In this act, a young lady (Kakshi) appears,
dancing on the shoulders of andther performer
and asks people to make offerings for their
blessing and wealth.
Kakshi is believed to be the personified
local goddess, so she must not tread on
the ground, but must always stay on
the shoulders of a man.
This act is more a sacrificial service
than a play.
By welcoming kakshi, the villagers please
the goddess and pray for peace and an abundant