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In both Hindustani Classical music and folk music, the Sarangi is valued as the only string instrument that comes closest to the human voice. Originating in the northwestern region of India, the Sarangi, a bowed instrument, was initially used for folk and religious music. The Sarangi emerged on the classical scene only in the seventeenth or eighteenth century. This was partly due to the waning popularity of the dhrupad style in the seventeenth century and the gradual advent of the khayal form.more ..


Name of Artiste Gharana Raga Duration (Minutes) Source Audio Clip Add to My Music
Bundu Khan Delhi Malkauns 3.36 ITC-SRA
Bundu Khan Delhi Darbari Kanhada 8.25 ITC-SRA
Bundu Khan Delhi Jaunpuri 7.31 ITC-SRA
Bundu Khan Delhi Shahana Bahar 6.24 ITC-SRA
Bundu Khan Delhi Sampoorna Malkauns 8.24 ITC-SRA
Dhruba Ghosh Delhi Tilak Kamod 11.25 ITC-SRA
Ram Narayan - Mishra Khamaj 13.51 ITC-SRA
Sarwar Hussain - Gorakh Kalyan 14.26 ITC-SRA
Shakoor Khan Kirana Kedar 11.11 ITC-SRA
Sultan Khan - Jog 34.28 ITC-SRA
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