Definition :-

                Kato (Punjabi: ਕਾਟੋ), also spelled as Kaato or Katto, is one of 
the traditional musical instruments of Punjab. It is used in various  cultural activities specially in folk dances like Bhangra, Malwai Giddha and many other. Kato literaly means squirrel in Punjabi and named after its design similar to squirrel but used as a symbol of happiness. In Punjab, when a happy man is asked how he is? He answered, "Ajj Taan Kaato Phullan Te Aa", roughly translated to be the squirel of his mood on flowers.

Design and Playing:-
                           It is made of wood. A wooden shape of a squirrel is attached to one end of a stick the player holds the other end of the stick and pulled the ropes tied to the squirrel's mouth and tail and so the wooden squirel functions and makes low clap sound.

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