The Traveling Shrine of Anyavati - A teak box as long as a tall man that is a shrine to a forgotten saint. The front has several horn windows through which a small body can be seen. It is difficult to see through the yellowish windows whether the body is that of a child or a tiny woman. Both corners on the back of the box has a tumpline of braided black hair attached. If two holy men carry the box using these tumplines anyone touching the shrine will be unharmed be demons, foul spirits, or undead.