Dholak
Dholak is a drum mainly used in South Asia. It has membranes on both sides and is usually played in sitting position by both hands. It can also be played while standing when it is hung from the neck with the help of a strap. Its narrower high-pitched version, which also uses syahi masala (usually black, circular, tuning paste made of flour, water and iron fillings) on its treble skin is called dholki.
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