1. Saguol kêngkâi-Phîtlâm
3. Tâng-ai la
4. Zângta la and Zângta lâm
1. Saguol kêngkâi-Phîtlâm is performed using bamboo flute to synchronise the dance steps in a circular formation during the Feast of Plenty(Tâng-ai) and Feast of Boasting(Ton).
3. Tâng-ai la is usually sung by the sisters of the Host; the man who throws the Feast of bountiful Harvest of Paddy and millet(Tâng-ai). Here,in this song the sisters and relatives of the host sing proudly about the abundance of food and drinks in their brother’s house during the feast and the host sings to invite them.
Thei bang sênlâi cîn leh tuoi aw
1. Eiteng khawlkhawm a tuom om lou,
The Boys Dress: The boys wear traditionally designed long garments called Zo Puon. Here,we can see a warrior carrying the muzzle-loading gun called Zothâu, gunpowder casket made from the horn of the wild bison; Zângsiel Kî and a leather bag made of wild animal skin. The horn-bill feathers; vaphuol gie worn on their head is a precious gift from the host to his close friends and relatives. The flowery design on the head of the host and others are gifted by their sisters to honor him on the Feast of Boasting and Feast of bountiful Harvest. They are called Tuhpâl.