Manjeera is a type of hand cymbal that consists of two small, flat pieces of metal that are held together by a string or a piece of leather. The musician holds the cymbals in both hands and strikes them together to produce a ringing sound. Manjeera is often used as an accompaniment to other musical instruments such as the tabla, harmonium, and sitar. It is also commonly used in devotional music and bhajans (devotional songs) in Hindu temples and during religious festivals. In addition to its use in traditional Indian music, Manjeera has also been incorporated into contemporary music genres, such as fusion and world music, and is often used in recordings and live performances.
✔The Taal, Manjira, Jalra, or Gini is a pair of Clash Cymbals, originating in the Indian subcontinent
✔The manjira is an Ancient Instrument, which make high-pitched percussion sounds
✔In its simplest form, it consists of a pair of small hand cymbals
✔It is used in Various Religious ceremonies of India, especially Bhajan, Kirtan, Harinaam, Lok Geet/Sangeet, Bihu music
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