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The Southern Indian violin is nearly indistinguishable to Westernized violin, but different from it in playing and tuning location. It is conventionally played, while sitting cross legged, with the scroll put on the artist’s right-ankle, the backside of the violin resting on the artist’s left side of shoulder (collar-bone, or chest), thus imparting the artist and tangential left hand which enables to play Indian Musical Ornamentation such as the Gamak.
Tuning of this instrument is as follows: tonic, dominants, and tonic (octave is high) & dominant (octave is high), from the 4th top the 1st string correspondingly, the tonic is changeable. The Carnatic violin is an obligation as a musical accessory, in both instrumentals (apart from for Nadaswaaram) & vocal concert.
Study this western instrument with an Indian feel.