Indian instruments have a reputation for being tough to find, but that may be changing with the launch of a new crowdfunding campaign that aims to raise $1.5 million for a career in woodworking.
Woodworking is the art and science of creating woodworking instruments.
Woodworking instruments can range from small pocket musical instruments like the basset hound to larger instruments such as the flute and clarinet.
The Indian instruments are among the most popular instruments in India, with the demand for the instruments growing as people find ways to make their living in the country.
The crowdfunding campaign, which launched on the Indiegogo site last week, is run by a group of Indian musicians and musicians who specialize in the woodworking arts.
The group hopes to raise the money through the sale of wooden instruments.
“We are a group that is in this together,” said Dhananjay, one of the founders of the group.
“We want to see the instruments in the hands of our community.
The more people we have to help, the more instruments we can get.
The funds will go to buying instruments for our community, so we can have the instruments that they want.
We want to make them better instruments.
We want the community to be able to enjoy these instruments, and we want them to be used in their homes.”
Dhananjaya said the goal of the project is to reach out to musicians and the community and help them to develop their craft, and that the money raised will be used to pay for the materials and materials supplies needed to make the instruments.
The instrument makers said they are hoping to start selling instruments within the next two to three years, with plans to increase their offerings to about 40 instruments by 2022.
“The community has to be involved in this,” Dhanans father said.
“The instruments we will be making in the next couple of years, they will be made with Indian materials, they are not just made with plastic, we are using wood.”