Jhanjh Cymbal Pair Clapper Bell
Jhanjh Cymbal Pair Clapper Bell
Jhanjh Cymbal Pair Clapper Bell
Jhanjh Cymbal Pair Clapper Bell
Jhanjh Cymbal Pair Clapper Bell

Jhanjh Cymbal Pair Clapper Bell

Rs. 2,975.00
  • Estimated Delivery:Oct 11 - Oct 15

  • Free Shipping & Returns: On all orders over INR 4999

Size & Weight

5 (D) Inches | 300 Gm

Material

Kansa

Care Instructions

To clean, simply hand wash this vessel with use of lime & salt, wood ash or Pitambari powder.

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Jhanjh Cymbal Pair Clapper Bell

Jhanjh Cymbal Pair Clapper Bell

Rs. 2,975.00
Product description
  • Made with 100% Kansa(bronze), this Indian cymbal instrument called Jhanjh measures 5.0" inches in diameter.

  • A handheld instrument of India, this indigenous Jhanjh is a rhythmic instrument that falls in the group of metal clapper.The Jhanjh is a pair of large discs, each with a graded central depression. In the middle of the outer side there is a finger resting cord, and the instrument is firmly held within the fingers and always struck frontally to produce a resonant sound.It is an ancient instrument; examples of which can be seen on old temple walls.

  • This handmade cymbal instrument has been crafted by skilled artisans from India. Played to invoke spiritual energy, this product is Earth friendly, highly durable & corrosion resistant. This handcrafted cymbal will remain the same for decades to come.

  • The traditional devotional bands of Rajasthan across India used to play Jhanjh. This product supports and empowers a landless Hindu artisan community called 'Thathera' of Rajasthan. It preserves the rare craft of casting bronze metal in India.

  • Quality satisfaction and timely delivery are assured for this handcrafted artefact. To be sure of authenticity, we recommend you to buy this product from dekulture brand only. To clean metal body of the cymbal, use wet or dry cloth
Craft Type & Story

Discover some of the most exquisite and ancient Indian musical instruments. Our antique range of instruments consists of Kamaycha, Sarangi, and Surando, while our authentic range includes Rawanhatta, Been, Jodiya Pava, Dhad, Manjeera, Morchang, Deru, Damru, and Thali. They are a delight not just to people who create music, but also to the ones who appreciate it. The antique instruments are almost on the verge of extinction due to a lack of artisans or the unavailability of raw materials. There are only a handful of artisans left in India who are still making them. Therefore, they are being procured and resorted in cooperation with regional communities and not being reproduced further. Thus, they are rarely sold in retail markets anywhere on the planet. We, however, can reproduce authentic instruments from our range repeatedly as a few craftsmen are still alive, Indigenous musical instruments from India are impeccable pieces. One can treasure them or gift them as a souvenir. We ensure the design, production, and delivery of these handcrafted artefacts. The package includes a booklet of the h instruments' history, significance, and technicalities.