A region above, where it is always day and where all useful plants grow in abundance. It is where the gimokod on the right side of the body go to after death. Here, the souls are welcomed by Togláī and Tigyama who assign them their future homes. The place does not differ much from the present homes of the Bagobo. If a man has been a datu, chief, on earth, his spirit will have the same rank, but go to the same place as those of the common people. The gimokod of evil men will be punished by being crowded into poor houses.
- Cole, Fay-Cooper. (1913). The Wild Tribes of Davao District, Mindanao. Chicago: Field Museum of Natural History, p. 105.