This is a very popular ancient folk dance that uses a big drum. Dollu is a big drum-like instrument that the dancers wear while performing this dance. They beat  the right side of the drum with a stick and  the left side with bare hands. While performing the dancers hop, jump and somersault, hold jars with water in their mouth and dance without spiling a drop of it. The dancers also dance with their co-artists or children on their shoulders and yet not miss the beats.

Overall, they entertain the crowds with their steps and formations according to the increasing and decreasing beats of Dollu.