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The Madal, used mainly for rhythm-keeping in Nepalese folk music, is the most popular and widely used hand drum in Nepal. The Madal consists of a cylindrical body with a slight bulge at its center, closed on both ends..
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by Jonathan H. X. Lee, Kathleen M. Nadeau
Madal is a double-headed drum about 12 inches long with a leather strip. The drummer wearsthe strip over the head andplaysitwithbothpalms. These twopercus- sion instruments are the heartbeat of Nepali folk dance. In fact, most folk dances ...
Heritage Tourism (2009)
An Anthropological Journey to Bishnupur by Samira Dasgupta, Rabiranjan Biswas, Gautam Kumar Mallik
The name Dal Madal means destruction of enemy. Dal means enemy and mardan means destruction. Dal Madal is the corrupt form of dal mardan. On 1742 Gopal Singha Dev is said to have used this canon to get protection from the attack of ...
Gulf of Finland by NIMA
Uus Madal, a shoal with a least depth of 3.2m, lies about 4.3 miles NE of the light and is marked by lighted buoys. Niassaare Madal is an extensive rocky shoal lying parallel with and 2 miles E of the E side of the island. It is marked on the N, W, ...
The Tharu (2004)
Their Arts and Crafts by Sameera Maiti
The madal is a big double membrane drum having a cylindrical frame. The diameter of this drum is about 12-13 inches and length about 28-30 inches. After fixing the membrane to this drum, a thick cord is tied around one rim, pulled tightly and ...
Catholic School Journal (1916)
The Laetare madal is an emblem conferred by the University of ...
Javanese English Dictionary (2013)
by Stuart Robson, Dr., Singgih Wibisono
padal, madal 1 to press against; 2 to resist; madalaké to press s.t. against/to. padasan a large earthen vessel with a tap, containing water for ritual cleaning of the face, ...
by Michael Noonan, Ram Prasad Bhulanja, Jag Man Chhantyal, William Pagliuca
ay mit-jyu, wu sfiya-o ba-thyawa madal 'Hey, friend, ...
Finnish-English dictionary (1916)
by Karl Vilhelm Arminen, Eetu Aaltio
madal|lan tr. fill up with silt, silt. -lun itr.
by Bartłomiej Beniowski
MockABLE mokabl Mockex moker MockFRY mokere MoDAL madal MoDALITY moda'lite MoDE mod MoDEL model MoDELLER modeler MoDERATE moderat MoDERATELY moderatle MoDULATION modiula'shon MoDULATOR modiulator ...
by Matthew George Easton
The following table shows how the different families were dispersed: | Japheth | Gomer |Cimmerians, Armenians | Magog | Caucasians, Scythians | Madal | Medes and Persian tribes | Javan | Elishah | Greeks | Tarshish | Etruscans, Romans ...
A Maldivian Dictionary (2003)
by Christopher Hanby Baillie Reynolds
madal]; 2.hook and eye for attaching rudder: maa-diri, fennel (see s.v.): maa-duuni, kind of seabird; gini kaa maaduuni, ...
by Matthew George Easton
The following table shows how the different families were dispersed: | - Japheth | - Gomer | Cimmerians, Armenians | - Magog | Caucasians, Scythians | - Madal | Medes and Persian tribes | - Javan | - Elishah | Greeks | - Tarshish | Etruscans, ...
A Dictionary of the Economic Products of India: pt. 1. Pachyrhizus to Rye. pt. 2. Sabadilla to Silica. pt. 3. Silk to Tea. pt. 4. Tectona to Zygophillum (1893)
by Sir George Watt
Tita'na am, impure calamine=madal tu'tu m, sulphate-valley titam,TAM.; Sul ate=hitum, ...
by Holman Reference
Genesis 10:2 identifies Japheth's sons as Gomer, Magog, Madal, Javan, Tubal, Meshech, and Tiras. These names point to Japheth as having been the progenitor of the 1ndo-European peoples who lived north and west of 1sraeL See Noah; ...
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