Beats of Dhak; Agomoni; Durga Puja

Posted by Kaahon Desk On September 23, 2014

Durga Puja does not assume the festive aura without the maddening beats of the Dhak, the large drum that men hang around their necks and play with two thin sticks to infuse the frenzied rhythm into listeners. Those enchanting beats are enough to conjure up the sights and smells of Durga Puja.

Kaahon celebrates its first year’s Durga Puja Festival with the rhythms and sounds of Dhak, being performed in different rituals and events in Puja. Its first installment goes with AGOMONI.

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