Long long ago, there was one king named Mokkhya Raja (Daksha ?). He had two sons named Changali and Jangali( in some Bijak it is written as Bangali) and one hundred daughters and married to different men, gods, Rakshasha, Danava and various spirits. The wife of Siva, the mother of Ravana (of Ramayana fame) are also said to be daughters of Mokkhya Raja (Daksha). Out of the hundred daughters, seven went to the fairies, five went with the spirits of Haja-Pir Khana, the skin disease causing spirits, seven went with the Deins, the witches(blood sucking spirits), others daughter is Moginhi}. After the death of Mokkhya Raja, his sons divided the kingdom into two parts. Kajol Pudi and Sibong Pudi were also two of their sisters.
One day Kajol Pudi and Sibong Pudi had the desire to have Jangallya Shak and Lelhom Pada. So they went to a Rannya (abandoned Jhum) in search of vegetable. There they collected Lelhom Pada and Jangallya Shak and went to the Jhum hut for a rest. There they searched louse from each others head and later slept. When they woke up they found that the sun was down. Kajol Pudi said it was setting down and Sibong Pudi said it was getting up. So they had an heated argument. At last they decided that, the one whose claim is not right will become a slave of the other till the sun and the moon is there. In the mean time, Sibong Pudi spread her lower garment soaked with periodic menustural blood so that it shows like the sun is setting down and her claim was found right and Kajol Pudi the elder sister had to become her slave.

After living for many years, Kajol Pudi asked her sister for how long she should remain her slave and why not she free her from slavery. Sibong Pudi replied her that she cannot do it as per the promise since the sun and the moon are there. So with sorrow Kajol Pudi went in search of the god who had created the sun and the moon. After travelling many places at last she met one sage named Sukra Charjya. There she looked after the sage and also had sex and got impregnated. At last the sage asked her to bring seven mustard seeds in a covered earthen pot. He blew mantra on the mustard seeds and covered it up. He then asked her to go home and warned her not to remove the cover even on asking by others. On reaching home, Sibong Pudi enquired about the contents of the pot. But she would not tell it. At last she opened it and lo came out seven wasp who were flying after Sibong Pudi. Sibong Pudi was crying for her rescue and at last Kajol Pudi took a promise from her to free her from the slavery if she rescues her. On her agreeing so, she rescued her and became free from slavery. Kajol Pudi gave birth a male child who was named Kala Khedor.
In the mean time Changali and Jangali had clash over their kingdom. They wanted to grab each other kingdom and had a fierce battle and died of each others’ arrow wound and Kajol Pudi and Sibong Pudi became the ruler of their lands. They ruled them till their old age.

As they were the demons, they decided to go to the Nether Land making Kala Khedar the son of Kajol Pudi ruler of their lands. On the enquiry of Kala Khedor as to how to get offerings/Pujas from the human beings, they are said to have told him, If we go to the Nether Land, our Chhalang (shades) will remain on the earth. You bury our shades as: the head in the east, the legs in the west, the right hand in the north, the left hand in the south and the trunk at the middle. And we will make offensive places everywhere. The head will be known as – Ek Michchya Bheedha, the eyes – Badol Khat, the ears –Biji Khat, the nose – Nago Khat, the neck – Chhina Kijing, the armpit – Rijhyang, the cheat – Nau Tana, the navel – Tara Pochchya gat, the Elbow – Dyo Dhulon, Vagina – Haja, Kuluk, the anus – Ugudho gat, the cocynx – Kamar Dogan, the knee joints – Byatra Bheedha, the ankles – Tudhing Khola etc. In this way we will place offence in various places. If we have the desire to take Lelhom Pada and Jangallhya Shak, we will catch hold of human beings and the human will perform Daru Kubo, Khang Banha, Jaga Mara etc and they will worship you with or without sacrifice of animal. We will also take it with you. We will then release our holds. This tale needs to be recited at the time of offering of cooked provisions.
The following are the hunted places which the Chakmas avoid to construct a house, cultivate a land or make any village. They are also known as Chhatrich Makhām:
(1) Bādol Khāt (Bats cave) – the eye.,
(2) Tārā pochchyā gāt (a hole, the anus) – ear hole. Den of bats.
