Sitar Factory wants to be a source of inspiration for young makers to, firstly, meet the fine artwork of sitar making & repair which Kartar Chand Sharma & Hari Chand Sharma have been producing since so many years (unfortunately, none of them have successors; their “gharana” has actually ceased to exist) and, secondly, to continue, inspire and improve inventing and developing new techniques on making, maintenance & repair of Indian Classical Music Instruments further on.
This is a weblog..:
It is a casual magazine about sitar making & repair.
This means that I try to contribute an article at regular times, though this may vary from daily to monthly or more. 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.
Don’t hesitate to leave a comment on any article you want to. 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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