The Deuda is extremely popular especially in far-western region of Nepal and is performed during special occasion, festivities and for amusement purpose. The boys participants of Deuda are called Chhotta and the girls called Chhotti. They queue up in separate lines and moves their steps back and forth in rhythmic mode. An exchange of lyrical debate takes place between them wherein one side asks question of a lyrical mode and other answer in a same way. The steps, movement of body and the language involved in the dance are fascinating.