Narsiṅgā, serpentine horn of cast brass, with fixed joints. Scalloped rim around the bell. Four large rings encircle sections of the tube, with two narrower rings above the bell and Integral mouthpiece. A small ring projects from the side of the bell, probably for a carrying strap. The incised inscription on the bell is not in a Nepalese script.
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