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) are a group of mystic minstrels from Bengal, which includes the country of Bangladesh and the Indian State of West Bengal.

Bauls constitute both a syncretic religious sect and a musical tradition.

Although Bauls comprise only a small fraction of the Bengali population, their influence on the culture of Bengal is considerable.

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Bauls are a very heterogeneous group, with many sects, but their membership mainly consists of Vaishnava Hindus and Sufi Muslims.

They can often be identified by their distinctive clothes and musical instruments. Lalon Fokir is regarded as the most important poet-practitioner of the Baul tradition.

The word Baul has its etymological origin in the Sanskrit word Vātūla ("mad", from vāyu - "air" or "wind") and is used for someone who is possessed or crazy.

Bauls are an extension of the Sahajiya philosophy, which in turn derives from the Nath tradition.

They believe in living the world as a half-sanyasi. Some modern scholars, like Shashibhusan Das Gupta have suggested that it may be derived either from Sanskrit word vatula, which means "enlightened, lashed by the wind to the point of losing one's sanity, god's madcap, detached from the world, and seeker of truth", or from vyakula, which means "restless, agitated" and both of these derivations are consistent with the modern sense of the word, which denotes the inspired people with an ecstatic eagerness for a spiritual life, where a person can realise his union with the eternal beloved – the Moner Manush (the person of the heart).

The origin of Bauls is not known exactly, but the word "Baul" has appeared in Bengali texts as old as the 15th century.

Bauls call the beloved sain (lord), murshid (guide), or guru (preceptor), and it is in his search that they go 'mad'.

There are two classes of Bauls: ascetic Bauls who reject family life and Bauls who live with their families.

Some scholars find traces of these thoughts in the ancient practices of Yoga as well as the Charyapadas, which are Buddhist hymns that are the first known example of written Bengali.

The Bauls themselves attribute their lack of historical records to their reluctance to leave traces behind. Jeanne Openshaw writes that the music of the Bauls appears to have been passed down entirely in oral form until the end of the 19th century, when it was first transcribed by outside observers.

Unlike ascetic Bauls, their rituals are less strict.

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