Pavlov Platon - Börtö.
The grave of an old shaman named Temir-Tscharaptschylaach - the "man with an iron vizor" - is situated at the rivulet Chaastaach. The mortal remains were laid into a hollow trunk of a larch. The coffin was fitted on two branches of a big larch.
It is said that the bones of this shaman were raised two times in the past, already. The coffin and the tree decayed and the bones fell down to earth.
After the coffin fell down, a consanguine shaman offered three heads of cattle with special colouring, arranged the Ysyach-festivity, took the mortal remains of the shaman and raised them to another tree.
I can remember one raising of the mortal remainings of this shaman. I met on my way accidently the people which were planing to raise the remainings. They had a three years old bull with them. Three shamans were invited to join the rite of raising the bones. Only two were present. They killed the bull and had to entertained the assembling folk with the beef.
It is said that the mortal remainings of shamans can be raised during the offerings of a horse, too. A stallion of black color with a white snout and legs which look like the trunks of birches had to be sacrificed. At the third raising the remainings of the shaman have to be given to the earth.