Sangeetagya Set 1/2 (Manjeera Swarandhara Sumarali)

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Music is an integral part of Indian culture and is as old as mankind. The evolution of music can be traced back to sacred literature, where the foundational elements of Indian classical music were established. Instruments used in Indian classical music, such as the Manjeera, Swarandhara, Sumurali, Tabla, Mridangam, and Sarangi, have been pivotal in creating the rich tapestry of sounds that define the genre. These instruments are not merely tools for producing music but are considered extensions of the musicians themselves, embodying centuries of tradition, spirituality, and artistic expression.

Kashi, also known as Varanasi, is renowned for its ancient craft of wooden lacquerware, a tradition that has been meticulously preserved and passed down through generations. The artisans of Kashi create these exquisite designs using the natural veins of the wood, ensuring that each piece is unique and has minimal joints to maintain its structural integrity and aesthetic appeal. This craft is not only a source of livelihood for the artisans but also a means of preserving their cultural heritage. The handcrafted musical instruments, including the Tabla, Mridangam, and Sarangi in Kashi, Uttar Pradesh, are a testament to this enduring legacy. Each instrument is crafted with precision and care, reflecting the deep connection between the artisans and their craft. These Vadhya Yantras are more than just musical instruments; they are symbols of the rich cultural heritage and artistic excellence of Kashi.

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Sangeetagya Set 1/2 (Manjeera Swarandhara Sumarali)

599.00
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