Indian Classical Instruments
Indian classical music is a wonder. The traditional Indian classical music is of two types – Hindustani and Karnatic music. And what’s music without instruments?
Let’s take a look at some of these instruments.
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1. QuestionA frame drum of South India consists of a skin (usually iguana) stretched and pasted on a circular wooden frame.Which instrument is this?CorrectIncorrect
This name of which instrument is the Sandhi or union of the two Sanskrit words mŗt (clay or earth) and anga (limb), as early versions of it was made of hardened clay. Which instrument?CorrectIncorrect
Also called the Been, which wind instrument is played by snake charmers on the Indian subcontinent?CorrectIncorrect