Folk Musical Instrument

Chikara Sarinda Rare Indian Bengali Sarangi Folk Instrument, Sound Of Tragedy


Chikara Sarinda Rare Indian Bengali Sarangi Folk Instrument, Sound Of Tragedy

Chikara Sarinda Rare Indian Bengali Sarangi Folk Instrument, Sound Of Tragedy    Chikara Sarinda Rare Indian Bengali Sarangi Folk Instrument, Sound Of Tragedy
Made from well seasoned Tun wood, skin fitted, with bow and case. The chikara is a bowed stringed musical instrument from Bengal, India used to play indian folk music.

It is used by the tribal people of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh. The chikara is a simple spike fiddle played, similarly to the sarangi or saringda, by sliding fingernails on the strings rather than pressing them to touch the fingerboard. It has 3 strings, two horse hair and one steel, in 3 courses and is tuned C, F, G. Please allow a lead time of 31 days for this custom-made instrument. The item "CHIKARA SARINDA RARE INDIAN BENGALI SARANGI FOLK INSTRUMENT, SOUND OF TRAGEDY" is in sale since Tuesday, July 3, 2018.

This item is in the category "Musical Instruments & Gear\String\Other String Instruments". The seller is "inventive-world" and is located in WE SHIP WORLDWIDE. This item can be shipped worldwide.

  1. Type: Chikara
  2. Brand: Bina
  3. MPN: 166


Chikara Sarinda Rare Indian Bengali Sarangi Folk Instrument, Sound Of Tragedy    Chikara Sarinda Rare Indian Bengali Sarangi Folk Instrument, Sound Of Tragedy