Dhol can refer to any one of a number of similar types of double-headed drum widely used, with regional variations, throughout the Indian subcontinent. The range stretches westward as far as eastern Afghanistan. A related instrument is the dholak or dholki. Someone who plays the dhol is known as dholi. The dhol is a double-sided barrel drum played mostly as an accompanying instrument in regional music forms. In qawwali music , the term dhol is used to describe a similar, but smaller drum used with the smaller tabla , as a replacement for the left hand tabla drum. The typical sizes of the drum vary slightly from region to region. In Punjab, the dhol remains large and bulky to produce the preferred loud bass. In other regions, dhols can be found in varying shapes and sizes and made with different woods and materials fiberglass, steel, plastic. The drum consists of a wooden barrel with animal hide or synthetic skin stretched over its open ends, covering them completely.
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Ganesh Chaturti celebrations are on in full swing in the city and people are enjoying every bit of the celebration. Some of them have already bid adieu to the elephant-headed Lord and some will be waving farewell today. Special food, new clothes and other attractions are luring the commoners, but the special attraction these days are the dholwallas from Nashik. Dancing to the beats of the dhol, thousand of citizens thronged the city streets that reverberated with music, throughout the day Ganesh celebration this year. During Ganeshotsav, these dholwallas are seen at almost every street, some dressed in finery long faded, and worn out making every festivity a cause for music, and dance. These band troupes and musicians of these specific dhol troupes, however, have little or no music in their personal lives. Saddled with the only vocation they know, they are, and almost all of them, eking out a livelihood. Thus during the festive season they throng into the streets of the city to earn an extra buck apart from their daily earning. While investigating about their living and other habits we found that these dholwalas are not the residents of Nashik, but reside in villages on the highway areas. They just make sure that they utilize their skills of playing good music and earning a living for their families.
Lucky Nashik Dhol. Lucky Nashik Dhol, Mumbai. Updated on: Tue 18 Oct Send Enquiry. They provide Nashik and Punjabi dhol, banjo, brass band, Koli band, lighting, jhoomar batti, ghodi, silver rath and baggis as well. Additional rental details: Price for ghodi is Rs. Willing to travel:. Summary Lucky Nashik Dhol is a brass band based out of Mumbai.
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