Note: this is a draft. Please let me know if you have comments, suggestions, or pictures.

Shares the shape with the naitu, but its bottom is covered with leather. It is a medium to large mala with a skin cap that also functions as a cup. It is used to store milk for the man of the household. He receives it from his wife’s mother when he is married and uses it for his entire life. Part of the wood, e.g. the top half, may be decorated with red ochre. Typically, when a man comes home, he looks for the seenderi, and thus does not have to ask for food. It is always left full by his wife. A murran will never drink from this mala.

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