Kamayacha is an extremely elegant instrument of the professional singing community of Mangniars all over Marwar. It has a large circular belly covered with parchment, a peg system and a finger board. It has three main strings of gut, besides nine suppletory and four sympathetic steel strings all passing through a broad bridge. The long wooden curved bow of horse-tail hair moving on all the strings is characteristic of this instrument. Used by all singing communities, specially in Marwar but mainly by those belonging to the Langas.
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