Commonly known as Zo Ngeina Khuado Festival is the most famous festival in the northern Chin State, especially of Tedim Zomi among the many festivals. Record date back 14th century, this festival is combination of harvest thanksgiving and New Year celebration. “Khua” means “human community” and “Do” means “treating one another well in terms of offering food” or “attack, destroy or drive away”. At the festival time, people give offerings to the good spirits for the sake of good health and prosperity at the same time drive away the bad spirits and cleanse the village and as a donation reception for the spirits of the elders passed away. Usually celebrated after the harvest time (October), but, the time may be different from area to area depending on the type of crops. The exact festival date is assigned by the Spiritualist (Thlpi) and the festival lasts three to seven days. During festival time most of the local avoid travel far but gather and celebrate with in groups of family by mean of eating together. The unique about local culture is that people hunt for the bee nearby their village to predict their future.