Violin is one of the most widely played instruments in Indian music. It was introduced in India around 1790, and was adopted to Carnatic music by Sri Baluswamy Dikshitar, brother of Sri Mutthuswamy Dikshitar. It is a string instrument played with a bow, by sitting cross-legged on the floor. Three main parts of this instrument include – The main box, fingerboard, peg box. The tail of the instrument is placed on the right ankle and the bowing is done with the right hand. It has over the years, become the main accompanying instrument in Carnatic concerts due to its mellifluously intricate gamakas. The techniques of bowing vary in every school of teaching.
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