File:Jhirijhiri (binaural recording).flac
Jhirijhiri_(binaural_recording).flac (FLAC audio file, length 19 s, 876 kbps overall)
|DescriptionJhirijhiri (binaural recording).flac||
English: Binaural recording of South Asian folk instrument "Jhirijhiri" (Odia: ଝିରିଝିରି) (also known as jhunu jhuni (Odia: ଝୁଣଝୁଣି), jhumuka (ଝୁମୁକା)) that is mostly played by children. It is made by weaving dried palm leaves creating a few polygons inside which sands are filled which makes the noise when played. It is sold in local fairs in rural Odisha, and in several other Indian states. Jhirijhiri is also made in Nepal and Pakistan and is called jhun jhuna in both the countries, and Kilu kiluppai (கிலுகிலுப்பை) in Tamil.
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|Completed 23:44, 14 April 2017||3.0 s|
|Completed 00:59, 25 December 2017||2.0 s|