Ruhaniyat has also become a platform to discover rare forms, new talents from all over India and these are then presented in various festivals in different parts of India and beyond.

Over the years Ruhaniyat has featured various forms and artists from all across India.

From North- Kashmir, Uttaranchal, Himachal, Punjab, Delhi

From the West - Rajasthan, Gujarat, Maharashtra

Form East - Assam, Manipur and West Bengal

Form South - Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Kerala

From Central India - Madhya Pradesh & Chhattisgarh

Some of the most enchanting forms have been Sukhnani Ojhapalli, Baithi Dhamal, Bharud, Gondhal, Lal vakh, Jagar, Dhadi Jathha, Shabad, Nirguni Kabirpanthi compositions, folk renditions of the works of Meera Bai & Gorakhnath, Baul songs, Wayee, Jikir Jari, Kapalik Pandvani, Guggapeer Katha, Zikr, Sopanam and of course, Qawwali.

Unfortunately some of these are also near extinction and we are trying our best to hold on to whatever is still within reach.

Ruhaniyat is a flagship festival of Banyan Tree Events (India). The first promotion body of its kind, Banyan Tree has created a robust bridge between the corporate world and performing arts.

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