FREE E-MAGAZINEFree E-Magazine| FOLLOW USRSS FeedFollow On FacebookFollow on Google+
Largest Free Encyclopedia on India with Lakhs of Articles
Art & Culture
Wind Instruments, Indian Musical Instruments
Wind instruments are those which produce sound by means of air blown through them. Referred to as Sushira Vadya, there are a number of wind instruments are found used in Indian music.
DiscusNow Forum On
Subscribe Free E-Magazine On
More on Wind Instruments, Indian Musical Instruments   (27)
Harmonium  (9)
Bansuri  (1)
Shehnai  (1)
E-mail this Article | Post a Comment
More Articles in Indian Musical Instruments  (144)
Recently Updated Articles in Indian Music
 Pandit Tulsidas Borkar
Pandit Tulsidas Borkar is an esteemed Indian classical musician and leading exponent of the Harmonium. He is revered as one of the most outstanding musicians of the country and a performer, composer and Guru par excellence.
 M. Venkatesh Kumar
Pandit M. Venkatesh Kumar is a renowned Indian Hindustani classical vocalist known for his robust and vibrant classical singing style and singing devotional songs.
 Girija Devi
Girija Devi has contributed greatly to enrich the Thumri genre of Indian classical music. She is known as "Queen of Thumri". This eminent classical vocalist has been honoured with Padma Shri and Padma Bhushan for her contributions to the Indian music. In the year 2016, she was awarded Padma Bibhusan from Government of India.
Dotara is an important string instrument popular particularly in Bengali folk music. It is conventionally of two types - four-stringed and two-stringed.
Sursingar is a musical string instrument from India, extinct today having similarities with the present day Sarod.
Topics:   Art & Culture   |   Entertainment   |   Health   |   Reference   |   Sports   |   Society   |   Travel
Forum:   Post Topic   |   Search Forum   |   SubScribe To Forum   |   About Forum   |   Forum Rules
Login   |   Register   |   Contact Us   |   Site Map
Others :
Follow Us : RSS Feed Follow On Facebook Follow on Google+
FREE E-MAGAZINE Free e-magazine
Copyright © 2008 Jupiter Infomedia Ltd. All rights reserved including the right to reproduce the contents in whole or in part in any form or medium without the express written permission of Jupiter Infomedia Ltd.