Welcome to our collection of sarod gifts. Introduce someone to the unique sound of Indian music. Choose from classical and contemporary music, T-shirts, posters, refrigerator magnets, trucker hats, ceramic coffee mugs, cooking aprons, stainless steel commuter mugs, colorful buttons, cotton canvas tote bags, and more unique sarod gifts.
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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.
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We’ve created more than 2,000 products for string musicians and fans. Some of our best sarod gifts are shared on this page, along with our top picks from other designers. Click on the banner to view the complete String Kings Music Sarod collection.
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.
First Coffee, Then Sarod
Caffeine loving sarod players and fans will love to wear these shirts. Whimsical design features a large mug of hot coffee, accented with a double bass clef heart.
Cats and Dogs Easily Distracted by Sarod Players
Here are some designs for animal lovers who are easily distracted by the sound of sarod players. Choose from playful cats and dogs in a variety of styles, colors, and sizes for the whole family.
The Coolest People on Earth Play Sarod
Who are the coolest people on earth? Sarod players, of course! Spread the word about this cool string instrument. Makes a great gift for any music student, music teacher, or sarodist.
I Love Sarod Double Bass Clef Heart
Share your love for the sarod. Mirror image bass clef heart designs are available for both sarod players and enthusiasts.
If I Can’t Bring My Sarod, You Won’t See Me
Invite me, invite my sarod. That’s the way it is for any musician who loves to play this unique string instrument.
Refrigerator magnets are one of our favorite inexpensive gift ideas for sarod players. They’re also appreciated by fans of this unique Indian string instrument. Standard size square magnets measure 2 by 2 inches. Designs are printed on 100% recycled paper. Scratch and UV-resistant Mylar keeps magnets looking new for years.
Sarod Tote Bags
Versatile and durable cotton canvas tote bags are another practical gift idea. These designs are available in many style and color choices to please any sarod player or enthusiast.
Sarod trucker hats are available in eleven color choices. Hats feature a 100% polyester foam front and a 100% nylon mesh back to keep you cool. Trucker hats are adjustable from 17 to 24 inches.
Everyone needs mugs. They’re inexpensive and practical too. These coffee mugs are sure to please any music lover. Click on any image to see the design from different angles. Choose from many other sizes, styles, and colors. Select any of the options presented here, or customize to create the perfect mug gift.
Classic cotton-poly twill blend aprons are another of our top picks for practical sarod gifts. Choose from several style and color options. Spacious front pockets hold plenty of utensils and cooking tools. Aprons are machine washable and proudly made in the U.S.A.
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, and round buttons are usually available in several sizes. 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.
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