Type: TAT VADYA
Kamaicha is a stringed instrument made of steel, parchment, gut, metal, shisham, and horsehair. This is a community instrument found in Rajasthan. Majorly used by the ‘Manganiar’ Community of West Rajasthan as a popular accompaniment to their songs.
Material: Parchment, gut, steel, metal, shisham, horsehair
A bowed instrument with a big bowl shaped skin covered resonator, a rectangular finger board and a round peg box. Three main gut strings and eight drone steel strings are attached to a metal hook, passed over the bridge and tied to the pegs. Played with a bow made of Sheesham wood and horsehair. Used by the ‘Manganiar’ Community of West Rajasthan as a popular accompaniment to their songs.