seni rebab (Medieval Indian evolution of the Afghan (kabuli) rabab)
~ String instrument
Larger, with a longer neck than the kabuli rabab, it has a hide covered soundbox and wooden fingerboard with mostly gut strings, it was developed during medieval times by Tansen, who improved it and gave it metal sympathetic strings.
|derivations and has hybrids:||sursingar (19th century large North-Indian dhrupad bass-sarod)|
|derived from:||kabuli rabab (Ancient Afghan plucked lute member of the bowed rebab family)|