Flute-Player at Sunrise, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India. via http://polywopus.tumblr.com/

Flute-Player at Sunrise, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India. via http://polywopus.tumblr.com/

Bansuri is among the most ancient musical instruments of India. The Bansuri (Bans for Bamboo+Sur for musical note) is a North Indian side flute made of a single length of bamboo and has six open finger holes. The chosen instrument of Lord Krishna, Bansuri is one of the oldest musical instruments of India. It is mentioned in the Vedas and is depicted in ancient Buddhist and Hindu art.

Bansuri is among the most ancient musical instruments of India. The Bansuri (Bans for Bamboo+Sur for musical note) is a North Indian side flute made of a single length of bamboo and has six open finger holes. The chosen instrument of Lord Krishna, Bansuri is one of the oldest musical instruments of India. It is mentioned in the Vedas and is depicted in ancient Buddhist and Hindu art.

Bansuri is among the most ancient musical instruments of India. The Bansuri (Bans for Bamboo+Sur for musical note) is a North Indian side flute made of a single length of bamboo and has six open finger holes. The chosen instrument of Lord Krishna, Bansuri is one of the oldest musical instruments of India. It is mentioned in the Vedas and is depicted in ancient Buddhist and Hindu art.❤️☀️

Bansuri is among the most ancient musical instruments of India. The Bansuri (Bans for Bamboo+Sur for musical note) is a North Indian side flute made of a single length of bamboo and has six open finger holes. The chosen instrument of Lord Krishna, Bansuri is one of the oldest musical instruments of India. It is mentioned in the Vedas and is depicted in ancient Buddhist and Hindu art.❤️☀️

Bansuri flute in India Bansuri is perhaps the oldest musical instrument of India; it is a side-blown flute made of natural bamboo or reed with six or seven-holes. The bansuri is associated with the Hindu God, Krishna, who is often depicted playing it. Bansuri is mentioned in the Vedas and is also depicted in the ancient Buddhist art. Harsh Wardhan is a world renowned artist and bansuri maker. He makes flutes for all the great flautists, as well as the upcoming students of this art.

Bansuri flute in India Bansuri is perhaps the oldest musical instrument of India; it is a side-blown flute made of natural bamboo or reed with six or seven-holes. The bansuri is associated with the Hindu God, Krishna, who is often depicted playing it. Bansuri is mentioned in the Vedas and is also depicted in the ancient Buddhist art. Harsh Wardhan is a world renowned artist and bansuri maker. He makes flutes for all the great flautists, as well as the upcoming students of this art.

Bansuri Bamboo Flute Transverse Type- Indian Musical Instrument for Professional #ShalinIndia

Bansuri Bamboo Flute Transverse Type- Indian Musical Instrument for Professional

Bansuri Bamboo Flute Transverse Type- Indian Musical Instrument for Professional #ShalinIndia


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Bansuri is among the most ancient musical instruments of India. The Bansuri (Bans for Bamboo+Sur for musical note) is a North Indian side flute made of a single length of bamboo and has six open finger holes. The chosen instrument of Lord Krishna, Bansuri is one of the oldest musical instruments of India. It is mentioned in the Vedas and is depicted in ancient Buddhist and Hindu art.

Bansuri is among the most ancient musical instruments of India. The Bansuri (Bans for Bamboo+Sur for musical note) is a North Indian side flute made of a single length of bamboo and has six open finger holes. The chosen instrument of Lord Krishna, Bansuri is one of the oldest musical instruments of India. It is mentioned in the Vedas and is depicted in ancient Buddhist and Hindu art.

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