Start Your Musical Journey with Aalaap BANSURI North Indian - Bamboo Flutes
Namaste and welcome! "Thank you to all of you for the love you have given us on YouTube During my Bansuri teaching, I found that the first problem students face is deciding which brand and type of Bansuri to buy. In the market, there are many flute makers selling untuned flutes under the guise of being affordable. Many students end up buying them, resulting in their ears getting accustomed to out-of-tune frequencies. Crafting a good Bansuri takes a considerable amount of time, and the cost reflects the effort put into making it. Considering these challenges, we have brought suitable-priced Bansuris for you. This is our small effort to make your Bansuri journey melodious. Thank you." Dr.Anurag Mishra Phd in Music (Flute) Banaras Hindu University
Q & A
Q: What factors contribute to the difference in price between professional and budget flutes? A: The difference in price is primarily due to variations in sound quality and appearance. Q: I am a complete beginner. Which flute should I buy? A: According to the Recommended Flute price chart provided here, Dr. Anurag Mishra recommends the first, second, and third level flutes based on your age and his teaching experience. Q: Do you offer online classes? A: Yes, you can take online classes with Dr. Anurag Mishra. Please fill out this form, and we will contact you soon.
Recommended Flute and Price Chart
1- First level Flute for beginners
Description
Budget Flute (Flute Cover + Courier charges included)
Professional Flute (Flute Cover + Courier charges included)
For Children (Boys) Scale : D Medium Age - 05 -10 years Level - Beginner Flute Size : 17 inch Approx
1099
1599
For Children (Girls) Scale : D# Sharp Medium Age - 05 -10 years Level - Beginner Flute Size : 16 inch Approx
1099
1599
For Male (Most Popular) Scale : C Middle Age - 10 years above Flute Size : 19.5 inch Approx Level - Beginners
1099
1599
For Female - (Most Popular) Scale : C# sharp Middle Age - 10 years above Flute Size : 18.6 inch Approx Level - Beginners
1099
1599
2 - Second Level Flute for beginners
For Male - (Most Popular) Scale : A Natural base Size : 22.5 inch Approx Level - Beginner Age - 15 Years above
1199
1699
For Female - (Most Popular) Scale : A# Sharp Base Size : 21.85 Inches Approx Level - Beginners Age - 15 Years above
1199
1699
3 - Third Level Flute for beginners
For Male - (Most Popular) Scale : G Natural Base Size : 25.5 inch (Approx) Level - Intermediate Age - 20 years above
1399
1999
For Female - (Most Popular) Scale : B Natural base Size : 20.5 inches Approx Level - Beginners Age: 08 - 15 years
1199
1699
Note: No Refunds Policy: Our flutes are meticulously selected, and therefore, no refunds will be issued under any circumstances. No any Extra Hidden Charges Cash on delivery (COD) Not Available
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Bansuri Care Tips Dry the Bore: Wipe the bore dry after playing, especially in cooler climates to prevent condensate buildup. Storage: Stand bansuri vertically to drain moisture.Store in a basket or stand against a corner; avoid cases or bags while drying to prevent mold. Handle with Care: Avoid knocking or dropping bansuri to prevent cracks. Binding Maintenance: Promptly fix any loose thread bindings to ensure protection; use adhesive tape temporarily if needed. Avoid Floor Placement: Never leave bansuri on the floor to prevent accidental damage. Oiling: Use Mustard or Walnut oil inside the flute and below the blow-hole.Apply oil with a swabbing device every couple of months, avoiding a 'wet' flute. Points to Remember When Oiling: Oil a new bansuri after 15 days of moderate play. Use a loose-fitting swab, and apply oil only up to the blowing hole. Do not oil a freshly played bansuri; allow the sur- face to be dry. Crack Repair: Apply low viscosity cynoacrylate along the crack when the bansuri is cold. Press to close the crack for 30 seconds. Clean off extra glue after 5 minutes; apply thread binding or scotch tape. Temperature Considerations: Avoid exposing the bansuri to extreme temperatures, as sudden changes can affect the bamboo. Regular Inspections: Periodically inspect the entire bansuri for any signs of damage, loose bindings, or cracks. Gentle Cleaning: Use a soft, dry cloth to gently clean the exterior of the bansuri regularly. Avoid Direct Sunlight: Keep the bansuri away from direct sunlight, as prolonged exposure can lead to drying and cracking. Proper Playing Technique: Play the bansuri with proper technique to minimize stress on the bamboo and prevent unnecessary wear. Secure Storage: When not in use, store the bansuri in a secure and stable location to prevent accidental falls. By following these comprehensive guidelines, you'll ensure the longevity and optimal performance of your bansuri flute.
by Dr.Anurag Mishra
Q & A
Q: What factors contribute to the difference in price between professional and budget flutes? A: The difference in price is primarily due to variations in sound quality and appearance. Q: I am a complete beginner. Which flute should I buy? A: According to the Recommended Flute price chart provided here, Dr. Anurag Mishra recommends the first, second, and third level flutes based on your age and his teaching experience. Q: Do you offer online classes? A: Yes, you can take online classes with Dr. Anurag Mishra. Please fill out this form, and we will contact you soon.
