A container made of coconut palm leaf, partly plaited. The container is to be planted in the middle of a newly opened field which has been cultivated for the first time, and before the first planting, to receive offerings. Made by Ama Rihi Ga, Seba. The container has a small bowl-like section made of woven plant fibre.
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