A Damaru, sometimes spelled Damru, is a tiny two-headed drum used in Hinduism and Tibetan Buddhism. Lord Shiva's Instrument Is Known As Damru. The drum is typically constructed of wood, with leather drum heads on both ends. Typically, the drum is made of wood and metal, with leather drum heads on both ends. The resonator is made of brass.

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The damaru may be found all across the Indian subcontinent. The damaru is a power drum that, when played, is believed to generate spiritual energy. It is associated with the Hindu deity Shiva. The Sanskrit language is believed to have been recognised by the damaru's drumbeats (see Shiva Sutra for the sounds) and his performance of the cosmic dance of tandava. The damaru is used by different kinds of travelling artists because of its small portable size.

Shiva is often shown in his Nataraja form holding Damaru. He is sometimes shown in a dancing posture other than Nataraja while holding the Damaru. In certain representations, the Damaru is associated with the Trishul or trident. Damaru's voice symbolises the sound that generates and maintains the universe.