A view of Khezakeno, the legendary village
Belief existed that,the stone was to touch the sky if not for the stone burn during a house burn
stone" called "Tso Tawo" locally.
On the "kura-pulhro menyi", all male members including their weapons, arms etc. washed from this pond. This act symbolised purifying their body and weapons etc for the New Year.
The main source of water for the village in early days when pipeline water was not available
These stones believed to be sacred. If the stones were tampered in autumn, there would be storm, and in summer, drought.
In olden times,villagers by observing the sunrise from different hill-tops (circled) of this mountain range,the different seasons were calculated.
Belief existed that, in all seasons the water level in the well remains constant