Olo Inyar and Kese Inyar rivers take their beginning in Yamantau mountain, interflowing near the village of Inyar.

They say, the two rivers had a bitter quarrel over the direction in which they should flow. It was then agreed that the earlier riser would run to the right, and the sleeper would take to the left. Next morning Olo Inyar was the first to wake up and he dashed forward at once while his younger brother was still asleep. Kese Inyar sprang from his sleep and rushed after his elder brother in the same direction.

Though not narrower than his elder brother, Kese Inyar was called "Kese"- "younger". Yet, the elder brother runs faster than the younger one.