There was a time in the tribal community when all the elders of the village would come together and hold a Chaupal in the middle of the village. As everyone was busy with work during the day, they gathered in the evening or at night. They used to sit, discuss, and go through each other's happiness and sorrow to help and support each other. This practice became more difficult when some people in the village stopped sharing their joys and sorrows in the Chaupal. As a result, decisions could no longer be made not only for these community members but for the entire village. Today, this tradition is hardly used by the younger generation and is falling into oblivion. The practice of Chaupal needs to be recalled and retaught through meetings because only then the communities will implement and restore it again. Thus, they will obtain a future-oriented leadership.