Ottu - South Indian Instrument used in Carnatic Music
Name: Ottu (Wikipedia Page) a double reed wind instrument popular in South India and used in the genre of Carnatic music. It is used to provide a drone accompaniment to the similar nadaswaram oboe which is also used in Carnatic Music.
Wikidata item: Q7110007
External links: https://chandrakantha.com/articles/indian_music/ottu.html
Disambiguation: It is a wind instrument and a drone accompaniment to the nadaswaram oboe.
Description: Conical in shape and about two and a half feet long and can only produce a single sound and is normally held by the musician in their left hand.