The dancers of Hozagiri twist the lower parts of their bodies, adhering to a specific rhythm, without bothering the lighted lamp and also the bottle. Generally, Hozagiri Dance is performed during the month of April. Hozagiri Dance is displayed during new harvests and for worshipping the Goddess of Wealth, Lakshmi and is basically a female dance. Dance experts have linked Hozagiri Dance to some famous Indian classical dances including Manipuri and Kuchipudi. They are of the view that this exclusive dance-form can compete with all the classical dances practised in the nation.
Some musical instruments like Flute which is made from Bamboo and Bamboo cymbals and also Khamb are employed by musicians for accompanying Hozagiri Dance. The womenfolk of Reang tribes are clad in 'Rea' and 'Pachra' costumes for the performance of Hozagiri Dance. They also wear coins ring which embellish the upper part of their bodies and wear rings of coin in their ears. The dancers are also fond of wearing flowers as jewels, thereby exuding a sweet, floral fragrance as they dance. While the women dance, the men sing the lyrics of the accompanying song while playing the 'Sumui' and other instruments. Sometimes the women also join the menfolk in participating in the chorus team, in singing group. The lyric are quite simple, especially when compared to the creative dance.