Hindustani classical sarangi. Four pegs for gut bowed strings. Twenty-two sympathetic strings of metal pegged from the side of the neck. The strings run through holes in a length of wood which is attached as an extension to the side of the neck. Twelve sympathetic strings of metal pegged from the front of a box, which is an extension surmounting the peg-box.
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