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Damru Damru is one of the attributes of Lord Shiva. The sound of Damru is the sound of Omkara. Amazing thing about Damru is, it gives one beat at a time, the chords at both ends strike at the same time, and how many times you play it, it gives same beat every-time, no variations; yet, its sound can go high and low but sound goes in the same beat. The beat of Damru symbolizes the sound of Aum, the all pervading sound, which also has the only one beat without any variations, that is existing since the infinity. When Lord Shiva plays Damru, He plays Omkara, and when He dances with it, he is called Natraja.
This Manjira Taal made in brass with easy grip in both hand. The Manjira Taal is a traditional percussion instrument. In its simplest form, it is a pair of small hand cymbals. It is also known as manjeera, taal, jalra, khartal or kartal. Though Manjeera Taal is a small metal Instrument, but it produces a sweet tinkling sound when struck together while doing Jugalbandhi with other Instruments. However, Manjeera playing is not an easy task, it requires a lot of Abhyasa (practice) and deep knowledge of Sur and Taal. Unlike other musical instruments such as Tabla, Mrudang, Shehnai this instrument did not get much recognition and appraisal from listeners. They often accompany folk or devotional music. It is used in various religious ceremonies of India, especially bhajans. The manjira is an ancient instrument. Pictures of it have been found in temples dating back to the earliest times. They produce a rhythmic tinkling sound when struck together. The sound's pitch varies according to their size, weight and the material of their construction. A player can also adjust the timbre by varying the point of contact while playing.