Sarangi, fiddle, and bow. The back, neck and pegbox of the sarangai are carved from a single piece of wood. The membrane is pegged and glued to the resonator. Four large pegs fit into the peg-box. There are currently only two bowed gut strings. Eleven wire sympathetic strings pegged to the side of the neck. Ivory bridge and nut.
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