List of Nepali Folk and Traditional Musical Instruments | Importance of Folk Musical Instruments | Neplych

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Nepal being a rich country of culture, religion, and tradition. We have different language different ethnicity and different traditional musical instrument. We are celebrating our cultural program, festival, Jatras with singing and dancing and we used different verities of musical instrument.

We have more than thousands of musical instrument which has more than 200 are originating from Nepal and 108 musical instruments still playing in village and music studio. So, here is the Nepali musical instruments names with pictures

List of Nepali Folk and Traditional Musical Instruments

  • Arbajo
  • Baano
  • Babucha
  • Bansuri, (a bamboo flute, a Murali)
  • Baya (left side drum of table)
  • Bayal Ghanta
  • Bhushya
  • Binayo
  • Chauri ghanta
  • Chotwang
  • Chusya
  • Dafa
  • Dafali (Dafli)
  • Daha
  • Dakkari
  • Damaha
  • Damaru
  • Damphu
  • Dapa-Khin
  • Dauri
  • Dharma Dhandi
  • Dhimay
  • Dholak
  • Dhyangro
  • Dugdugi
  • EkTare
  • Ghangling
  • Ghor bansuri
  • Ghote
  • Girnal
  • Gitimag
  • Golbi
  • Handiya
  • Hiti Manga
  • Horel
  • Hudko
  • Hyolmo Tungna
  • Ilambu
  • IrlungPipari
  • Jhajhar
  • Jhilmil
  • Jhurummaa
  • Jhyaali Khainjadi
  • Jhyali
  • Jhyamta, a jhurma
  • Jonche
  • Jor Murali
  • Kangling
  • Karnal
  • Khachad Ghanta
  • Khainjadi
  • Khin
  • Khusyaha
  • Koncha-Khin
  • kumuna
  • Lawa
  • Leaf: (Leaf of tree is used to create sharp music.
  • Madal
  • Magah-Khin
  • Mahsak
  • Majura
  • Mate Ghanta
  • Murchunga
  • Nagara
  • Narshinga
  • Naya-Khin
  • Neeko
  • Okilmohali
  • Otni
  • Paluwa
  • Paschima
  • Pasta-Khin
  • Phye Gan
  • Piwancha
  • Palwancha
  • Ponga
  • Pung
  • Pungi
  • Raasaa
  • Ranasinhaa
  • Rasajhurma
  • Sanai
  • Sankha
  • Sarangi
  • Serenja
  • Shankha
  • Sringa
  • Tabla
  • TainNain
  • Tamora
  • Thunder
  • Tin Tare Sarangi
  • Tinimuni
  • Tri Taal
  • Tungna
  • Tyamko
  • Urni
  • Yakuchaa Babhu
  • Yalamber Baja

Our traditional music instruments are slowly replaced by western instrument and this is our responsibility to protect our traditional instrument for our upcoming new generation.

If we do not protect our culture, tradition, and flock & traditional musical the instrument then these all only remain story on the book for our new generation.

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