The swarmandal (Hindi: ; Bengali: ) or Indian harp is an Indian stringed instrument. The swarmandal is an Indian zither that is today most commonly used as an accompanying instrument for Hindustani Classical music (the classical music of North India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh) – especially for vocal music. Swara(notes) and Mandal (group)represent its ability to produce a large number of notes.
Swara(notes) and Mandal (group)represent its ability to produce a large number of notes; it is also known popularly as Sur-mandal. Swarmandals measure from twenty four to thirty inches in length and twelve to fifteen inches in width. The singer may choose to employ any number of strings from 21 to 36 Professional quality maple woods Swarmandal
Net weight 6 kg. packing weight 12 kg.
Shipping & packing cost out side India shipping charges on DHL or Fed Ex USD 110
Australia, New Zealand, Fiji : Fumigation, charges USD 32.00