Dholaks are played when it struck with both hands which is one of the folk drum of northern India. This is usually of barrel (hallow) shaped with goat leather (tanned skin) on both sides.
As per the artisan some of the products are:
1. Rhamba samba
4. Jambae (UP)
Dholaks are varied based on the plain and design surface which usually attracts the children. For small dholaks the rate varies from Rs. 200 to Rs. 250 and for bigger dholak it varies from Rs. 300 to Rs. 350. Even wooden dholak with carvings for aesthetics costs more than Rs 5000.