Type: SUSHIR VADYA
Bansuri is a wind instrument found in Rajasthan and Bihar. A long wooden cylindrical tube, this instrument is played vertically. Used in folk music and dances. Used by shepherd and cowherd communities of Bihar.
Long wooden cylindrical tube with a break. The other end is open. There is a fipple made just after beak. Six finger holes at the other end in two sets, three each in one set. The flute is played vertically down from one end.
A bamboo tube with a beak shaped blowing hole. Six finger holes and a fipple. Used in folk music and dances. Used by shepherd and cowherd communities of Bihar.