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Dhudi

About

A Dhudi is a small, two-headed hourglass-shaped wooden drum played by Kodava men. The two heads are made up of animal skin.

Uses

A Kodava folk singer will hold a Dhudi in one hand and strike it on one of its two heads with a small, curved stick. It is played in rhythm to the Kodava folk songs called the Dhudikottpaat.

Variants

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Materials made of

  • Wood
  • Bronze
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Tentative Period of Usage

              Since evolvement

Tentative reason for extinct

              Not extinct. its still in use 

Physically located at

  1. Many Houses 
  2. Almost all Ainmanes
  3. Collections at
    1. M/s Papera Restaurant

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