Gagar

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Metal pitcher used to store water and as a musical beat instrument

Gagar (Punjabi: ਗਾਗਰ, pronounced: gāger), a metal pitcher used to store water in earlier days, is also used as a musical instrument in number of Punjabi folk songs and dances. It is played with both hands with rings worn in fingers. It is closely associated with the other music instrument, Gharha, which is an earthen pitcher.[1]

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  1. ^ "PUNJAB'S BHANGRA INSTRUMENTS". www.vikramasentamritsar.com. Retrieved 10 Mar 2012.