How to motivate yourself to practice Sitar?

Motivation can be a tricky thing, but there are several strategies that can help you stay motivated to practice Sitar:
  1. Set specific goals: Determine what you want to achieve with your Sitar playing, whether it’s learning a new song or mastering a difficult technique, and set clear, achievable goals to help you work towards those objectives.
  2. Break it down: Sometimes, a large goal can feel overwhelming. Break it down into smaller, more manageable tasks, and focus on one thing at a time.
  3. Create a routine: Set aside a regular time each day or week to practice Sitar, and make it part of your routine. This can help make it a habit, and you’ll be more likely to stick with it.
  4. Get inspired: Find inspiration in other musicians, either by attending live shows, watching videos online, or listening to your favorite recordings. Seeing others perform can help motivate you to practice and improve your own playing.
  5. Experiment with different styles: If you’re feeling bored or stagnant in your playing, try exploring different styles of music or techniques. This can help reignite your passion for Sitar and give you new challenges to work towards.
  6. Join our Riyaz sessions: Consider joining online Riyaz session ( every Sunday at 8:30am GMT . This  can help guide you, offer constructive feedback, and keep you accountable for your practice.
  7. Track your progress: Keep track of your progress by recording yourself, taking notes, or using a practice journal. Seeing how far you’ve come can help motivate you to keep going and achieve your goals.


Guided Sitar practice

How guided Sitar practice can help to improve my playing?  Guided Sitar practice can be incredibly helpful for improving your playing in a number of ways: Structured Practice: With a guided practice routine, you will have a structured practice plan that covers all the...