Category:Pungi

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English: The Pungi, also called the been, or bin — a wind instrument that originated in India.
  • The pungi is similar to the Chinese Hulusi, but has only two reed pipes, known as the "jivala". It was improved to produce the Shehnai.
  • The pungi is still played in India by snake charmers.

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