Definition of Mridang

1. a two-headed Indian drum [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mridang

mozzes
mozzetta
mozzettas
mozzette
mozzie
mozzies
mozzle
mozzles
mp
mph
mpororoite
mpreg
mpret
mprets
mridang (current term)
mridanga
mridangam
mridangams
mridangas
mridangs
mrigal
mroseite
msasa
mscf
msec
msgs
msh
msh-releasing hormone
msh release-inhibiting hormone

Literary usage of Mridang

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The American History and Encyclopedia of Music by Janet M. Green, Josephine Thrall (1908)
"To beat the mridang is an art in itself and years are necessary for the attainment of proficiency. ..."

2. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1854)
"... or Indian lyre, to pitch the key (which instrument the speakers also, for form sake, carried on their left arms) ; two players of the mridang, ..."

3. Brahmoism; Or, History of Reformed Hinduism from Its Origin in 1830, Under by Ramachandra Vasu, Ram Chandra Bose (1884)
"... singing a hymn with the accompaniment of the mridang, the conch- shell and cymbals, till they reached the bathing ghaut of the Komala ..."

4. Handbook of the Bengal Presidency: With an Account of Calcutta City by John Murray (Firm), Edward Backhouse Eastwick (1882)
"... on the mridang ; an emaciated hermit giving lessons ; a lady standing by a door with a pet parrot ; another standing on a tortoise. ..."

5. The American History and Encyclopedia of Music by Janet M. Green, Josephine Thrall (1908)
"To beat the mridang is an art in itself and years are necessary for the attainment of proficiency. ..."

6. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1854)
"... or Indian lyre, to pitch the key (which instrument the speakers also, for form sake, carried on their left arms) ; two players of the mridang, ..."

7. Brahmoism; Or, History of Reformed Hinduism from Its Origin in 1830, Under by Ramachandra Vasu, Ram Chandra Bose (1884)
"... singing a hymn with the accompaniment of the mridang, the conch- shell and cymbals, till they reached the bathing ghaut of the Komala ..."

8. Handbook of the Bengal Presidency: With an Account of Calcutta City by John Murray (Firm), Edward Backhouse Eastwick (1882)
"... on the mridang ; an emaciated hermit giving lessons ; a lady standing by a door with a pet parrot ; another standing on a tortoise. ..."

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