The theme of the whole dance is centralized on a supreme figure who is a fierce tribesman. The one who is the clad is extravagantly colored and adorned attired. The face of this tribesman is painted in such a way so as to give a frightening look with a cotton ball being placed on his nose in order to give the impression of a hideous creature.
The central character is supported by almost fifteen other men. The practice starts almost a week before the Bedara Vesha dance, and the final day of performance presents a spellbinding scene, glorious enough to make your heart pound.