This is a traditional Bhutanese musical instrument known as the Chod Damaru made from bawa wood which has a copper and gold plated middle grip.
|Size||8 x 16 x 14 cm|
|Material||Wood and Leather|
The Chod Damaru is a traditional Bhutanese hand drum made from a hollowed-out piece of bawa wood. It has two small drumheads at either end, which are struck with a pair of wooden beaters to produce a high-pitched sound. This instrument is often used in religious ceremonies and rituals, and is believed to have spiritual significance in Bhutanese culture.
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