|An introductory session as part of the course Performing Arts was conducted on Thursday, 1st August 2019 at LH-308 between 4-5pm. The session was convened by Mr Nitin Harsh, Director, Rhythms of Rajasthan; during which, a brief of the various folk art forms of Rajasthan and the associated instruments was presented. During the session Mr Harsh also threw light on his journey from being a science student to becoming an artist in the Rajasthani folklore. Through their website Mr Harsh presented a virtual demonstration of several different musical instruments being used in the Rajasthani folk music; a few to name are Morchang, Sindhi Sarangi, Algoja and Khartaal. An introduction of the classical poetry form of the Rajasthani literature i.e. Dingal was beautifully presented along with different dance forms like Teratali, Bhavai and Kalbelia. Finally, an introduction and demonstration of one of the prominent folklores of the Jodhpur region known as “Pabuji Ki Phad” was presented.