APPG Indian Traditional Sciences held a seminar on Music for Health. Young connoisseurs of Indian Classical Music held a symphony of Santoor (a trapezoid-shaped hammered dulcimer instrument which has 25 bridges and each bridge has 4 strings, making for a total of 100 strings and is played with the help of two wooden mallets known as mezrabs. The Santoor was accompanied by the Indian set of drums -Tabla.  Music – the other non-addictive, mood-altering non-substance with common side effects include but are not limited to uncontrolled head bobbing, toe tapping, and finger snapping are great for the mind said Pandit Ravi Sharma a leading presenter/singer on Indian radio broadcasting in London.