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bn:00520819n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2021/03/01

 No term available

 The udukkai, udukai or udukku is a member of the family of membranophone percussion instruments of India and Nepal used in folk music and prayers in Tamil Nadu. Wikipedia

bn:00520819n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2021/03/01

 No term available

 The udukkai, udukai or udukku is a member of the family of membranophone percussion instruments of India and Nepal used in folk music and prayers in Tamil Nadu. Wikipedia

IS A
 • 乐器
bn:00520819n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2021/03/01     •     Categories: Asian percussion instruments, Membranophones, Indian musical instruments, Melodic percussion...

  Udukai · Hudka

The udukkai, udukai or udukku is a member of the family of membranophone percussion instruments of India and Nepal used in folk music and prayers in Tamil Nadu. Wikipedia

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membranophone Wikidata

bn:00520819n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2021/03/01     •     Categories: Membranophone, Instrument de percussion, Instrument de musique ancien, Instrument de la musique indienne

  Hudukkâ · Hudko · Hurki · Huruk · Udukkai

L'hudukkâ, huruk, hurkî, hurko, hudko, utukkai, udukkai ou udukku est une famille d'instruments de percussion de l'Inde et du Népal. Wikipedia

bn:00520819n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2021/03/01

 No term available

 The udukkai, udukai or udukku is a member of the family of membranophone percussion instruments of India and Nepal used in folk music and prayers in Tamil Nadu. Wikipedia

bn:00520819n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2021/03/01

 No term available

 The udukkai, udukai or udukku is a member of the family of membranophone percussion instruments of India and Nepal used in folk music and prayers in Tamil Nadu. Wikipedia

bn:00520819n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2021/03/01

 No term available

 The udukkai, udukai or udukku is a member of the family of membranophone percussion instruments of India and Nepal used in folk music and prayers in Tamil Nadu. Wikipedia

bn:00520819n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2021/03/01

 No term available

 The udukkai, udukai or udukku is a member of the family of membranophone percussion instruments of India and Nepal used in folk music and prayers in Tamil Nadu. Wikipedia

bn:00520819n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2021/03/01

 No term available

 The udukkai, udukai or udukku is a member of the family of membranophone percussion instruments of India and Nepal used in folk music and prayers in Tamil Nadu. Wikipedia

bn:00520819n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2021/03/01

 No term available

 The udukkai, udukai or udukku is a member of the family of membranophone percussion instruments of India and Nepal used in folk music and prayers in Tamil Nadu. Wikipedia

IS A
bn:00520819n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2021/03/01

 No term available

 The udukkai, udukai or udukku is a member of the family of membranophone percussion instruments of India and Nepal used in folk music and prayers in Tamil Nadu. Wikipedia

bn:00520819n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2021/03/01

 No term available

 The udukkai, udukai or udukku is a member of the family of membranophone percussion instruments of India and Nepal used in folk music and prayers in Tamil Nadu. Wikipedia


 

Translations

udukai, hudka
hudukkâ, hudko, hurki, huruk, udukkai, udukku

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