Damaru (Sanskrit: डमरु, Tibetan ཌ་མ་རུ) is a small two-headed drum, used in Hinduism and Tibetan Buddhism. In Tibetan Buddhism, the damaru is used as an instrument in meditation practices.
The drum is made of wood with leather drum heads at both ends. Usually play by single-hand. The strikers are typically beads fastened to the ends of cords around the waist of the damaru. Knots in the strings can also be used as strikers; crocheted material is also common. As the player waves the drum using a twisting wrist motion, the strikers beat on the drum head. The five colors band is 27″ long.
Dimensions: 8.75″ x 8.75″ x 3.75″