Sarangi, one of the most underrated classical musical instrument . Sarangi is a bowed, short-necked string instrument from India as well as Nepal and Pakistan which is used in indian classical instrument. The value of this instrument is decreasing day by day because of the craze of western instruments such as Guitar, Piano , Drum etc. In the western part of Nepal it it still used more than any other instrument . It is said resemble the sound of the human voice – able to imitate vocal ornaments such as gamaks (shakes) and meends (sliding movements). It is majorly played in maharastrha .
The sweet sound it produce is so amazing that anyone can just lost in it. In different Indian cultures and cultural program it is still used.
As it is one of the Indian instrument and in way of getting extinct, indian government must do some sort of work to make it more famous in the youth.
Few of things which can be done to protect this instrument to get extinct:
- Mass awareness programs to be conducted in local and urban areas.
- People who are still using this should be motivated.
- Elder should motivate youngsters to learn and play this instruments
- Academic courses should be added for indian classical instruments.