This small brightly painted version of the dhol is traditionally used all across South Asia at weddings and other festivals and is also a major component of modern bhangra music. It is a double-ended drum comprising of a mango wood shell and metal rings for adjusting the tension on the skins.
The bhangra dhol is played with two sticks. The thinner, straight stick plays the higher-pitched end of the drum and is known as a 'tihli.' The thicker, bent stick plays the bass end of the drum and is known as a 'dagga.' A traditional Indian bhangra dhol drums brightly painted and with two dhol beaters. This half-size Dhol could be suitable for a wedding, or even as a kids toy! Size approx: 20cm ∅ × 30cm High.
- Double-ended mango wood shell
- A metal ring tuning system
- Vibrantly decorated
- Made in India