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Svarāj [swaraj]locked

  • Alastair Dick


Long-necked plucked lute, without frets, of Bangladesh. It has four main and five sympathetic strings and a skin soundtable, and is used to accompany Baul song. It is a version of the Bengali and northeast Indian dotārā. The name ought perhaps to be spelled sarāj...

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