Horn ranasringa (narsinga) in two sections, with the three components of the distal end of the instrument, consisting of the concave disc-shaped mouthpiece, brass conical interior bore section, and outer cover. With copper sheet and thirty ball bearings for rattling elements.
Lip-activated, trilled between one note and the note a tone above. The instrument is played standing. It accompanies the procession of the Guru Granth Sahib (the holy book of the Sikhs) in the Golden Temple when it is taken from the room where it is stored every morning and evening. Most of the narsingas made by the firm are ordered by the dera sadhus.