Adivasi song from Gudalur valley – Tamil Nadu

The music of Thudi (drum) and the Cheenam (wind instrument) is accompanied by dancing. The music is interrupted by extempore stories, where the dancers make fun of each other.

CD: Putheri – Songs of the Adivasi (Track 8)

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The Nilgiris
Tamil Nadu
India

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