Bamboo Dance


The chief asked the boy to undergo a test. His test was to jump in and out of the ensuing gaps successfully to the measure of speed timed by the drum. He successfully got through the test by singing "chom chomdoh in" which means "jump in, jump out". Lunso Beru Cultural Club of Shamator Town from the Yimchunger troupe performed Kheangberü Khün, a folk song which is sung during Tsüngkamnio festival which occurs during the second week of January.;
This dance is performed by men over 15 years of age. It symbolises victory over enemies or big animals which was considered as an equal trophy. This was followed by bamboo dance called Sutha Lam by the Kuki Troupe which originated from the story of a village chief's daughter and an orphan boy who were lovers.|