The joyous dance performed by the boys and girls of the Zemi Naga tribal community of Meghalaya is named after the tribe, i.e. Zemi. It is generally danced near the Morung, the dormitory for the unmarried. The dancers wear their traditional colorful costumes. The male dancers wear-a headgear decorated with feathers of hornbill. The dance movements of the boys are vigorous and while dancing they leap very high and land on the ground on the beat of the rhythm. The girls while dancing twist and turn their torso with great felicity. The dance is accompanied with drums and cymbals.