Performing for more than three decades, the Barmer Brothers are a group of Rajasthani folk artists whose art form has been passed down from generation to generation.
They have represented Rajasthan in international cultural events and are held in high regard in both the Indian and international circuit.
The group is led by the dynamic Raj Mehboob. Coming from a family of musicians, it was obvious that he would be making a living in music. But living and breathing music have made him chart his own path in preserving and growing his beloved art form.
Few of the dance forms and instruments by the groups are Chari dance, Kalbelia dance, Bhavai dance, Ghoomar dance, Terah Taal, Kachi Gori, etc.
- 2005 New Delhi Folk Festival – By Government of India
- 2005 Hukuman Singh Kanchawaha Award
- 2006 Barmer District Collector Award
- 2015 Saras Award by Punjab Cultural Minister
They are an epitome of how broadening your vision along with deepening your roots can create something modern yet relevant. Barmer Brothers are committed to using thei traditional attire, instruments and almost everything that is close to their Rajasthani roots. The beauty of this troop is their naturalness and that in turn, ends up being their identity.
What they bring to the table is a unique entertaining experience that is culturally enriching.