Sitar
Sitar is one of the most well known Indian musical instruments. It developped from tritantri veena through tamburas or tanpuras. During the Moghul times Persian lutes were played at the court and from these sitars might have originated. The word sitar itself is comes from the Persian "She-Tar" meaning three strings. Sitar is a stringed instrument with varying number of strings, but generally 6-7 playing strings, having a long neck and a round resonator made of gourd at one end. Sometimes there is an additional smaller resonator at the other end of the neck. Sitar is usually used in north Indian classical music (Hindustani Sangeet). Ravi Shankar is its most famous modern player.

 

 

 

 

 

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