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Mizoram

Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World Volume V : Locations: Asia and Oceania

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...Population: 891,058 (2001)Mizoram is a state in the southern tip of northeast India; Aizawl is its capital. During British rule the region was known as Lushai Hills, and was included in the Assam administration. In post-Independence India...

Srinagar

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...Population: 894,940 (2001)Srinagar, in Kashmir, is the capital of the Jammu and Kashmir State, which consists of different ethnic, linguistic, and religious groups. The three broad regions of the State are Jammu, which has a Hindu majority,...

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Lucknow

Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World Volume V : Locations: Asia and Oceania

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...Population: 2,000,000 (2002) Lucknow is the capital of India’s most populous state, uttar Pradesh. It is in many ways an ordinary city where, as with most Indian conurbations, one can hear strains of Bollywood hits...
...Without any formal training in singing, Kishore Kumar rose to the top of India’s film industry as a playback singer, actor, composer, director, and screenwriter. He was born into a wealthy family in the former British India’s Central...

Jammu

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...Population: City – 378,431 (2001) Jammu is the capital city of the Jammu region of the Jammu and Kashmir State.The main language of the region is Dogari, but a large number of Kashmiri-speaking refugees settled here in the 1990s...

Uttar Pradesh

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...Population: 166,100,000 (2001) Uttar Pradesh is India’s most populous state, with approximately 79 percent of its 166.1 million residents living in rural areas. Popular musics performed in the Hindi dialects of Bhojpuri, Braj...

Punjab

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...‘Punjab,’ aside from denoting states in India and Pakistan, refers to the corresponding geographic region where the Punjabi language, in its ‘standard’ or dialect forms, dominates. Traditionally populated by Hindus, Muslims and Sikhs...

Kashmir

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...Population: 5,000,000 (2001) Although the Jammu and Kashmir State is divided between India and Pakistan, the valley of Kashmir (which is seven percent of the area of the undivided state), the region where the Kashmiri language...
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...The Indian playback singer Lata Mangeshkar has lent her voice to over 1,000 films and sung in over thirty-six languages. Born in the state of Indore in 1929, Mangeshkar’s family belonged to the Gomantak Maratha Samaj community and her...