Even though the dance form is supposed to be performed only by women, men and children also sometimes join while performing the Jhumeila dance form. This song has another representation where the traditional Jhumeila dance form refers to the women who miss their happy moments and freedom they had before marriage, especially newlywed women and also refers to their sorrow of parting away from their loved ones. People and children who perform the dance are seen wearing colourful clothing which represents the colours of flora and fauna present. Communities from different states and countries can also participate in this type of dance form. Since the Jhumeila song is sung every season, tourists keep visiting the Jhumeila community throughout the year.