The village of Bena is claimed to have existed since 1,200 years ago. The people living in the village have maintained the megalithic character of the village. Bena is the oldest sub-ethnic group and is therefore placed at the center of the village.

The village of Bena is claimed to have existed since years ago. The people living in the village have maintained the megalithic character of the village. Bena is the oldest sub-ethnic group and is therefore placed at the center of the village.

The village of Bena is claimed to have existed since 1,200 years ago. The people living in the village have maintained the megalithic character of the village. Bena is the oldest sub-ethnic group and is therefore placed at the center of the village.

The village of Bena is claimed to have existed since years ago. The people living in the village have maintained the megalithic character of the village. Bena is the oldest sub-ethnic group and is therefore placed at the center of the village.

The village of Bena is claimed to have existed since 1,200 years ago. The people living in the village have maintained the megalithic character of the village. Bena is the oldest sub-ethnic group and is therefore placed at the center of the village.

The village of Bena is claimed to have existed since years ago. The people living in the village have maintained the megalithic character of the village. Bena is the oldest sub-ethnic group and is therefore placed at the center of the village.

To Bena villagers, Mt. Inerie is the natural resting place of female ancestors, called bhaga -  and the abode of their god Zeta. The mountain is best visited during June to August when the sky is mostly clear so climbers can see both the Savu Sea and Bajawa at the same time from the same place.

To Bena villagers, Mt. Inerie is the natural resting place of female ancestors, called bhaga - and the abode of their god Zeta. The mountain is best visited during June to August when the sky is mostly clear so climbers can see both the Savu Sea and Bajawa at the same time from the same place.

To Bena villagers, Mt. Inerie is the natural resting place of female ancestors, called bhaga -  and the abode of their god Zeta. The mountain is best visited during June to August when the sky is mostly clear so climbers can see both the Savu Sea and Bajawa at the same time from the same place.

To Bena villagers, Mt. Inerie is the natural resting place of female ancestors, called bhaga - and the abode of their god Zeta. The mountain is best visited during June to August when the sky is mostly clear so climbers can see both the Savu Sea and Bajawa at the same time from the same place.

To Bena villagers, Mt. Inerie is the natural resting place of female ancestors, called bhaga -  and the abode of their god Zeta. The mountain is best visited during June to August when the sky is mostly clear so climbers can see both the Savu Sea and Bajawa at the same time from the same place.

To Bena villagers, Mt. Inerie is the natural resting place of female ancestors, called bhaga - and the abode of their god Zeta. The mountain is best visited during June to August when the sky is mostly clear so climbers can see both the Savu Sea and Bajawa at the same time from the same place.


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