is a sturdy wood fence that is set up around a cultivated land such as a paddy
field or a Chena land.
animals away from paddy and other crop
and trunks of trees collected when clearing land for Chena are stacked together
and tied to create the Danduvata. A wood gate is also set in a selected place
to allow farmers entry. The Danduvata is a sturdy structure and cannot be
toppled or broken by wild animals.