The word Kaamatan is derived from the root word tomot, a Kadazandusun term for “harvest”. Kaamatan refers to the paddy-harvesting period, which involves a series of traditional rituals culminating finally to the Magavau and commemorative Moginakan Kaamatan (Harvest) Festival, in honor oh Huminodun, the sacrificed Ponompuan — Daughter of Kinoingan (God).
KAAMATAN MENJIWAI ALAM SEMULA JADI
KAAMATAN MONUNDUAN DO WINORUN
KAAMATAN ENSOULS NATURE