Pumiñ, Pubyañ, Yalyo, Yabo, Soki and Soli stand tall and proud overseeing the welfare of the village.
They are are the sacred trees - rantii piisas - in Hari Rantii. Hari rantii is one of the best sacred groves in whole of Ziro. The trees, some of the tallest trees today are said to have been named after the women who planted them when they migrated to the present habitat.
It is significant that the trees are named after women. The magnificent trees are testimony to the roles women must have played in the society from the time immemorial. One feels humbled to walk amidst these magestic trees now. It is sheer pleasure, though.