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Object: Reegyoweing, Traditional Musical Instrument

Tribe: Mog

Region: West Tripura

Height: 4.3 cm

Width: 25 cm

Length: 45.5 cm

Weight: 3000 g

Material: Wood, Wire and Leather

Description: This instrument is similar to the jal tarang, water is filled in the hollow bamboo containers along the rim and a single wire is passed through each of these containers. The leather pad in the front of the instrument is hit to produce notes in these pipes. This is a unique and experimental musical instrument developed by Debbarman.
Accession No.: 2018/12