Indialucia is a music project that combines two fascinating musical styles: Indian music and flamenco. This project was established in 1999 in India, among teachers and students of the Academy of Music in Nagpur. Many great musicians from both continents took part in them. The originator, producer and artistic director is guitarist Michał Czachowski. The result of this musical meeting was the album released in 2005, which gained recognition in Poland and in the world. The album won the Wirtualne Gęśle and Folk Phonogram of the Year awards by Polish Radio for the best album of 2005 and was nominated for the Fryderyki 2006 award in the Album of the Year - Folk / Etno category. In 2007, the album reached the second place of the best World Music albums released in the USA. The music from the album was used as the soundtrack to the Hollywood movie "The Boston Saints II".
The combination of Indian and Spanish Gypsy music may seem exotic, but if we remember that this people came to the Iberian Peninsula from India, we can say that their project is a return to the roots, which can be compared to the first revolutionary meetings of European and Asian musicians in the years 60.