After their long flight through the world in search of the site that could give them a life full of harmony and tranquility, the binniguenda finally descended from the clouds in the beautiful land known today as Oaxaca, and thus, changing their wings, arms and feathers to hair, they returned to their human form.
During all the suns of its culture, Nirú became the great standard of the binniguenda. Every time they faced a defiant situation, they exclaimed Nirú, knowing that they would find the light of their gods and the promise of good fortune ahead of them.
Today, Nirú is recognized as the song that contains one of the oldest stories in our land. It has inspired our proudly indigenous people, motivating them to be better architects, farmers, thinkers, scientists, artisans, fathers, mothers and children who contribute to social and cultural development day by day.