Welcome to our collection of sarod gifts. Introduce someone to the unique sound of Indian music. Choose from classical and contemporary music, or T-shirts, posters, ceramic coffee mugs, stainless steel commuter mugs, colorful buttons, and more unique sarod gifts.
Live at Washington Square Church (1981)
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Musicians always enjoy adding to their music libraries, and these selections are sure to please. Maestro Ustad Amjad Ali Khan was born into a family of classical musicians and is one of the world’s foremost players of the sarod. Mentored by his father, Amjad Ali Khan has passed the family tradition on to his sons, Amaan Ali Khan and Ayaan Ali Khan. We also love the sitar and sarod duet by Reena Srivastava and Rajeeb Chakrabaorty.
Shirts are always popular with musicians and people who love music. Click on any of these sarod designs to see the wide selection of colors, sizes, and styles available for any age group.
Everyone needs mugs. They’re inexpensive and practical too! These coffee and stainless steel travel mugs are sure to please any music lover. Click on any image to see the different views. Choose from many other sizes, styles, and colors. Select any of the options presented here, or customize to create the perfect mug gift.
What’s not to love about buttons. They’re one of our favorite inexpensive music gift ideas. Standard-sized square buttons measure 2 inches by 2 inches. Designs are printed on 100% recycled paper and covered with scratch and UV-resistant Mylar. Changing the background color is a breeze. Choose from a rainbow of pretty colors for a customized gift.
What is a Sarod?
The Song of Freedom
Sarod Maestro Ustad Amjad Ali Khan
Accompanied by His Sons, Amaan Ali Khan and Ayaan Ali Khan
Ustad Amjad Ali Khan
Hats off to the Japanese, who created the keyboard, I think. Now children play with the Casio keyboard and so do a lot of music directors. But I feel sad that because of this keyboard a lot of musicians have lost their jobs in the orchestras in Bombay and elsewhere in India, especially because a keyboard can produce the sound of a flute and a violin and a cello. Thank God there is no sarod sound in the keyboard.