Recommended Flute and Price Chart
1- First level Flute for beginners
Description
Budget Flute (Flute Cover + Courier charges included)
Professio nal Flute (Flute Cover + Courier charges included)
For Children (Boys) Scale : D Medium Age - 05 -10 years Level - Beginner Flute Size : 17 inch Approx
1099
1599
For Children (Girls) Scale : D# Sharp Medium Age - 05 -10 years Level - Beginner Flute Size : 16 inch Approx
1099
1599
For Male (Most Popular) Scale : C Middle Age - 10 years above Flute Size : 19.5 inch Approx Level - Beginners
1099
1599
For Female - (Most Popular) Scale : C# sharp Middle Age - 10 years above Flute Size : 18.6 inch Approx Level - Beginners
1099
1599
2 - Second Level Flute for beginners
For Male - (Most Popular) Scale : A Natural base Size : 22.5 inch Approx Level - Beginner Age - 15 Years above
1199
1699
For Female - (Most Popular) Scale : A# Sharp Base Size : 21.85 Inches Approx Level - Beginners Age - 15 Years above
1199
1699
3 - Third Level Flute for beginners
For Male - (Most Popular) Scale : G Natural Base Size : 25.5 inch (Approx) Level - Intermediate Age - 20 years above
1399
1999
For Female - (Most Popular) Scale : B Natural base Size : 20.5 inches Approx Level - Beginners Age: 08 - 15 years
1199
1699
Note: No Refunds Policy: Our flutes are meticulously selected, and therefore, no refunds will be issued under any circumstances. No any Extra Hidden Charges Cash on delivery (COD) Not Available
Namaste and welcome! "Thank you to all of you for the love you have given us on YouTube During my Bansuri teaching, I found that the first problem students face is deciding which brand and type of Bansuri to buy. In the market, there are many flute makers selling untuned flutes under the guise of being affordable. Many students end up buying them, resulting in their ears getting accustomed to out-of-tune frequencies. Crafting a good Bansuri takes a considerable amount of time, and the cost reflects the effort put into making it. Considering these challenges, we have brought suitable-priced Bansuris for you. This is our small effort to make your Bansuri journey melodious. Thank you." Dr.Anurag Mishra Phd in Music (Flute) Banaras Hindu University
Start Your Musical Journey with Aalaap BANSURI North Indian - Bamboo Flutes
Bansuri Care Tips Dry the Bore: Wipe the bore dry after playing, especially in cooler climates to prevent condensate buildup. Storage: Stand bansuri vertically to drain moisture.Store in a basket or stand against a corner; avoid cases or bags while drying to prevent mold. Handle with Care: Avoid knocking or dropping bansuri to pre- vent cracks. Binding Maintenance: Promptly fix any loose thread bindings to ensure protection; use adhesive tape tem- porarily if needed. Avoid Floor Placement: Never leave bansuri on the floor to prevent accidental damage. Oiling: Use Mustard or Walnut oil inside the flute and below the blow-hole.Apply oil with a swabbing device every couple of months, avoiding a 'wet' flute. Points to Remember When Oiling: Oil a new bansuri after 15 days of moder- ate play. Use a loose-fitting swab, and apply oil only up to the blowing hole. Do not oil a freshly played bansuri; allow the surface to be dry. Crack Repair: Apply low viscosity cynoacrylate along the crack when the bansuri is cold. Press to close the crack for 30 seconds. Clean off extra glue after 5 minutes; apply thread binding or scotch tape. Temperature Considerations: Avoid exposing the bansuri to extreme temperatures, as sudden changes can af- fect the bamboo. Regular Inspections: Periodically inspect the entire bansuri for any signs of damage, loose bindings, or cracks. Gentle Cleaning: Use a soft, dry cloth to gently clean the ex- terior of the bansuri regularly. Avoid Direct Sunlight: Keep the bansuri away from direct sun- light, as prolonged exposure can lead to drying and cracking. Proper Playing Technique: Play the bansuri with proper technique to minimize stress on the bamboo and pre- vent unnecessary wear. Secure Storage: When not in use, store the bansuri in a se- cure and stable location to prevent acci- dental falls. By following these comprehensive guide- lines, you'll ensure the longevity and opti- mal performance of your bansuri flute.