The dotara (or dotar) (Bengali: দোতারা, Assamese: দোতাৰা, literally, ‘Of or having two wires’) is a two, four, or sometimes five-stringed musical instrument, originating from the Indian subcontinent, resembling a sarod. It is commonly used in the Indian states of Assam, West Bengal, Bihar, as well as Bangladesh, and is first mentioned in a 14th-century Saptakanda Ramayana. Later, it was adopted by the ascetic cults of Bauls and Fakirs
Four string Dotara, Brass reed board, Fine lather.
weight approx 2.5 kg.
Packing weight 8 kg.