Geet (Song or Lyrical poetry) (hindi:गीत) (urdu:گیت) in Hindi and in Urdu may refer to any poem set to music that can be sung alone or as a duet or in chorus. It has remained popular in all parts of the Indian sub-continent particularly in the Hindi and Urdu speaking areas.
In its classical form a Geet conforms to Prabandha, a composition bound by Dhatu that comprises Sthayi, Antara, Dhrupad etc.; and Anga that comprises swar, taal, pat, birud etc. Therefore, it has a beginning part known as Prabandha which is followed by an Udgraah or Dhruv which is its part that is repeatedly sung and cannot be left out, the ending part is known as Aabhog and that part of the geet which is between Dhruv and Aabhog is called Pada or Antara. Dhrupad, Khyal, Thumri and Ghazals are the accepted forms of Hindustani classical music.
गीत-आधुनिक कवियों द्वारा रचे हुए भावगीत जो शब्द अर्थ प्रधान रहते है लोकगीत के आधार पर अर्थानुकूल गाये जाते है इन्हें ही गीत कहते है