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Tabla is the most popular percussion instrument of Hindustani music. It consists of a pair of drums, of which one is the treble (dayan) and the other the bass (bayan). Together they produce a fine texture of sound. The dhrupad and the dhammar alone use the pakhawaj. All other forms of Hindustani classical music use the tabla. The basic tonic note is tuned on the right drum and the left is tuned to an octave below.