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      Name: Kuzhal is an Indian percussion instrument, commonly found in Kerala. Locally, it is known as 'mukha veena'. Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kuzhal
      Wikidata Item: https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q3200735
      Relation: Kuzhal is related to local Indian woodwind instruments. Specifically, the south Indian instruments.
      Description: Kuzhal's main body is a conical wooden pipe with a metal bell attachment at the end. The bell is commonly known as 'Keezh anasu'. Kuzhal is used in ritual ceremonies but is forbidden during Pooja, a prayer ritual performed by Hindus. The instrument is played with both hands, with the player blowing and using one of his hands' to cover the holes and other one for balance and control while playing the instrument.
      External link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=omxlTrNOtx8

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