Khal Lam is another admired dance of Mizos in which a group of boys wearing particularly made shawls dance to the beat of drums and gongs.
The dancers wear one type of banded loin cloth (puan) and a uniform striped shawl
(puandum). While one beats a gong, the dancers in a row more
progressively forward, with small forward-backward steps, keeping with
the time. The arms would be flayed, along with the steps.