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The pungi, originates from the Indian subcontinent. The instrument consists of a reservoir into which air is blown and then channelled into two reed pipes. It is played with no pauses, as the player employs circular breathing. In street performances, the pungi is used for snake charming. The pungi is also sometimes called “been.” And it is made of gourd, wax, bamboo, metal, beeswax, and coconuts. Common pungi’s are as long to be one-two feet in length.