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A rare instrument almost on the verge of extinction, the veena symbolizes Indian ethos and has sociological and cultural connotations. In ancient India, the term veena was used in a generic sense, referring to a stringed instrument. In the Vedic period, the skill and construction of the veena in India was highly developed. In the Natya Shastra, Bharat has given elaborate descriptions of stringed instruments. He speaks of three types of veenas mukhya or main, anga or secondary and pratyanga or subsidiary.more ..


    

   
Name of Artiste Gharana Raga Duration (Minutes) Source Audio Clip Add to My Music
Mohi Bahauddin Dagar Dagar Yaman, Gat 13.33 ITC-SRA
Zia Mohiuddin Khan Dagar Dagar Panchamkauns 14.32 Raga Records,NY,US
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