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A sitar is a plucked stringed instrument predominantly used in Hindustani classical music, where it has been ubiquitous since the Middle Ages.

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A mridangam, a South Indian drum vital in Carnatic music ensembles

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A ghungroo, a musical accessory tied to the feet of classical Indian dancers.

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The tabla is a common drum used in classical Indian music. it is essential in Gurbani Keertan, Sikh religious music.

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Viji Kishnan Natarajan, a carnatic violinist in Indian classical music, India

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Shubha Mudgal is a well-known Indian singer of Hindustani classical music, Khayal, Thumri, Dadra, and popular Indian pop music.

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Pandit Vikash Maharaj during Concert in Germany
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Pandit VIkash Maharaj, Sarod Maestro, 14th Generations of Indian Classical Musician from Varanasi India.

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Professor Sanjoy Bandopadhyay is the Chair Professor at the Rabindra Bharati University, in Kolkata, India, and an eminent musician.

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Abdul Wahid Khan (died 1949) with a tampura

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Music Ensemble of Benares, Moers, Germany, 1983

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The Royal Musicians of Hindustan circa 1910: Ali Khan, Inayat Khan, Musheraff Khan and Maheboob Khan

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South Indian (Carnatic) musical performance. From left to right:
—Guruvayur Dorai, mridangam
—Ravi Balasubramanian, ghatam
—Ravikiran, navachitraveena, which is his own invention, basically a hollow-body electric chitraveena played with a teflon (rather than ebony) slide.
—Akkarai S. Subhalakshmi, violin
Photo taken at Interlake High School, Bellevue, Washington, during a performance in the Ragamala series (Greater Seattle).

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Asad Ali Khan plays the rudra veena in February 2009. The rudra veena is a large plucked string instrument used in Hindustani classical music. It is an ancient instrument rarely played today. Its use declined in popularity in part due to the introduction of the surbahar in the early 19th century which allowed sitarists to more easily present the alap sections of slow dhrupad-style ragas.

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