Tabla is the most melodious percussion instrument, mainly not only used as an accompaniment in North Indian/ Hindustani music bt also as a solo instrument. The tabla consists of two parts like drums, the bayan or the left drum and the dayan or the right drum, but the collective name for both the drums is tabla. The left is a small spherical drum, which resembles the shape of the kettle drum. It is made either of clay or metal such as copper, bronze or even a thin iron sheet. The right drum or dayan is made of seesam, khair, neem or mango wood, but preference is given to sesame wood. The positioning of hands on the tabla is more natural and a variety of tonal effects can be obtained by varying the manner of striking as well as by striking different parts of both the heads of the tabla.
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