dhol

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dhol

(dɔːl)
n
(Instruments) a type of double-sided Indian drum, particularly popular in Punjab
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Men with Dhols and women in their Giddha spirit also shown on these streets, completed the entire visual
As the "Sunder Mundriye" Lohri song echoed to the beat of the Dhol, everybody A} young and old A} was seen dancing and enjoying.
FLORAL decorations and the beat of traditional dhols welcomed India's U- 19 World Cup hero Unmukt Chand back home on Thursday.
he demand for dhols and cymbals also goes up at this time.
Guwahati, Apr 21 ( ANI ): For over a week the reverberation of Rongali or Bohag Bihu celebrations continued in Assam with people dancing to the rhythm of the dhol with great enthusiasm.
Playing two big dhols (drums) dangling around his neck in a high speed swirl, Muhammad Zaman and his awe-inspiring performance is a treat to watch.
Thousands follow him through the park when Zaman takes a round of the place beating his dhols with the mastery and control that only he has.
Bhangra dancers would perform their movements to the rhythm of dhols - large drums made from hollowed-out tree trunks, with goat-skins stretched over the ends, a thicker one on one end to provide a deeper, bass sound, and a thinner skin at the other to give a more highly-pitched tone.
Forget just 12 drummers drumming - Birmingham-based the Dhol Blasters now have getting on for 250 drummers on their books.
THUMPING of dhols and a sea of people holding torches and candles in their hands brought alive the most famous lane in Chandni Chowk -- Ballimaran, where its most famous resident Mirza Asadullah Baig Khan or Ghalib as he is known, once lived.
Pune, Sep 2 (ANI): Enthusiastic young girls have joined boys in practicing the beating of Dhols in Pune, ahead of the popular Ganesh Chaturthi festival.
o promote music of the folk dhols, Somnath organizes workshops across Assam.