(3) Biji Khāt (the ear)
(4) Byāttrā Bhidyā- theknee.. -.
(5) Cherāk Ghar
(6) Chhinā kijing- the neck
(7) Debedā Gourh
(8) Dyo Dhulon- the elbow. A tree whose both ends are rooted and a stream flown between or whose middle is up. The swing of Diyo, the male fairy.
(9) Tārā Pochchyā Gāt- a pit, the navel.
(10) Gera Aruk- the figure of a millipede, the backbone.
(11) Gongā- Damdamā/Mājā- triangular stream source.
(12) Hājā- Pihr Khānā the salt forming stream or place. Female organ.
(13) Heil Gāch- a big evergreen trees, it is believed to be the abode of ghost.
(14) Jāmā Bāch- paired bamboo.
(15) Kājhee- the rope (four limbs)
(16) Kāmār Dogān – the cockyncs.
(17) Kara Mādi
(18) Khār Chhāgoni (ash strainer) .
(19) Kodoro Tong- the holes of pigeons.
(20) Ubho Dogān- (navel). – Den of porcupine
(21) Kuung Gāch- Legs. Where two line of trees, three each are found.
(22) Māgeim
(23) Manap Āruk- (the body)/Munichsyora/Nimuchchya Āruk- skeleta figure made by six tillas.
(24) Tudhing Khalā- the ankle.
(25) Nāga Khāt-a place where water flows from two sources of a cave ie. the nose)
(26) Nah Tānā- the chest
(27) Neil Chumo Gāt-(mouth to ass), a tunnel, a borrow, – the mouth.
(28) Pāāh Murho- the three hiils formed like the posts of a oven
(29) Pāgochyā Gāch- (parasital trees), abode of ghost..
(30) Ubudho gāt (the anus
(31) Puri Khāt – Den of fairies
(32) Puri Khalā- the field of fairies.
(33) Rādhā Ghara Chuk- a hill top, the head.
(34) Rijhyang, a water fall.-armpit
(35) Sāmugho Leijha Bach- snail tailed bamboo. ..
(36) Tāng Mhāng Ghāt.TALE OF DUJHO JĂGĂ THE HQAUNTED PLACES OF THE CHAKMAS
Long long ago, there was one king named Mokkhya Raja (Daksha ?). He had two sons named Changali and Jangali( in some Bijak it is written as Bangali) and one hundred daughters and married to different men, gods, Rakshasha, Danava and various spirits. The wife of Siva, the mother of Ravana (of Ramayana fame) are also said to be daughters of Mokkhya Raja (Daksha). Out of the hundred daughters, seven went to the fairies, five went with the spirits of Haja-Pir Khana, the skin disease causing spirits, seven went with the Deins, the witches(blood sucking spirits), others daughter is Moginhi}. After the death of Mokkhya Raja, his sons divided the kingdom into two parts. Kajol Pudi and Sibong Pudi were also two of their sisters.
One day Kajol Pudi and Sibong Pudi had the desire to have Jangallya Shak and Lelhom Pada. So they went to a Rannya (abandoned Jhum) in search of vegetable. There they collected Lelhom Pada and Jangallya Shak and went to the Jhum hut for a rest. There they searched louse from each others head and later slept. When they woke up they found that the sun was down. Kajol Pudi said it was setting down and Sibong Pudi said it was getting up. So they had an heated argument. At last they decided that, the one whose claim is not right will become a slave of the other till the sun and the moon is there. In the mean time, Sibong Pudi spread her lower garment soaked with periodic menustural blood so that it shows like the sun is setting down and her claim was found right and Kajol Pudi the elder sister had to become her slave.
After living for many years, Kajol Pudi asked her sister for how long she should remain her slave and why not she free her from slavery. Sibong Pudi replied her that she cannot do it as per the promise since the sun and the moon are there. So with sorrow Kajol Pudi went in search of the god who had created the sun and the moon. After travelling many places at last she met one sage named Sukra Charjya. There she looked after the sage and also had sex and got impregnated. At last the sage asked her to bring seven mustard seeds in a covered earthen pot. He blew mantra on the mustard seeds and covered it up. He then asked her to go home and warned her not to remove the cover even on asking by others. On reaching home, Sibong Pudi enquired about the contents of the pot. But she would not tell it. At last she opened it and lo came out seven wasp who were flying after Sibong Pudi. Sibong Pudi was crying for her rescue and at last Kajol Pudi took a promise from her to free her from the slavery if she rescues her. On her agreeing so, she rescued her and became free from slavery. Kajol Pudi gave birth a male child who was named Kala Khedor.
