Hand cymbal or manjira is a standard hand percussion device of India. It’s often referred to as manjeera, tala, jalra, khartal or kartal. Manjira has an important significance in Indian people music. Mainly manjira is played within the aarti of Indian Gods & Goddesses for devotional music. Manjira in Tibetan taste is referred to as tingsha that’s a small for majira. Those cymbals utilized in prayer and rituals by means of Tibetan Buddhist practitioners. Two cymbals are joined in combination by means of a leather strap or cotton string. Manjira is principally manufactured from brass steel, however vintage taste cymbals are created from different bronze alloys that produce harmonic overtones. Despite the fact that Manjira is a small steel device, however it produces a sweet tinkling sound while struck in combination.
Hand cymbals manjira pair in brass with leather cords.
Manjeera Measurement: Width- 0.five” x Dia – 2.five”, Weight: 135 Grams
Hand cymbals manjira pair can be utilized in prayer and rituals
Home made by means of artisans of Uttar Pradesh in north India