Tejano songs are relaxing, relaxing music that is played during times of stress, according to the Tejana Foundation.
The foundation, which is dedicated to strengthening cultural ties between Tejane Indians and Tejanes of all backgrounds, said in a statement that the Tejanese music has been popular in the area for centuries.
The Tejanos have a strong connection to the tejanes and the Tejas of the southern coast, which are the primary beneficiaries of Tejanas’ presence in the state, the statement said.
The songs, which have a rich, indigenous history, are played at festivals and weddings to welcome the arrival of guests and to comfort those who are struggling during their stay in the country, the foundation said.
While there is little data available on the size of the community, a 2009 survey conducted by the Teja Foundation found that the number of Tejas living in Tejani-dominated areas in the central state of Andhra Pradesh is estimated at 1,500.
Tejas are also believed to be a minority in the region.