State/Union Territory Instruments
Leh LadhakhDamian, guitar,Dungchen (Long horn), Gyaling (Oboe), Nga (Drums), Silnyen/bubjal (Cymbals), kangling (Shinbone trumpets), Dung (Conch shells), Damaru (Skull drums) and Drilbu (bells)
SikkimTungbuk, Flute, Cymbal, Drums
PunjabTumbi, Algoze, Dhadd, Sarangi, Chimta
Arunachal PradeshDrums, Cymbals
HaryanaDholak, Manjeera , Chimta , Deru, Cymbals, Sarangi, Harmonium, Dhadd,   Khartal, Damaru, Duggi, Daf, Bansuri, Been, Ghungroo, Dhak, Gharha (by adding rubber cover on top of the pitcher), Thali (beaten with a stick to make music) and Shankha
NagalandPetu, Theku, Flutes,Trumpets 
GoaDhol, Mridanga, Guitar, Ghumat, Dholak, Kasale, Madlem, Shehnai, Surt, Tasso, Nagado and Tambura
KarnatakaNagaswaram, Kalimba, Saarang, Gotuvadyam, Tamboora, Veena , Saraswati Veena, Mandolin, Violin, Clarinet, Kombu, KahaLe, Mukhaveene, Mridangam, Khanjira, Chande, Maddale, Panchamukhi
AssamDhol, Gogona, Pepa, Taal, Khol, Mridanga, Madol, Dotara, Ektara, Khanjari Dutara
Jammu and KashmirKashmiri saz,Tabla,Kashmiri Sitar, Kashmiri Santoor,The Wasool and The Dokra
MaharashtraDolki, Manjeera,Tuntuni, Daf, Harmonium
Tamil NaduThalam,Thavil, Udukkai ,Veenai, Veelai, Venkural
Uttar PradeshDilruba (Strings), Dhol (Percussion), Iktara (String), Sarangi (String)
Khartal (Percussion)
Himachal PradeshDammama, Damanght, Gajju, Doru, Dhaunsa, Nagara, Dholku, Nagarth, Tamaka, Dafale, Dhol, Dolki, Hudak, Ghanta, Ghariyal (gongs), Chimta (tongs), Manjira , Jhanjh (cymbals), Ghungru (bells), Thali (platter) and Kokatha murchang
UttarakhandDhol, Damoun, Turri, Ransingha, Dholki, Daur, Thali, Bhankora and Masakbhaja, Damama, Hurka, Binaee, Mushak Been or Bagpipe, Muruli
KerelaChenda, Edakka, Kombu, Mizhavu etc
ManipurPena
MizoramKhuang, Dar (Gong), Darkhuang, Tumphit, Tingtang, Tuium dar
TripuraSumui
Andhra PradeshPambai, Tambura
TelanganaVeena (also known as sarada), Tribal Flute, Metallic Cymbals, Dholak, Tribal Shehnai, Daph, Conch, Bells, Gummetas, Brahma Taal, Titti, Kommu, Chirutalu, Jamidika Veeranam, Andelu, Dhamru,Ghungroos, Kinnera
OdishaDhola, Mohuri, Turi, Kahali, Jhanja, Manjira, Sitar, Tanpura, Pakhawaj
BiharBansuri,Dhol, Dhak, Dhanaka, Madal, Nagara, flute, Pipahi (Shhehnai), Jhanjh, clappers.
ChattisgarhDhankul
GujaratSundari, Bhorrindo, Morchang,Kani, Jodia Pawa,Ghado, Ghaghar
Madhya PradeshGoga Dhol, Parang drum,Ghera,Pawli,Pungi,Khirkhira,Dhankul , the Chikara or the Kingri.
BengalVina,Surbahar,Swarmandal, Khanjani, Kachhuya sitar,ektara etc.
JharkhandNagara, Jhanj, Mohuri, Turi, Dhol, Dhumsa, Bheri, Bansuri and conch shells,Kadri, Gupijantra, Sarangi, Tuila, Vyang, Anandlahri,Domkach, Dohari, Daidhara, Mardana Jhumar,Janani Jhumar, Pahilsangha, Udasi, Vinsaria, Pawa, Adhratiya, Jhumta, Pratkali, Akhariya Domkach
RajasthanSarangi, Rawanhattha, Kamayacha, Morchang and Ektara, Nagaras and Dhols ,Damrus, The Daf and Chang, Shehnai, Poongi, Algoza, Tarpi, Been, Bankia , Naad, Khartal, Poongi, Bankia and Da, Satara, Bankiya and Nagphan, Ravanhatta, Chautara and Bhapang, Sarangiya Langa
TripuraSumui (Flute), Sarinda, Chongpreng, Kham (Drum),  Dangdoo
MeghalayaBeslie,Bamboo Flute,Tangmuri, Clarinet, Duitara, Musical instrument like guitar with muga strings, Ksing/Nakra : Drums used in different occasions,Dymphong : Flat bamboo instrument, Maryngod,
Marngthing, Violin

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