Although the dholak was originally employed in folklore, it has since developed into an instrument utilised in all genres of music. The Dholak is a property of Awanaddhy Instruments. The wooden Awanaddhy Instruments have a leather surface and are hollow on the inside. By striking them with their hands, fingers, rods, or other objects, they create noise.

The fundamental structure of the dholak is a wood shell that gives the drum its form. The foundation of the sculpture alludes to large and small drums. Additionally linked to the skin is the head. Goat skin covers the drum's smaller surface, which is used for sharp notes, and buffalo skin covers the bigger surface, which is used for low pitches. The barrier around the shell is made of rope or thread. On sometimes, it contains