Mridangam meaning

mridäŋgəm
A double-headed, barrel-shaped drum of India.
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An ancient Indian percussion instrument, a two-sided drum whose body is usually made from a hollowed piece of jackfruit wood. Connected with hindu mythology in which numerous gods play this instrument: Ganesha, Shiva, Nandi, Hanuman etc.
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Origin of mridangam

Sanskrit मृदंग