Two folk musicians are seated next to each other. The man plays on a tribal musical instrument, while the woman breaks into song. They are probably father and daughter, the latter lovingly having been taught to sing by the former, and making music to celebrate the harvest season. Note the ample folds of his turban and dhoti and angavastram; the luscious lengths of her odhni and ghagra, designed to make up for the summery choli. They are both seated barefoot, which indicates that they consider music to be holy. Zoom in on the dynamic angle of the musicians' necks, the expressive lines that define their faces, the lifelike digits and drape of their garments.
6.5 inch Height x 4.7 inch Width x 5 inch Depth - Men
5.8 inch Height x 4.4 inch Width x 4.3 inch Depth - Woman