Indawi Deity Celebration as ritual includes a number of ingredients that include a female pig; horns of a he-goat, bamboo bangles with 7 rounds each double, small gourd at least 2 pieces- one for the Zu and the other for the seeds, spear, chemkol or Dao. These are bound together with a creeper called Khaoko which is a ring-like cord made up of bamboo. Worship of Idwani Deity is celebrated only once a year but in times of necessity like a family suffering from diseases may observe this more than once. When the above mentioned items are tied together it is called Idwani. During the ceremony the performer is supposed to kill a female pig. While the priest begins with his rituals since morning, in the meantime the Tucha and Becha relatives search the eligible female pig which is to be killed in the portico. This unique custom is followed with a lot of reverence within the Kuki tribes which is considered to be important for removing the difficulties and appeasing the evil spirits which can harm the people of the community. More than an agro based ritual this ritual is mainly to appease the superstition of the tribe. The meat of the pig is then dressed and cooked for the feast or Sapang which is taken by the village chief, his council of ministers, other elders and respectable people of the tribe along with the performer of Idwani and the priest.
Indawi literally means house-magic or witchcraft which also means the deity of the household. The Indawi deity is one of the most significant deities of the tribe which is not only popular among the Kuki tribes but also among the Meiteis of Manipuras well. This is considered to be the deity of the household which means that every family has a separate deity which is included among all the ritual and ceremonies of the family. This also claims that whenever the younger son the Naopa chooses to form his nuclear family then he can no longer depend on the deity of his father. As such every new family shall establish his own deity. Overall this ceremony holds a lot of relevance in the daily life of the Kuki people.
Thus Indawi Deity Celebration is amongst those celebrations which exist in the society of Kuki tribes and specifically bears the tradition of the land. Though based on the superstitions this ritual has become one of the most important parts of Kuki traditions.