Apart from culture and food, Indian Music has left people around the world swinging their hips and tapping their feet. Be it the aesthetic wonder of Indian classical music or the “filmy” Bollywood music; it exists everywhere, and is constantly changing as we move across regions. While traveling on the local trains you can often find a man forced into a jam-packed standing area of the trains and singing with the voice of a nightingale. Music is not simply a reflection of the culture of India, it is in itself a living & breathing soul that connects millions of poets, people, and even gods alike. Music, as written in the Natya Shastra by Bharat Muni, is integral to the development of theatre and was taught to the apsaras (angelic celestial beings) to spread joy to the gods. The tradition of Bhajans and Sufi evolved as a part of the invocation of Gods while thanks to globalisation more western musical traditions have also become an integral part of the day-to-day music culture.