Ghungroo 3 Line Cloth Yellow Ankle bell

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This is a three line Yellow ankle bell pair with each ankle bell having about 30 brass bells. This item has high quality big brass bells on the cushioned cloth pad - professional quality ankle bell... Very good sound !!! There are strings on each end of the Ankle Bell with which the performer need to tie the ankle bell to their ankles - not buckle type.

Dancers use Ankle bells while performing all kinds of asian dances. Especially belly dancers and Indian Classical dancers use ankle bells for all their performances. These bells are made by attaching ghungroos (metal bells) to leather or cloth pads.

Ankle bells are known in different names in different parts of India. In Tamilnadu, it is known as Salangai and in Kerala people call it Chilanka. In north India it is commonly calles as Ghungroo. Depending upon the age of the dancer and the size of ankles, one can choose the size of the ankle bell. Usually adults prefer a 5 line or 4 line ankle bell. For tean agers and small kids, parents can choose anything between a two line and four line.

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  • 5
    well designed !

    Posted by Cassandra S, Gainesville, Florida on 10th Jan 2013

    Thank you for the experience of shopping with you. I purchased two thirty brass bell, yellow cloth ankle ghungroo. Your product is well designed, your packaging is efficient, and your shipping very prompt. Shopping with this store has been a pleasure.

  • 5
    Ankle Dance Bells - 3 Rows on Yellow Cloth

    Posted by TM, Longview, TX on 7th Nov 2012

    These are perfect for Bollywood style dancing. They sound good and seem to be constructed well. I love that there are different colors so that you can match bells to costume...and bonus...the company had them at my doorstep almost overnight!

  • 5
    Ankle Dance Bells - 3 Rows on Cloth Material

    Posted by Imre of Headspun, LOWELL, Massachusetts on 15th Aug 2012

    I use these for recording music percussion sounds. These sound very good!

    The only thing I would with, is that the website would state what "size" bells in the product description. And also, that they would communicate a bit better regarding their products.