Source: The Hindu; Author: Madhavi Shivaprasad; Photo Courtesy: K. Gopinathan

Srinivasa plays the morsing and makes mridangams and tablas. For artiste Srinivasa Anantharamaiah, home is where the tabla, mridangam, dholak, ghatam, morsing and kanjeera are all there. He has been living surrounded by Indian classical percussion instruments ever since he can remember. Well versed with not only how each instrument is played, he is also adept at making them for a living.

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SUBTLE BEATS: The morsing is like the pickle that goes with rice, not a necessity, but a definite flavour enhancer. Photo: K. Gopinathan