If you have heard something about the musical instrument of India, then most probably, you are familiar with the kind of music that they have. India are most of the time have this passion when it comes to music. So it is not surprising that they have lots of instrumental instrument that they are using whenever they want to play it and have to unwind their mind with music that they would always wanted.
When you go to India, you will notice that this country is a country of diversity and is a rich of culture country. They are rich in culture in the sense that they are preserving all the things that are part of their history and their heritage. You can say that this country is a country with a traditional living but still contemporary. They are not left behind about the things that are happening in their surroundings and the things that are currently in the trend.
When it comes into their music, they have a passion into it. They are good in playing instruments that are good to hear. These instruments are divided into many categories depending on different types of classification. A significant classification is based on the mechanism used for producing sound under which instruments are divided into four basic categories. These categories are the strings, percussion, wind and brass. They are classified according to how they are being played.
One example of their musical instrument is the tabla. This instrument is a very popular percussion in India. It is consist of two drums called as the tabla and dagga. The tabla is the treble drum and is generally made of wood and the top is covered with stretched skin. The skin is wrapped around the wood frame with the help of leather strings called the wadi and the round wooden blocks called the gatta. The tuning is done with the help of a hammer which is struck to the on the gatta to tense or relax the skin. The dagga is generally made of brass or copper. The tabla is about 11 inches long while the dagga is about 10 inches long. This is a good instrument that is commonly used by the Indians.