Here is the sight of an ancient village. Houses were constructed on two platforms, the lower one being the porch. They were centered around a main park, or great common gathering lawn where both every day life and religious celebrations were held. The priest lived at the highest point in the village, here marked by a banyan tree planted by one of the early priests of the tribe. In his complex, he oversaw sacrifices and live captives. The captives were kept in a deep pit in the ground at the roots of the banyan tree until they were fattened enough for sacrifice.