The Sarangi is probably North India’s most beloved ancient instrument, known for its soulful sound that transports the listener to a peaceful state-of-mind. The name ‘Sarangi’ literally means the instrument of ‘one-hundred colours’ (‘sau’ + ‘rang’) and today, this bowed instrument is performed by very few.
On this eveining Ustad Surjeet Singh performed evening Ragas on this compact, yet resounding
instrument. With Tabla accompaniment by Ustad Sukhvinder Singh.
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