Punjabi Dhol

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Our firm provides the dynamic range of various services to the customers such as the Punjabi Dhol in Rajasthan, India. The dhol in Punjab plays a very important part in the local culture. It has emerged as an instrument that Punjabis use as a symbol of their ethnic identity. This strong attachment is especially evident among the expatriate Punjabi communities dispersed across the earth. The use of the dhol is varied in the Punjab.  It’s use is not limited to artistic events, because it is found at political rallies, sporting events, and virtually any place that one wishes to create a festive mood. The Punjabi Dhol is also known as the “bhangra dhol” this is due to its importance in the folk dance/ song style known as bhangra. Since the bhangra has attained a worldwide audience, this version of the Dhol is probably the most well known example. The Punjabi dhol tends to be played with sticks on both sides.  However the sticks are different. There is a curved drumstick known as the dagga, and a straight drumstick known as the chanti. The chanti (straight drumstick) is used upon the high pitched side which is referred to as the “madeen”.  This drumstick is generally made of a light material such as cane. The curved one (dagga) is used on the deep pitched side this drumstick is made of a heavier wood. our services are avaialble in following cities :-Ajmer, Alwar, Banswara, Baran, Barmer, Bharatpur, Bhilwara, Bikaner, Bundi, Chittorgarh, Churu, Dausa, Dholpur.

We are highly involved in presenting the various services to the customers such as the Punjabi Dhol which are easily available to perform at many occasions at the most competitive prices in Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Kota, Ajmer, Bikaner, India.

The beating of dhol is one of the favourite musical sounds for us. Throbbing sound of dhol pronounces happiness and considered auspicious. Why not add a traditional charm to your event with our energetic Dhol players? Rajasthan Event Management provides its in-house team of Dhol players for weddings, processions, stage performances, and other festive functions. we do work at:-Dungarpur, Hanumangarh, Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jalore, Jhalawar, Jhunjhunu, Jodhpur, Karauli, Kota, Nagaur, Pali.

Dhol is a popular traditional instrument played to display festive mood during various functions and ceremonies. Whether it is a religious function or social or a private event, we provide a team of expert dhol players.

Our dhol players are proficient performers who play the dhol in group or solo as well play with the bhangra troupes. Our energetic dhol players will pull a crowd on the dance floor with the perfect rhythmic beating. our local artists are available in following cities:-Pratapgarh, Rajsamand, Sawai Madhopur, Sikar, Sirohi, Sri Ganganagar, Tonk, Udaipur, Jaipur.

Rajasthan Event Management provides dhol players for various events and ceremonies like-

• Mehndi, haldi, and sangeet functions at the wedding
• Baraat welcoming ceremony
• Bride-Groom welcome ceremony
• Wedding ceremony
• Centre-stage performance
• Wedding receptions
• Outdoor events
• Processions
• Private parties
• Stage performances
• Corporate events
• Festivals
• Religious functions
• For playing live with DJs
All our dhol players are professional and well-experienced drummers. They know what beat suits the event and how to please the crowd.

If you want to add an ethnic touch to your ceremonies, call us for to provide professional dhol players. Our dhol players come in traditional colourful costumes with playful turbans on the head. All our performers are expert in playing the instrument with professional perfection. They will beat in different styles to make moves in Bhangra style or traditionally popular tunes. our management staff are available in following cities:-Takhatgarh, Bhinmal, Kishangarh, Sumerpur, Kheroda, Ranakpur, Jhalor, Vijaynagar, Shivganj, Gogunda, Jhadol, Pawli, Phulera, Pilani, Bhiwani, Chirawa, Hisar

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our work area are :-Balloopura, Baori, Barh Fatehpura, Baseri, Basri, Beer Hathod, Beermalpura @ Mukandpura, Begas, Bhambhori, Bhoodharpura, Bichpari, Boytawala, Chak Baori, Chak Barh, Chak Basri.