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Stringed Musical Instruments



The veena is a classical Indian stringed instrument. It resembles a Western lute, but has a smaller, more spherical body and an extra resonator attached to the neck. It usually has seven strings and 21 frets.It is named after the Hindu goddess Saraswati, who is usually depicted holding or playing the instrument.


A sitar is a plucked string instrument common to Classical Indian music, particularly in the Hindustani (northern Indian) classical traditions. At first glance, the instrument may look like a very long-necked type of guitar. The body, or gourd, is made from a toomba, which is a hollowed out and dried pumpkin.

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A Piano is a musical instrument that operate with the help of a keyboard. It is played by depressing one or more key on the keyboard which cased a hammer to strike a tuned strings.Pressing a key on the piano's keyboard causes a material-covered (often felt) hammer to strike steel strings.

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The guitar is a string instrument of the chordophone family constructed from wood and strung with either nylon or steel strings.The guitar belongs to the chordophone family of instruments, the largest family, and there is plenty to choose from.


The violin is a string instrument, usually with four strings tuned in perfect fifths. It is the smallest, highest-pitched member of the violin family of string instruments, which also includes the viola and cello.


The Santoor is a stringed instrument, indigenous to the Kashmir valley as a folk instrument.Santoor is a very ancient instrument of India. In ancient times it was known as "Shata-tantri-veena", or hundred stringed lute. The Santoor is made of maple or walnut wood, shaped like a trapezoid, and the strings are steel.

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Tanpura is a drone instrument. It resembles a sitar except it has no frets. It has four strings tuned to the tonic. The word "tanpura" (tanpoora) is common in the north, but in south India it is called "tambura", "thamboora", "thambura", or "tamboora". If tuned well, the vibrations of the (4) separate strings that touch the 'bridge' slightly, create harmonies in the form of higher and higher 'overtones'.

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The sārangi is a bowed, short-necked string instrument of India which originated from Rajasthani folk instruments.The Sarangi is the premier bowed instrument of North Indian music.


The swarmandal or Indian harp is an Indian zither that is today most commonly used as an accompanying instrument for vocal Hindustani Classical music (the classical music of North India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh).


Sarod is a stringed musical instrument of the lute family that is common to the Hindustani music tradition of northern India. The modern classical sarod is about 100 cm (39 inches) long and has a slightly waisted wood body with a skin belly.

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