation efforts. Almost all people who can speak and understand Garhwali can also speak and understand Hindi , but the opposite may not be true. According to various estimates, there are at least 2. It is difficult to estimate the exact number of Garhwali speakers, as different agencies give different accounts of this number. According to the Census of Languages in India, there were 22,67, Garhwali language speakers, while Ethnologue gave a much larger figure of 29,20, Garhwali language speakers in a report. In the middle period of the course of development of Indo-Aryan languages , there were many prakrit. Of these, the "Khas Prakrit" is believed to be the source of Garhwali   .
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