Contact Us


If you are interested in learning how to play the Dhol please contact Kam Aujla at 604 999-DHOl (3465). Alternatively, please feel free to drop us an e-mail with all your questions and we will get back to you shortly.

If you live in the lower mainland or the Fraser Valley including Abbotsford, Mission, Surrey, Vancouver, etc you may find it to convenient to stop by in person at one of our Dhol training session held at the Matsqui Recreation Centre, 3106 Clearbrook Road in
Abbotsford  every Sunday from 2:30pm to 4:30pm.

Inquiries about hiring Dhol players for your special occasion can also be directed to Kam at 604 999-DHOL (3465) or if you like please send us an e-mail (info@rnfdhol.com) with your particulars and we will get back to you shortly. In your e-mail please include the following information:

  • Your full name and phone number
  • Type of event
  • Date and Time of the event
  • Exact Address of the event
  • Number of Dhol players required

Our e-mail address is Info@RnFDhol.com


Articles

2009-09-15
Famous Dhol Ustaads

Popular desi beats In Bhangra dance is no news to the music lovers worldwide. With mesmerizing and energizing sound of dhols around in a typical Punjabi gathering, you can’t resist to put your foot down and enjoy the desi music. more

20069-09-15
History of the Dhol

Desi Dhol music has witnessed international fame. The dhol music has been used in several Hollywood and bollywood films. Though primarily the dhol music originated from Punjab, today you could find a custom made dhol almost everywhere. more

20069-09-15
DHOL BOLS and COMMON BEATS

Before you can learn to play any beat, you need to learn the bols (how to hit the Dhol)more

 
 


the RnF Dhol Club dedicates itself to the art of playing the Dhol, an ancient Indian drum popularly used in dances and celebrations all throughout India.