The ghatam, one of the most ancient percussion instruments of South India, is a mud pot with open and narrow mouth. Known as Noot in Kashmir and Mudki in Rajasthan, it was used more or less in folk dance music. But in Southern India, it has become an highly sophisticated instrument, played at concert level.
The Ethnic Percussion ghatam includes in construction all possible knowledge to transfer a clay form -like indian ghatam- to a speaker, according to standards of his tradition. Also Ethnic Percussion ghatam has been used in music performances at Chennai from the musician Vikku Vinayakram.