Dhrupad, the ancient style of Hindustani classical music is a major heritage of Indian culture. The word Dhrupad is derived from two words namely Dhruva (the unwavering evening star that moves through our galaxy) and Pada (poetry). Dhrupad music is a form of devotional music originated from Samveda (chanted with vocal style called 'Chhanda' and 'Prabandha' which led to the emergence of Dhrupad). India is the idyllic place to enjoy vocal performances by some of the famous names of the music fraternity. Indian classical music's famous dhrupad style is the order of the day at this Bhopal Dhrupad Samaroh. Music aficionados from across the world come to the city lured by this Dhrupad Samaroh of Bhopal.
Dhrupad Samaroh is one among the important event in Bhopal, that organizes various musical concerts of notable classical musicians. The vocal performance in the dhrupad style of Indian classical music induces a feeling of peace and reflection to the audience. Classical music lovers from different parts of the world gathered here to take part in Dhrupad Samaroh.
Dhrupad music in Bhopal has a sacred tinge to it. Its main aim is to bring on feelings of peace as well as reflection to the listener. The word Dhrupad is a blend of two words namely DHRUVA and PADA. Dhrupad Samaroh in Bhopal offers the chance to get enchanted by the musical performance of many stalwarts who present several compositions of Dhrupad.