First up, he got interested in Indian music and took lessons on sitar from Ravi Shankar.
sitar placed the two girls side by side and drew off to survey her work.
They got the ship all right, but Dunark and sitar got away—they're still with their salt!
Or his voice, deep and soft as the sitar when it sings of love?
Motee sang again; but the accompaniment was wild and irregular, and the Khan at last threw down the sitar.
The remnant of an sitar, or high place, occupies the centre of the cloistered quadrangle.
The tas is a kind of sitar, the thin wire strings of which are played with a bow.
Returning to the others, they found Dorothy and sitar deep in conversation.
His inseparable companions were a hubble-bubble at his left, and a sitar on his lap; and from his throat flowed song unceasing.
sitar jumped up happily, completely restored, and the three women threw their arms around each other.