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Copy of Dilruba, Sarangi, Sarod, Sitar & Tanpura

Call us today to book and hire the string instrument for your next performance, practice session, or special event. 


  • Engineered from finest quality treated, seasoned Toon wood
  • The best quality treated natural skin parchment fixed to achieve best nuance of Dilruba resonances
  • The Best quality Steel Bronze and Brass strings are strung
  • JAS England brand premium quality Bow, Good quality English Rosin and Hardcase comes with it



  • Engineered from finest quality treated, seasoned Toon wood
  • The best quality treated natural skin parchment fixed to achieve best nuance of Sarangi resonances
  • Superlative quality polished Sa & Pa JAS England brand gut strings are strung
  • Sympathetic strings are fine Quality English Steel.



  • The Sarod is a stringed musical instrument, used mainly in Indian classical music.
  • Along with the Sitar, it is the most popular and prominent instrument in Hindustani (Northern Indian) classical music.
  • The sarod is known for a deep, weighty, introspective sound (contrast with the sweet, overtone-rich texture of the Sitar) with sympathetic strings that give it a resonant, reverberant quality. 



  • This is a Ravi Shankar Style Sitar.
  • It has seven main Pegs and 13 small pegs for sympathetic (Tarab) strings.
  • Hand-carved natural bone Main and Tarab (sympathetic) bridge.
  • Steel strings are German made and Bronze and Brass strings are English-made.
  • The main pegs are fitted precisely into the taper reamer holes on the headstock.
  • The frets are made of German Silver wire and the intonation of the frets is appropriately placed.
  • There are finely hand engraved flowers on the edges of the main pillar and a leaf-carved design on the main gourd which makes the visual of this sitar beautiful.
  • The body of the Sitar is made of well-seasoned high-quality toon wood (Red Cider) holding a well-seasoned dried natural pumpkin gourd/Tumba/resonator.



  • Tanpura Deluxe Model - Gents/Ladies - (Miraj)
  • TheTanpura is called as the Tambura
    (Devanagari: तम्पूरा) is along necked
    plucked lute, tumba made with a dried Gourd.
  • It has four or five (rarely, six) wirestrings,
    which are plucked one after another in
    a regular pattern to create aharmonic
    resonance on the basic note Standard
    tunning of the Tanpura is PA sa sa SA
    means if you want to tune yourTanpura
    on 'Bb' note, then 1st string 'F 'lower 2nd
    string 'Bb'natural, 3rd string 'Bb' natural 4th string 'Bb' lower.