In the evening relatives and elders collect together at the home of childs mother, and if the baby is a boy they put a knife on his swaddling clothes (Ghondagh) and if the baby is a girl, scissors or a needle and thread are put on the swaddling clothes. The child is put in red swaddling clothes or wrapped in a red cloth around the head and laid then on a large round tray (Gharbal). Locals believe that children should not be on the floor that evening. At the first grandfather or father takes the scissors or a knife out of child’s swaddling clothes and then the child is passed hand to hand around the gathering. A person who takes the baby from another person sitting next to them, saying “Give the baby, give the baby”, and the person who gives the baby says “Take the baby/take the baby” and then they sing songs.