Ganesan, who lives in Chennai, plays the jal tarang or jalatharangam in concerts throughout Southern India, and is also a carnatic vocalist and violinist. In Madras' 2005-2006 concert season. His jal tarang is "a set of 19 antique porcelain bowls from China that are 100 years old".
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