Sarod is a common string instrument belonging to the lute family in northern India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. The sarod is about 39 inches and the wooden body has a skin belly. The neck is broad and contains a fretless fingerboard covered in metal. The fingerboard is useful as it accommodates the characteristic sliding pitches. The modern sarod has 4 to 6 melodic strings and 2 to 4 more additional strings. There are drone and sympathetic strings. The plectrum is held in the right-hand sarod strings are plucked. With the left-hand fingernails, we can press the strings. The sarod is kept across the player’s lap. The strings are paired. they are paired in double courses and also tuned at the octave in unison.