Sunday, July 14, 2024
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Quiz For The Week

On this week ‘Quiz for the week’ we have come up with your familarity with Nepali Musical Instruments.

Nepal’s musical instruments have a deep connection with its culture and religion. As music is an integral part of life, from birth to death. In Nepali music it resonates from the mountains to the plains. Our songs boasts a rich heritage of over 200 unique musical instruments, each contributing to its vibrant musical traditions.

In this quiz, we will focus on the instruments that bring these musical expressions to life. From the  beautiful bansuri to the rhythmic beats of the Madal, you’ll have the opportunity to test your knowledge about the instruments that create the exciting melodies of Nepal.

The Sarangi is a popular Nepali folk instrument. How many strings does a standard Nepali sarangi typically have?

2 strings

3 strings

4 strings

5 strings

What is the name of the traditional Nepali stringed instrument that resembles a guitar and is commonly used in folk and classical music, particularly in the hills of Nepal?

Sitar

Sarangi

Mandolin

Sarod

Which Nepali drum, often made from animal skin stretched over a wooden frame, is widely used in both folk and classical music?

Madal

Dholak

Tabala

Mridangam

What is the primary material used to create the body of the traditional Nepali string instrument, the “Sarangi”?

Wood

Metal

Bamboo

Animal Skin

In the Newar community of Nepal, what is the name of the traditional  musical instruments used in festivals and cultural events?

Damaru

Dhime

Taal

Bansi

The damphu is a unique drum-like instrument from which Nepali community, known for its vibrant and rhythmic performances?

Sherpa Community

Gurung community

Limbu community

Tamang community

What is the number of finger holes typically found on a standard bansuri flute?

2

5

9

7

How many main strings does a traditional sitar typically have?

15

7

5

21

The “Tungna” is a traditional Nepali instrument often associate with which region of Nepal?

Terai

Kathmandu Valley

Eastern Hills

Western Hills

What is the primary material traditionally use to make the body of the “Damphu” instrument?

Metal

Wood

Bamboo

Leather

In the end

Our quiz on Nepali musical instruments has offered a glimpse into the captivating world of music in Nepal. This quiz has shared  the diversity and richness of Nepali music, showcasing the harmonious blend of tradition and innovation in the country’s musical heritage. We hope you’ve enjoyed this musical journey through Nepal’s instruments and gained a deeper appreciation for their cultural significance. Thank you for participating!

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