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I swapped out Image:Sarangi.jpg because it was unverified. I think it is a good pic so if/when it is verified please readd it. This link is Broken 06:09, 5 Jun 2005 (UTC)

I added some more specific (insider's) information about this wonderful instrument. I feel a detailed photo of the instrument being played might be in order? I'll look into that.. , 15-02-2006

Can anyone add bigger and more close up picture of a Sarangi? Aaniyo 07:55, 11 August 2006 (UTC)this is coolReply[reply]

Diatonic and chromatic[edit]

The article uses the terms "diatonic" and "chromatic" without adequate explanation. These terms are the cause of serious uncertainties at several Wikipedia articles, and in the broader literature. Some of us thought that both terms needed special coverage, so we started up a new article: Diatonic and chromatic. Why not have a look, and join the discussion? Be ready to have comfortable assumptions challenged! In fact there is specific discussion of this article in the talk page, right here. – Noetica♬♩Talk 08:21, 6 April 2007 (UTC) In the external links there is a "sarangi video" that contains a rogue security virus. Please remove it....... —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 17:02, 28 March 2010 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Nepali sarangi is a different instrument[edit]

Nepal is mentioned in the lead paragraph, but the Nepali sarangi is a completely different instrument and has its own Wikipedia article. If any other countries should be mentioned in the lead paragraph, they would be Pakistan and Bangladesh where the actual Indian sarangi is probably used to a greater extent. (talk) 16:56, 11 September 2016 (UTC)Reply[reply]