Morsing is similar to Jew’s harp especially played in Rajasthan, Sindh, and Pakistan and Carnatic music of South India. It is categorized into lamellophones consisting of a metal ring in the shape of a horseshoe as two parallel forks forming the frame. The metal tongue is made to vibrate this is bent and called the trigger. it is perpendicular to the circular ring.
Its origin is not documented correctly but it has a history of 1500 years. This instrument is most popular in south India, Rajasthan, and some parts of Assam it is played as background music in Rabindrasangeet in Bengal and in Assamese folk song.