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Oikyotaan - Oikyotaan flac album
  • Performer Oikyotaan
  • Title Oikyotaan
  • Other formats AIFF RA ASF MP2 DTS AHX FLAC
  • Genre World & Folk & Country
  • Size MP3 1379 mb
  • Size FLAC 1899 mb
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Global Music Village. Global Music Village. 8. Mon Tore Parlam Na. Album.

The event is named as "Oikyotaan" which means unity in the vernacular tongue. The main idea of the event was to symbolize the rich cultural heritage that one enjoys in our incredibly diversified nation and also spread the message that we might be different in our ethnicity and cultures but together as one we are united Indians.

All music and arrangements published by Oikyotaan. OTHER MUSIC BY Oikyotaan.

1 Oikyotaan - Kolonkini Radha. Oikyotaan aims at reaching a space where folk and contemporary music complement each other without displacing the essential sound elements and aesthetics of the other. The group comprises of musicians based in Chennai from various musical and cultural backgrounds. Since it's formation over five years ago, Oikyotaan has enthralled audiences with their dynamic live performances at festivals and concerts in India and abroad.

The album was a mix of rooted Tamil folk music with contemporary sounds and textures. During late 2016 Siva started working with Gautham Menon on making songs for Enai Noki Paayum Thota. Siva started his performing career in 2000 with 'Oikyotaan', an experimental Bengali Baul music band led by Bonnie Chakraborty who was also Siva's musical mentor. This experience pretty much shaped up Siva's musical approach and also had a major influence on many of his future projects.

Highlights All Songs. Din Duniyaar Maalik feat.


1 Suno Sanwaria
2 Bhanga Nao
3 Anando Bajare
4 Jhinga Gache Begoon
5 Heinnyo
6 Korimana Kaam Chaarenaa
7 Hridh Majhaare
8 Moner Kotha
9 Din Duniyaar Maalik
10 Kolonkini Radha
11 Kankher Koloshi
12 Nimbbuda
13 Untitled


  • Bass – Paul Jacob
  • Bongos, Shaker, Udu – Januno Dabo
  • Djembe, Dholak, Talking Drum, Dholak [Bass Dholak], Percussion, Instruments [Derbouka], Mridangam – K.V. Balakrishnan
  • Flute – Koyano Tetsuro, Lillianna Goldman
  • Guitar – Donan Murray
  • Instruments [Thavil] – A. Saravanan, R. Vikram
  • Violin [Chemical Violin] – Lazare Reznik
  • Vocals – Raju Das Baul (tracks: 4, 6)
  • Vocals, Instruments [Khomok, Anklebells] – Kartick Das Baul
  • Vocals, Snare, Percussion, Instruments [Khomok] – Biswasjit Bonnie Chakraborty*