The Karma festival is one which observed by the tribals as well as the non-tribals. There are sufficient grounds to believe that it is an imitation of the Hindu festival. The ceremony starts with the planting of the trees.
On this occasion the tribal youths spend the whole night in singing and dancing. The traditional dance gets its name from the Karma tree, which stands for fortune and good luck.The song sung on this occasion narrate the legends of Karma and Dharma.
Dancers, both men and women, form circles around it and dance with their arms around each other’s waists. As the drum beats get quicker and louder, the dancers gain momentum and generally end in an uproarious tumult.