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Country’s only folk musical instrument museum hits a sour note

On a winter afternoon, eight-year-old Ojaswi Kathayat was sitting near the window at the Music Museum of Nepal in Tripureshwor, facing the gleaming sun, trying to play the sarangi Kathayat often visits the museum during her holidays, sometimes with her friends, to learn to play the sarangi, one of the 650 folk music instruments housed at the museum-all linked to Nepal’s various ethnic groups. Country’s only folk musical instrument museum hits a sour note
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Abani Malla
Published at : January 31, 2019
Updated at : January 31, 2019 14:04
Kathmandu

Abani Malla

Abani Malla is culture and arts reporter at The Kathmandu Post, who focuses on the arts and lifestyle. She is also an illustrator and blogger.


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