In the final death ceremony (bojja), the Bilimaggas closely follow the bants, except as regards the funeral car.
In their marriage ceremonies, they closely imitate the bants.
On one occasion, a dispute arose between two bants in connection with the question of precedence.
Their social position is said to be somewhat inferior to that of the bants.
Further details in connection with bhūtha worship will be found in the articles on bants, Nalkes, and Paravas.
The headman among the bants is generally called Guttinayya, meaning person of the guttu or site.
The Billavas, like the bants, have a number of exogamous septs (balis) running in the female line.
It is performed once in ten, fifteen, or twenty years by well-to-do Billavas or bants.
The caste has numerous balis (septs), which are evidently borrowed from the bants and Billavas.
The Kudiyas who have settled on the plains have adopted the ceremonial observances of the bants and other castes.