As an information system, Vaaru Dohl has been a traditional practice for a long time, but it is also increasingly being forgotten. In earlier times it was used as an alarm system. As soon as people heard the sound, they immediately stopped work and quickly got together. This way, it was possible to act immediately in case of incidents or to distribute information to everyone. Due to the availability of mobile phones and media today, this tradition has been increasingly neglected and Vaaru Dhol is hardly used anymore. To keep it alive, the knowledge about it has to get back to the communities. They should be trained in meetings about it and understand the practice again. If future generations lose this knowledge, not only will the tradition be lost, but also the resulting joint cooperation.