A curved trumpet, made of brass, four or five metallic tubes that fit into one another, and go on broadening. Finally, it forms a large bell with a funnel shaped mouthpiece.
A pair of small, metallic cymbals which are flat, circular discs connected by a cord or cotton thread.
A large, barrel shaped drum made of wood. The sizes varies as per the place and occasion, while the thickness of the shell ranges from 2 to 3 mm.
The base of this drum is made of brass or copper. In Goa, there are 4 types of taaso.
The Nagaara is a big half-spherical drum, the shell of which is made of riveted copper or brass. This drum is struck vigorously with two stout sticks, called toniya, to produce a deep booming sound.
The dholakem is almost similar to the dhol, but smaller in size, and is mostly played during ritualistic dances.
An earthen pot having two mouths -- one broad and the other narrow. This instrument is suspended from the neck or tied to the waist of the musician, and is played with the right hand.
This instrument always accompanies the ghumot. Its base is carved out of khair wood, and this drum is available in three sizes -- small, medium and big.