Sarangi is a very common Nepalese musical instrument. It is carved in a single piece of wood and the neck is fretless and the bridge is seated on a skin stretched over the body of the instrument.
The Sarangis has 3 strings. They are played with a bow (different from the violin bow, the tension is convex and adaptative) held in the right hand.Sarangi is played solo and/or often accompanies singers The shape of the sarangi is some what like violin.
Size: 54 cm long, 20 cm wide