Kora instrumentals are now available on Spotify in India.
The Indian string instrumentists group Kora has released a new album, Instrumental Music, that includes traditional Indian instruments.
The album features 16 instrumentals and is available for free on Spotify.
The instrumentals, which have been recorded by the Kora group, are played by Indian musicians in various languages, including Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu.
These instruments can be found in various different contexts, such as in traditional religious and spiritual contexts, or in pop culture.
Instruments can be used in traditional Hindu worship, while the instruments are also being used in modern music.
The musicians’ instruments are not just played by musicians, but also by performers, in a number of genres.
Instruments are also part of Indian cultural heritage.
Kora’s Instrumental music album, which was released on March 30, 2018, is available to download for free.
The group has already released their first album, Vibhuti, which is available on Amazon for $8.
The band also released a second album, Avanti, in October, 2018.
The Kora musicians’ music is considered as the “spiritual heritage” of India.
Instruments in Indian music have been used by musicians from all walks of life, from traditional religious traditions, to contemporary popular music, to folk music.
Indian string musicians also enjoy popularity in the international music scene.
Instrumentalism in Indian string music has been in the spotlight in recent years due to the popularity of popular Indian folk music artists such as Kavita Krishnamurthy, who has been credited with helping popularize the genre of Indian stringed instruments.
Kavitas musical roots have been traced back to the 19th century, when he studied at the Indian Institute of Music in Lahore.
He became an integral part of the Indian string ensemble and performed in the band, the Kavitas, and later in the Indian String Band Association, the first Indian string band.
Kanna Durga, a member of the Kola group, told NPR in 2017 that “Kora is a very important part of our musical history.”
Durga told NPR that her family has a deep connection with the instrument, and she had performed with it for more than 30 years.
“The instrument has always been there in our lives,” she said.
“There is a lot of history, and it’s a symbol of what we are.”
Dutas family has been performing with Kora since 1992.
She said that when her mother began teaching her to play, her father had been instrumental in encouraging her to pursue a career in the music industry.
Kola has a following in the country and in the world.
In 2017, Kora made a public statement saying, “We are here to represent the music of India and to express our love and support for India’s musicians, who are the pioneers of the instrument.”
Kora is one of several Indian string bands to feature artists from India and abroad.
The other prominent Indian string artists include the Chitrangi, an orchestra composed of Indian violinists and bassists.
Indian classical singer and musician Chitranayan Das, who performs with the Chavitar Orchestra, also performs with Kola.
Dutases daughter, Kavitsa Krishnamuru, also sings in the Chivitar Orchestra.
Koras band has been touring the world since 2016.
They have also collaborated with artists such the Bollywood duo Bollywood Vidaan and Chitras, and the Bhiwansh Chavan.
The Chavitars have released several albums including the 2016 album Chavita.