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Jhallari
Jhallari

The jhallari, also known as gethuvadyam, is a string percussion instrument from South India. It consists of a large resonator (kudam) carved and hollowed out of a log (usually of jackwood), a tapering neck of 1 to 2 feet long, a string tuning box and four metal strings attached from the kudam to the tuning box. Jhallari strings are played with two small wooden or bamboo sticks,[1] one on each hand, to create rhythmic patterns or a percussive development.

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