A Chelkan shaman drum with a man-shaped handle. Solid wooden handles carved in a human form are popular among many Siberian and Mongolian drum makers. The man represents the human manifestation of the drum spirit. The two wires going outward to the rim are strung with holbogo, ingles that are shook while the shaman performs. The holbogo can also be shook in a specific direction as if shooting at an intruding spirit.