Innovative Instrument For Temples

Just like any other Friday, I visited my temple. It has become a weekly ritual to me now. I was hearing the bells chiming loudly, the priest was performing the daily evening reverence to God, along with many devotees . As I joined the crowd, my eyes spotted something unique and instantly I had a smile on my face with only one thought and it was ‘Where there is a will, there is a way.’

In ancient times, there always used to be a permanent devotee for playing ‘nagada'(drum) during the prayer. However, with the decades changing so the mindset of people and now they found a better way to play the instrument with zero dependencies.

 

 

 

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