Dhimsa is a popular form of folk dance
performed by the agriculturists in
district. It is one among the most colourful dances that present a tribal
kaleidoscope in costume, lyric, style and zest it is generally performed
in the local fairs
The 'Porja' caste women perform this dance, praising deity for welfare of the domestic life. Nearly 15-20 women form a chain and dance wearing typical tribal dresses and ornaments. The leading women carry a peacock feather in her hand. It is a must for newly wed because on this day the women pray for a peaceful and happy married life. The members play instruments like Mori, Thuduma and Dappu.