The BHANGRA DHOLL is a PERCUSSION INSTRUMENT that is an integral part of the vibrant and energetic BHANGRA MUSIC AND DANCE TRADITION. Originating from India, the Bhangra Dholl is a traditional instrument used at weddings and other festivals throughout South Asia.
The BHANGRA DHOLL is a major component of modern Bhangra music, a popular dance and music genre that originated in the Punjab region of India.
This VIBRANT DOUBLE ENDED DRUM made from Mango wood has metal rings for adjusting the tension on the skins and comes with two strikers and an integrated rope strap, making it easy to carry and play. The thinner, straight stick, known as the tihli, produces a higher pitched sound, while the thicker, bent stick, called the dagga, produces a bass sound.
Measurements 31cm Tall X 17 cm wide at the top and 14cm wide at the base 12 Inches Tall X 6.75 inches wide at the top and 5.5 inches wide at bottom.
Today, the Bhangra Dholl has become popular all over the world, with musicians and dancers from all backgrounds incorporating the instrument into their performances. Whether used in traditional ceremonies or modern music performances, the Bhangra Dholl is a testament to the rich cultural heritage and musical traditions of South Asia