Among the Bhinjias the dead are either burned or buried. In case of burying the grave is dug deep and a heap of stones are placed on top of the grave along with thorny bushes to keep away animals. Those who can afford to burn their deceased ones collect the ashes of the dead and cast them into the Ganges at Varanasi. After the death of a person the ceremony of Shradh is also performed occasionally.
Apart from these the Bhinjias also celebrate other festivals like Phagua in February, the Sarhul in April, the China Parab or the festival of sowing feast in the month of June or July, the Karma in October, or the Arwa or Kharway in the month of November
Among the Bhinjias inheritance of property is governed by the tribal customs of their community. Sons inherit the property of family and the eldest son is bestowed with the right of worshipping the ancestral gods. Girls do not inherit the property of the family. The Bhinjias have a representative assembly that comprises of members from each household. The president of the community is known as kartaha. His office is succeeded by his son. For sorting out any problem the members first debate among themselves and later the president after hearing them gives his final verdict.