The following are the types of Taal made at Sri Sainath Gangadhar Dudhale, divided as per their size, weight, and appearance.
1. Bortaal: The biggest on the list, which weighs around 1 -2 kg.
2. Majutaal: It is a medium-sized clash cymbal.
3. Manjira: This type is the smallest that is mostly used in the traditional folk music of India. It plays an important part in classical music designed for dance forms like Bharat Natyam, Kuchipudi, Manipuri, Mohiniattam, Andhra Natyam, and Kathakali. It is known in different names like Tala, Talam, and Jalra in different parts of the country.
4. Ramtaal: Ramtaal is a form of the musical instrument where multiple pairs of cymbals are incorporated into two wooden handles, famously known as Karatal or Khoritaal in the northeastern part of the country.
The price of the products finished at the workshop depends mainly on their size and weight. Here smaller size Taal of approximately 500 gm cost INR 500, medium of 600gms set at INR 600 to 650 while the larger size is sold at INR 700 to 750, which usually weighs around 700gms or more.