Musical instruments

   

          Musical instruments have been part of our culture and represent the perfect traditions in our society. The instruments are not only used for practice, but these are also considered to be great masterpieces of art. The state of Andhra Pradesh with its extensive forest cover offers great resources for skilled workers who create beautiful musical instruments. BobbiliVeena enjoys the status of a royal instrument and made from pure jackfruit wood, a full-sized BobbiliVeena, also known as ‘SaraswatiVeena’ is distinguished from the ones made in Thanjavur, Mysore and other places in India. BobbiliVeenas are also known as ‘ekandaveena’ as they are made from one single piece of wood. Sitar, Violin, Mrudangam, Nadaswaram, Tambura, Tabla etc., are also created with the wood of fine quality. These are available in Lepakshi Visakhapatnam.

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