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The husband is an active participant in this ritual.

Marriage by elopement is rather frequent, also involving women who are already married to another man.

The pastoral god Sorizan protects the herds in Fall and Winter and is thanked at the winter festival, while Goshidai does so until the Pul festival (pũ.

from *pūrṇa, full moon in Sept.) and is thanked at the Joshi (joṣi, žōši) festival in spring. The first day of Joshi is "Milk Day", on which the Kalash offer .

The main Chaumos ritual takes place at a Tok tree, a place called Indra's place, "indrunkot", or "indréyin".

Indrunkot is sometimes believed to belong to Balumain's brother, In(dr), lord of cattle.

A Kalash Man Dances during the Uchau Festival At Chaumos, impure and uninitiated persons are not admitted; they must be purified by a waving a fire brand over women and children and by a special fire ritual for men, involving a shaman waving juniper brands over the men.

There is also a ritual restoring "purity" to a woman after childbirth which must be performed before a woman can return to her husband.

Indeed, wife-elopement is counted as one of the "great customs" () together with the main festivals. If a woman wants to change husbands, she will write a letter to her prospective husband offering herself in marriage and informing the would-be groom how much her current husband paid for her.

This is because the new husband must pay double if he wants her.

In myth, Mahandeu had cheated Balumain from superiority, when all the gods had slept together (a euphemism) in the Shawalo meadow; therefore, he went to the mythical home of the Kalash in Tsiyam (tsíam) , to come back next year like the Vedic Indra ( 10.86).

If this had not happened, Balumain would have taught humans how to have sex as a sacred act.

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