This eight-year-old Malaysian boy prefers the dhol to tech gadgets

Harvin prefers to receive dhols as gifts over tech gadgets. Photos: The Star/Izzrafiq Alias

Harvin Singh seems like a shy eight-year-old but put him behind a dhol and he transforms into a confident music-making machine.

In fact, he has carved a name as one of the country’s youngest dhol players, wowing audiences at numerous occasions including Punjabi weddings, school concerts and community events around the Klang Valley.

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