The pond of the village named Kharaji supplies water for agriculture in the area. Each year, after the water collection period, a ceremony is held to lift the ban on fishing.
The end of the ban means that villagers are allowed to catch fish on a certain day using simple tools made in a traditional way.
The removal of the fishing ban happens 2 or 3 times a year depending on the amount of water. In deep parts, a boat is used and in shallow parts tools are employed for fishing including one dubbed Kerfa by the locals.
Pike, salmon and common carp are found in the pond.
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