Play Indian music in flights and airports
Play Indian music in flights and airports

Ministry of Civil Aviation has encouraged Indian airlines and airports to play Indian music in their flights and terminals in the country. The Indian Council of Cultural Relations (ICCR) has requested Indian music be played on flights operated by Indian carriers, according to India’s aviation minister Jyotiraditya Scindia.

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Airline and airport officials were informed by the Aviation Ministry that most of the music played by airlines represents the country in which they fly. The music on American airlines might be Jazz, while Mozart would be on Austrian airlines and Arab music would be on Middle Eastern carriers.

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Indian music is rarely played on domestic flights, however. The ministry noted in the letter that “our music has a rich heritage and culture, and it is one of the many reasons that every Indian can be truly proud of it.”

An article claims that Indian music includes a variety of genres in different varieties and forms, such as classical, folk, light vocals, and instrumentals.

Several millennia have passed since India’s history began, and it has developed in various regions across its subcontinent.

Indian social and religious life is heavily influenced by music. As a result, the aviation ministry requested that Indian music be played in aircraft operated by local airlines.

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