|WikiProject India / Music||(Rated Stub-class, Low-importance)|
|This article is about a topic whose name is originally rendered in the Devanagari script; however the article does not have that version of its name in the article's lead paragraph. Anyone who is knowledgeable enough with the original language is invited to assist in adding the Devanagari script.|
For more information, see: MOS:FOREIGN.
This "short line" isn't an adaequat article about "meend". - Not at all !! - Some aspects the editor should fill, recently the idiom "Gamaka". And please give an input about "meend" on it's own with a wider range of "(different) glidings from one note to another". Even some techniques about "Meend" should be mentioned here, not only referring the most known instrument worldwide, the Sitar - as an example Ravi Shankar or Nikhil Banerjee (both sitar legends) developed different styles. (Rec.:) In Vocals (different styles: Thumri, Khyal, Dhrupad) you can find the technique of "meend".) - As you can see, "meend" is a central figure for Indian Classical Music, both North Indian Classics and South Indian Classics. And therefore should be treated more carefully. Hope this input helps that way. --IMC-OnAir 12:46, 5 November 2007 (UTC)
I agree, this is a huge subject that isn't well treated here. I removed an unreferenced tag --- there is a reference --- but added an expert attention tag. - Smerdis of Tlön - killing the human spirit since 2003! 21:27, 6 August 2011 (UTC)