Book Dhol Players
Our players are young, dressed smartly and in Indian attire on request to create a vibrant cultural atmosphere, playing lively and energetic beats to suit any event. The dhol players vary from 1 to 15 players depending on your request.
The Dhol is a wooden barrel which is a double sided percussion instrument. Each side is fastened and pressured with animal skin or plastic (pure) to produce different frequencies of sound. The sound produced is known as madeen and nar —”feminine” and “masculine”, where feminine being the treble and masculine being the bass. The madeen is hit with a thin stick, usually of flexible cane ( baint ), called chiti , teehli , chari The nar (also called dhaama ) is beaten with a crooked wooden stick called dagga , often carved out of the light but strong roots of the acacia ( kikkar ) tree.