Forms of East Indian folk music speak volumes about the richness in the music field of eastern part of the country. Folk-music is known to be based primarily on the dialect of the people. In other words, it is an expression necessitated to communicate ideas through the use of everyday language. Folk-songs generally maintain a natural contrast with the general language of composition. In geographically restricted areas, local words, crude and raucous expressions, occur normally. Chaste words, even if used, are converted into local phonetic characters.

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Forms of East Indian folk music are of various types and each possesses some of the unique features