|Meaning||True Dance of the T’boli|
|Dance Culture||Indigenous Hill Community|
|Place of Origin||Lake Seibu, South Cotabato|
|Classification||Entertainment / Mimetic|
|Background / Content|
One of the more popular dances amongst the T’boli of Lake Seibu in South Cotabato, this is a dramatic narrative of an injured bird being coaxed by the rest of the flock to fly in spite of its injury. Kadal Taju is commonly performed in the last day of the wedding celebration Mo’ninum and festivities during crop planting and harvest.