Veenai



The traditional musical instrument of Veenai is an integral part of the rich Carnatic music in Thanjavur. Popularly known as Veena, Veenai bears relics to the rich religious and cultural history of the place. According to mythological legends, Goddess Saraswati is always seen to play musical instrument of Veena.

Veenai is made up of wood and strings. An indigenous musical instrument, Veenai is played with great perfection by the highly talented artists of Thanjavur. The enchanting melody of the musical instrument of Veenai casts a magical spell on the audience.

The traditional instrument of Veenai plays an important role in the rich and unique musical history of Thanjavur in Tamil Nadu. Veenai is popularly referred to as Yaazh among the local indigenous population of the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu. The traditional musical instrument of Veenai is considered to be a part of the celestial world because of its association with Goddess Saraswati.

The ancient city of Thanjavur has several music schools that impart training in playing the musical instrument of Veenai. The sweet melody of Veenai has the strength to dispel boredom and fill the air with music, joy and mirth. The culturally enriched native population of Thanjavur attends numerous concerts to relieve themselves from the stress and strains of daily lifestyle.

The trained performers play the indigenous musical instrument of Veenai with great enthusiasm and vigor which is reflected in their flawless performance. The musical instrument of Veenai is an essential part of the social, cultural and religious festivals of Thanjavur.



Last Updated on 06 December 2011




     


     

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