They prefer to live in eco-friendly wattle and daub houses, which can be spotted in Dambana even today, in the forest. Wattle and daub itself is a timeless technology that has undergone very little change over the years. The peasant family lives in a room a little more than 12 by 10 feet. I was surprised to see an original Wee Bissa (paddy container) in front of each cadjan thatched traditional wattle and daub house in the village. However, in line with the present trend towards small houses, wattle and daub dwellings offers a charming simplicity in an eco-friendly atmosphere.
Source: Sunday Observer October 06, 2018 21:00 UTC