Planting rituals, soil fertilization, rain and harvest.
Shamanism, medicinal practices and use of healing plants.
Gastronomy: preparations of dishes such as guinea pig, maito, tonga, guagua mama, mushunguitas, yamor drink, chicha, guaguas de pan, among others.
In the livestock field: grazing techniques, reproductive standards, signaling rites and animal cures.
Cultivation and agricultural production based on the equinoxes.
Land conservation practices and the natural environment.
Fiestas or Raymis, closely related to the Andean agricultural cycle.
Cultural knowledge such as the creation of original clothing and fabrics.
Crafts of coconut, tagua, seeds, fabrics and other materials.
Elaboration of objects such as rafts, carved wooden toys in the shape of animals, mills, crushers, marimbas, drums and cununos, baskets and fans.
History and traditions transmitted orally.
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