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Veena or vina

Veena:

Cell 1 Cell 2
sarangi wd en mb

hindustani classical music, rajasthani folk sarangi,
sarangi type:
kashmir (saran)
south afghanistan (sarang)

jammu (saranga)
httphttp://web.archive.org/web/20191219134928/sarinda.gif
sarinda wd en jira, is related to and may derive from central asian shamans-fiddle qobuz (kobys?)

widespread:
afghanistan, pakistan and north india (sarinda)

pakistani baluchistan (saroz)
iranian baluchistan (sorud (soruz)) derived from qobuz but more like indian types in use and construction, used for ritual
pakistani sind (surando) sindi and baluchi models have deeper upper bouts than sarinda

rajasthan (surinda) three main strings
Assam (sareja)

bengal (variant long necked svaraj)(belongs to sitar maybe?)

manipur north-east india (sananta)

east & north india (banam)
nepal (sarangi)
http://web.archive.org/web/*/https://digitalstamp.suppa.jp/musical_instruments_s/sarinda.gif
nepali sarangi wd en MB!(?)
type of lute, evolved from the <strikeout>rabab</strikeout> includes this and the
http://web.archive.org/web/*/https://digitalstamp.suppa.jp/musical_instruments_s/sarangi_nepal.gif
ghaychak wd en mb jira cell 2
in its family evolved from the kobyz wd en jira. (kobyz, ghaychak, sarangi)
http://web.archive.org/web/*/https://digitalstamp.suppa.jp/musical_instruments_k/kobyz.gif
dhodro banam aka Santal lute
east & north india (dhodro banam)
cell 2
Kyl kyyak wd ky en mb! Cell 2
Cell 1 Cell 2
sitar wd en mb

hindustani sitar seems to have more in common with large uzbek dutar wd en mb than persian setar wd en mb
sitar and souther tambura wd en MB! (how relates to drone tanbura? wd en mb) to be evolved from the dutar?
also Sarasvati vina from this?
sitar has frets, tambura not
terms "fretted and unfretted tambura" used to distinguish between sitar and fretless drone taMbura

sursotta (transportable drone tambura)

other sitar types: (distribution and related features suggest a common development)
carnatic sitar
kashmiri setar
afghan tanbur
gujarati sittarae(poss)

modern:
most common: Hindustani concert sitar aka tarafdar sitar (singel gourd and duble gourd)

has sympathetic strings, this is mostly commonly just called sitar and is the standard made

sada sitar (plain or practice sitar)
kachva sitar muhammad khan developed the surbahar from this, name probably a ref to the part of the gourd its used from.
small sitar (kinnari veena)

carnatic sitar
http://web.archive.org/web/*/https://digitalstamp.suppa.jp/musical_instruments_s/sitar.gif
kachva sitar aka kacchapi vina Cell 2
surbahar wd en mb
effectively a bass sitar. invented c1820 by ghulam muhammad
Cell 2
tanpura aka tambura aka tanpur (etc) http://web.archive.org/web/*/https://saisaibatake.ame-zaiku.com/gakki/imgi/tanpura_ia.gif
saraswati veena http://web.archive.org/web/*/https://graphic.nobody.jp/musical_picture/veena_saraswati.jpg
vichitra veena http://web.archive.org/web/*/https://graphic.nobody.jp/musical_picture/veena_vichitra.jpg
rudra veena http://web.archive.org/web/*/https://graphic.nobody.jp/musical_picture/veena_rudra.jpg
mohan veena http://web.archive.org/web/*/https://saisaibatake.ame-zaiku.com/musical/instruments/mohanveena.jpg
hansa veena
?(novelty)
http://web.archive.org/web/*/https://saisaibatake.ame-zaiku.com/gakki/imgi2/hansa_veena.png
pulluvan veena wd ge mb! http://web.archive.org/web/*/https://saisaibatake.ame-zaiku.com/gakkipedia/img/pulluvan-veena.gif
Cell 1 Cell 2
sarod http://web.archive.org/web/*/https://saisaibatake.ame-zaiku.com/gakki/imgi/sarod_i.gif
Cell 1 Cell 2
rabab Cell 2
Sursingar wd en mb hybrid plucked north indian classical lute invented c1800 by jaffar khan (seniya family)

resonator, front and bridge from sitar, upperpart of neck/pegboard like the rabab, tuned and played like rabab, plectrum like sitar.

(clearly this is a sitar/rabab hybrid)
http://web.archive.org/web/*/https://saisaibatake.ame-zaiku.com/musical/instruments/sursringar_i.jpg
dotara http://web.archive.org/web/*/https://saisaibatake.ame-zaiku.com/gakki/imgi2/dotara_i.gif
svaraj fretless long necked plucked lute from bangladesj, it is a bangl version of the bengali/northindian dotara, it ought to be spelled saraj (see esraj) Cell 2
esraj

a kind of cross between sitar and sarangi, it is a modern variant of dilruba[1]
Ishwari Raj

http://web.archive.org/web/*/https://graphic.nobody.jp/musical_picture/esraj_2.jpg
dilruba

Dilruba is a compacter, mobiler instrument, is based on the heavier Taus[2]
Guru Gobind Singh

http://web.archive.org/web/*/https://digitalstamp.suppa.jp/musical_instruments_d/dilruba.gif
taus http://web.archive.org/web/*/https://digitalstamp.suppa.jp/musical_instruments_t/taus.gif
mayuri-vina
http://web.archive.org/web/*/https://digitalstamp.suppa.jp/musical_instruments_m/mayuri_veena.gif
yazh http://web.archive.org/web/*/https://digitalstamp.suppa.jp/musical_instruments_y/yazh.gif
saung gauk http://web.archive.org/web/*/https://digitalstamp.suppa.jp/musical_instruments_s/saunggauk.gif
Cell 1 Cell 2
Cell 1 Cell 2
dutar http://web.archive.org/web/*/https://graphic.nobody.jp/musical_picture/dutar_2.jpg
setar http://web.archive.org/web/*/https://saisaibatake.ame-zaiku.com/gakki/imgi/setar_i.gif
bin-sitar Cell 2
kamaica Cell 2
ravanhattha http://web.archive.org/web/*/https://graphic.nobody.jp/musical_picture/ravanhatta_2.jpg
khuur (mongolian fiddles) http://web.archive.org/web/*/https://digitalstamp.suppa.jp/musical_instruments_m/morin_khuur.gif
Cell 1 Cell 2




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sara
surs
suba
sita
saro
sari
banam(rebs)


rabab-> sarod


https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/From-Tri-tantri-Veena-to-Sitar/articleshow/21391436.cms and images on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tritantri_vina and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Setar (compare image on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sitar ) makes it clear that it is the setar that is evolved from the tritantri veena - the sitar https://beta.musicbrainz.org/instrument/9290b2c1-97c3-4355-a26f-c6dba89cf8ff/ an unrelated (but possible distant cousin) was *named* after the Persian setar.