There are different sizes of khoeki, but inside, they are divided into men’s and women’s, as well as flat, yamban, and table. A female’s or tabular snuff is a small flat, round oval, without a fixed base.
It is placed in a circular silk bag with a folded mouth and worn on the hip. A man’s snuff is different in size and size, and he wears it on his belt by making a daalin made according to the size of his snuff.
Daalin was a criterion for judging how skillful a man’s wife is in sewing, how well a mother-in-law cares for her daughter-in-law, and how much a husband cares for his daughter-in-law. There is also a pair of snuffs joined by the kidneys.
It was customary to give such a small pair of bags to a family where twins were born. Also two different tam.hi were used. A snuff bag made of gold, silver, coral, and turquoise made of precious stones such as flint, mana, gartaam, chungchignorov, etc., was used for festivals, festivals, the lunar month, and journeys.
Snuff spoons, on the other hand, are usually made of wood and iron ivory. In addition to asking for peace, it is customary for people who have broken their friendship or quarreled to meet again, talk about their longed-for thoughts, remove their grudges, and express a sign of reconciliation, saying that they will leave with no regrets.
To meet in the same way, two people take out their respective snuffs from the table and hold them half-vertically in the palms of their right hands.
When doing this, the head is slightly opened, and when it is turned, it is held back in the same way. When smoking with an elderly person, hold the snuff in your left hand and rest your right hand on the elbow. After smoking like this, I will talk about my work.