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It is a double-sided barrel-shaped percussion instrument - often considered the predecessor of tabla and mridangam in India.
Pakhawaj was used as an accompanying instrument with Drupad recitals. It is also used with Indian classical dances such as Odissi, Kathak, and Marathi folk songs.
Mridangam and tabla have evolved from Pakhawaj. And dholak has come from the mridangam.
10 years and above
No. But learning any Indian classical instrument is very enriching more than easy. Connect with a good teacher, dedicate yourself completely to the art, and enjoy the process
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