"Chikara" Tribal Folk Musical instrument of Rajasthan. For Musicians, Ethnology music Institutions, Art Collectors and Museums. 3 Main Gut Strings, Synthetic Hair Bow, Metal Sympathetic Strings. Length: 25 inches Width: 6 inches Depth: 4 inches.Our endeavor is to Support. Protect and Promote the art of tribal instrument making. We appeal for your contribution.
Is said to be one of the rarest known tribal folk string instruments of Rajasthan and is rare to find now-a-days. This instrument closely resembles the sarangi.
It is about two feet long, and its bottom is roundish like israj. The upper part is left open and a small part of body is covered with a parchment. It has three cat-gut strings which produce notes of S, M, P.
The upper ends of the strings are tied up to the pegs and lower ends to the hook below. It is played with a bow. The instrument itself is made by the tribal people. Is about 25 inches long, 6 inches wide, and 4 inches thick.
The tribe of Rajasthan province of India are known as Jogis and Naaths. Dimention: Length: 25 inches Width: 6 inches Depth: 4 inches.
This item is in the category "Musical Instruments & Gear\String\Other String Instruments". The seller is "nad-sadhna" and is located in this country: IN.
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