Most of the villages of Hos have an akhra or dancing floor. The akhra usually is a cleared space of hard ground positioned under a scattered tree. Their dances are accompanied by melodious songs. These dances and songs keep on changing with the change of seasons. Various musical instruments accompany their performances which comprise of dama, dumeng, and rutu to name a few.
The Ho Tribe organises several festivals and one of the well known dancing festivals of the Hos is called Mage Porob, organised in the month of Magh. The festivities are organised on a staggered basis in the villages which encourages the participation of neighbouring villagers. Fancy dress competition is also an important part of this ancient dance festival
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