In the mean time Changali and Jangali had clash over their kingdom. They wanted to grab each other kingdom and had a fierce battle and died of each others’ arrow wound and Kajol Pudi and Sibong Pudi became the ruler of their lands. They ruled them till their old age.
As they were the demons, they decided to go to the Nether Land making Kala Khedar the son of Kajol Pudi ruler of their lands. On the enquiry of Kala Khedor as to how to get offerings/Pujas from the human beings, they are said to have told him, If we go to the Nether Land, our Chhalang (shades) will remain on the earth. You bury our shades as: the head in the east, the legs in the west, the right hand in the north, the left hand in the south and the trunk at the middle. And we will make offensive places everywhere. The head will be known as – Ek Michchya Bheedha, the eyes – Badol Khat, the ears –Biji Khat, the nose – Nago Khat, the neck – Chhina Kijing, the armpit – Rijhyang, the cheat – Nau Tana, the navel – Tara Pochchya gat, the Elbow – Dyo Dhulon, Vagina – Haja, Kuluk, the anus – Ugudho gat, the cocynx – Kamar Dogan, the knee joints – Byatra Bheedha, the ankles – Tudhing Khola etc. In this way we will place offence in various places. If we have the desire to take Lelhom Pada and Jangallhya Shak, we will catch hold of human beings and the human will perform Daru Kubo, Khang Banha, Jaga Mara etc and they will worship you with or without sacrifice of animal. We will also take it with you. We will then release our holds. This tale needs to be recited at the time of offering of cooked provisions.
The following are the hunted places which the Chakmas avoid to construct a house, cultivate a land or make any village. They are also known as Chhatrich Makhām:
(1) Bādol Khāt (Bats cave) – the eye.,
(2) Tārā pochchyā gāt (a hole, the anus) – ear hole. Den of bats.
(3) Biji Khāt (the ear)
(4) Byāttrā Bhidyā- theknee.. -.
(5) Cherāk Ghar
(6) Chhinā kijing- the neck
(7) Debedā Gourh
(8) Dyo Dhulon- the elbow. A tree whose both ends are rooted and a stream flown between or whose middle is up. The swing of Diyo, the male fairy.
(9) Tārā Pochchyā Gāt- a pit, the navel.
(10) Gera Aruk- the figure of a millipede, the backbone.
(11) Gongā- Damdamā/Mājā- triangular stream source.
(12) Hājā- Pihr Khānā the salt forming stream or place. Female organ.
(13) Heil Gāch- a big evergreen trees, it is believed to be the abode of ghost.
(14) Jāmā Bāch- paired bamboo.
(15) Kājhee- the rope (four limbs)
(16) Kāmār Dogān – the cockyncs.
(17) Kara Mādi
(18) Khār Chhāgoni (ash strainer) .
(19) Kodoro Tong- the holes of pigeons.
(20) Ubho Dogān- (navel). – Den of porcupine
(21) Kuung Gāch- Legs. Where two line of trees, three each are found.
(22) Māgeim
(23) Manap Āruk- (the body)/Munichsyora/Nimuchchya Āruk- skeleta figure made by six tillas.
(24) Tudhing Khalā- the ankle.
(25) Nāga Khāt-a place where water flows from two sources of a cave ie. the nose)
(26) Nah Tānā- the chest
(27) Neil Chumo Gāt-(mouth to ass), a tunnel, a borrow, – the mouth.
(28) Pāāh Murho- the three hiils formed like the posts of a oven
(29) Pāgochyā Gāch- (parasital trees), abode of ghost..
(30) Ubudho gāt (the anus
(31) Puri Khāt – Den of fairies
(32) Puri Khalā- the field of fairies.
(33) Rādhā Ghara Chuk- a hill top, the head.
(34) Rijhyang, a water fall.-armpit
(35) Sāmugho Leijha Bach- snail tailed bamboo. ..
(36) Tāng Mhāng Ghāt.

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