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Road to Delhi30
ROAD TO DELHI30
By: Jasen Shawn Smith
Catalog ID:527591Duration:0:30Tempo:MediumBPM:120Vocal:Instrumental Genre:Indian Music
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Taste the flavor of India. This is a traditional south-central Asian piece perfect for belly dancing, Strolling through Calcutta, or anything pertaining to India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, or Sri Lanka. Consisting of Spicy Percussion, Mystical Tanpura, Soothing Sarod, Elegant Bansuri and Folksy Dilruba. Keywords: A Mystical and Dynamic Indian Folk Chamber Piece encouraging suggestive and erotic dancing. Also nice for documentaries about South Central Asia.
Price: USD $19.95± Varies based on media, term, territory, etc.
Taste the flavor of India. This is a traditional south-central Asian piece perfect for belly dancing, Strolling through Calcutta, or anything pertaining to India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, or Sri Lanka. Consisting of Spicy Percussion, Mystical Tanpura, Soothing Sarod, Elegant Bansuri and Folksy Dilruba. Instrumental, Indian Music, Bhangra Folk Music
Long Description: Road to Delhi30, Indian Music, Indian Folk, royalty-free stock music, royalty free music and stock music loops
Keywords: Hindustan, Hindustani, Mystifying, Mesmerizing, Seductive, Minimal, In a Trance Riding elephants through steamy Indian jungles, Kicking back at the Taj Mahal, Watching Bihu dancers in Delhi, Burning Incense in a Hindu Temple, Consulting the Village Shaman, Sexy Belly Dancers with veiled faces, Eating in an Indian Restaurant, Dinner Party at the Maharaja’s Palace, Floating down the Ganges River, Still Life in Islamabad, Portraits of Gandhi, Children going to school in Mumbai, Red Dot in the forehead, People wearing Bindis in their foreheads, Hindu Gods and Goddesses, Hindu Rituals, Wedding Music in India, Poverty in the Village, Women wearing Earth Toned Saris and Gagrha Cholis, (Colorful Long Skirts) and Shalwar Kameez (Pants and Long Shirts) Men wearing Turbans, and Sherwanis, (Traditional Male Indian Apparel) People greeting each other in Namaste tradition.