The instruments used in the Malwai Giddha are not merely for show. The performer has to play it in rhythm. The performer needs to know not only how to play the instrument but also the way to carry it. The instruments are decorated.
The folk instruments used in Malwai Giddha are:
* Chimta :A chimta \ literally meaning tongs, is a traditional percussion instrument of South Asia, often used in popular Punjabi Bhangra music. The chimta consists of a long, flat folded piece of metal steel strip, often with 7 pairs of small metal jingles. The rings are plucked in a downward motion to produce tinkling sounds.It is also used for cooking chapati in almost every Indian home.
Chimtas with large discs are used at rural festivals while ones with smaller discs are often used as an accompaniment to bhangra dancers and
* Tumbi ::The Tumbi (Punjabi ਤੂੰਬੀ tūmbī) is a traditional North Indian instrument from the Punjab region. The high pitched, single string plucking instrument is associated with folk music of Punjab and presently very popular in Western Bhangra music.
The instrument is made of a wooden stick mounted with a toomba or wooden resonator covered with skin. A metallic string is passed on a resonator over a bridge and tied to the key at the end of the stick. The string is struck with the continuous flick and retraction of the forefinger.
The tumbi was popularized by the Punjabi folk-singer Lal Chand Yamla Jatt. In the 1960s, 70s and 80s most of the singers used the tumbi. The most popular were Kuldip Manak, Amar Singh Chamkila and Mohammed Sadiq.
* Sapp Chikka Strips made of wood in Multiple X Shape
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* Buckchu It Looks Like Damru but on One side it Has A string Which has to be striked to made sound "BUKCHU" that is why it is called Bukchu
* Dholki Dholaki (ਢੋਲਕੀ) is a North Indian, Pakistani and Nepalese double-headed hand-drum. It may have traditional lacing or turnbuckle tensioning: in the former case rings are used for tuning, though the dholak is mainly a folk instrument, lacking the exact tuning of the tabla or the pakhawaj. It is widely used in qawwali, kirtan and various styles of North Indian folk music. It was formerly much used in classical dance
* Gadvi-Chhitar It is normal Home vessel "GarhWi" Used to make sound with some thing
* Been Different From Sapera Been
Every Action is Performed With These Instruments
Beats are made in rythm by Bachelors and they sing Boliyaa