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MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: Serongagandi decorated bamboo tube, closed by a node at both ends. Two strings cut free and lifted by bamboo sticks and connected by a wooden bridge (or 'platform'). The bridge is situated over a hole which makes the tube a resonator.

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: Serongagandi decorated bamboo tube, closed by a node at both ends. Two strings cut free and lifted by bamboo sticks and connected by a wooden bridge (or 'platform'). The bridge is situated over a hole which makes the tube a resonator.

Kapka Ma  This is another bamboo instrument used for chasing wild animals and birds away from crops. There are two types of kapka ma used in lower Kheng. The first is made of several poles of full length bamboo, about 18 to 20 feet long, that have been further hollowed out. The poles are hung from a cane rope, which is pulled from the distance of a half kilometer. Several kapkama are erected in different parts of the field to cover all directions.

Kapka Ma This is another bamboo instrument used for chasing wild animals and birds away from crops. There are two types of kapka ma used in lower Kheng. The first is made of several poles of full length bamboo, about 18 to 20 feet long, that have been further hollowed out. The poles are hung from a cane rope, which is pulled from the distance of a half kilometer. Several kapkama are erected in different parts of the field to cover all directions.

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: Rawanhattha - Said to be one of the oldest known string instruments, it is rare to find it now-a-days. Made of a long piece of bamboo set into a dry coconut, it has one main playing string and many others for a drone. It is played with a bow and is still popular in Rajasthan, especially with the Bhopa community.

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: Rawanhattha - Said to be one of the oldest known string instruments, it is rare to find it now-a-days. Made of a long piece of bamboo set into a dry coconut, it has one main playing string and many others for a drone. It is played with a bow and is still popular in Rajasthan, especially with the Bhopa community.