The ensemble performs three different types of shows:
In this show, the ensemble performs new as well as old Bhajans and devotional songs from different
parts of India - these include popular Ganesh bhajans like "Jai Ganesh Jai Ganesh Jai Ganesh Devaa"
("जय गणेश जय गणेश जय गणेश देवा") Marathi "Arati"s like "Sukhakarta Dukhaharta" ("सुखकर्ता दुखहर्ता").
This also includes classics like "Payoji Maine Raama Ratan Dhan" ("पायोजी मैंने राम रतन धन पायो" in
Hindi, and "Vaishnava Jan To" "(वैष्णव जन तो)" in Gujrati which was a favorite of Mahatma Gandhi.
and "Abhang" like Johaar Maybaap ("जोहार मायबाप")
India is a diverse country with specific musical forms from the many states of the country. The artists in
the ensemble come from different parts of India like West Bengal, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Gujrat etc.
In this show, the ensemble performs folk music from different parts of India, such as Bhatiyali Dhun from
Bengal, Purbi dhun from Benares, Pahadi dhun from Kashmir and "Lokageet" and Natyasangeet from
Indian Classical and Semi-Classical Music
India has two venerable traditions of classical music - Hindustani music & Carnatic - In this show, the
ensemble performs long and short songs from both the musical traditions as well as some duets or
"jugalbandi" compositions. Additionally, the show includes semi-classical genres such as Thumri, Dadra,
Chaiti, Dhun etc.