This is a weblog…

It is a casual magazine about sitar making, India and I.

This means that I try to contribute an article weekly, though this may vary from daily to monthly. Depending on the time I can spend at that moment.

The most recent article will always be on top when entering the blog; you can easily find it under Home.

The second article “Random Archive Post” is generated automatically at random from the archive. It changes everytime you hit the home page.

The third article in a row (under Home) is the second last in time, dropped down to make place for the “Random Archive Post”.

Don’t hesitate to leave a comment on any article you want to. Hit  Comments> or  No Comments> to open the comments form. Please fill out your name and e-mail adress, and eventually, don’t forget to fill out the captcha (to avoid spam). The first time your comment will need my approval. This can take some time (1 to 2 days,) but your next comments will be published immediately.

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Happy surfin…


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  1. hello my name is gerald beck I worked at an antique [res] shop we allso did stone [ver] ,brase inlay,and other thing’s my problem is this my boss gave me a sitar that’s a 140 year’s old the antique ivory is lifting up and allso there are some very small stress crak’s on one of the head bowl’s [the carving’s on the sitar tell me it was made in a higher end style ,I allso would like to know where I could go to buy part’s and replacement peg’s,and string’s [PLEASE HELP ME I’M LOSEING MY MIND]

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