Chimta is mostly used in popular Punjabi folk songs.
The chimta consists of a long, flat piece of steel or iron that is pointed at both ends, and folded over in the middle
The instrument is played with both hands.
Chimta is also used while singing kirtans and bhajans in temples or congregations.
The chimta is also played along with the dholak and at weddings.
Size: 36 inch with 10 pairs of brass Jingle bells