Incredible India: These musical instruments are not found anywhere except IndiaIndia is a land of diversity. India's diversified culture is manifested in every aspect of life, be it food, home, language, complexion, physical features, literature, dance, song, everywhere. So far as musical instruments are concerned, there are different musical instruments in different regions. There are many musical instruments in India which are not used anywhere in the world. In this thread, I am mentioning two such instruments.
Pepa (used in Assam): This is a wind instrument (hornpipe). Peopa is made from the horns of buffalo. Pepa is used mainly by male artists during 'Bihu' festival. Pepa is also known as Xuri, Peempa and Pepati in different parts of Assam.
Algoza (used in Punjab and Rajasthan): Algoza is a musical instrument which is very popular among the folk singers of Punjab and Rajasthan. This instrument is a combination of two flutes and is used with three fingers. This is also a wind instrument.
Like these two instruments, there are some other instruments like Pakhwaj, Padayani Thappu, Sursingar, Kazhal, Sambal, etc. which are not found anywhere in the world.