Ceremonial Textile (Sarita), Toraja culture, Indonesia, Sulawesi.

Ceremonial Textile (Sarita), Toraja culture, Indonesia, Sulawesi.

Ceremonial Hanging (Porilonjong) [Rongkong Toraja people, South Sulawesi, Indonesia] (1990.335.19)

Ceremonial Hanging (Porilonjong) - Rongkong Toraja people - Sulawesi Island, Indonesia - probably century - Metropolitan Museum

Ikat from Toraja, Sulawesi, Indonesia

Pusaka Collection of Indonesian Ikat * Textile Sulawesi, Toraja, Indonesia, Warp ikat

Weaving, Tana Toraja:    Old woman making a traditional ikat at Sa'Dan To Barana weaving village.  Tana Toraja, south Sulawesi, Indonesia.

Weaving, Tana Toraja, Old woman making a traditional ikat at Sa'Dan To Barana weaving village.

Indonesia, Sulawesi, Tana Toraja, Marante village, traditional Torajan house known as tongkonan with intricate hand-carved and painted wooden wall panels and a dragon figure above a water buffalo head replica. Water buffaloes are sacrificed at funeral ceremonies.

Indonesia, Sulawesi, Tana Toraja, Marante village, traditional house known as tongkonan with intricate hand-carved and painted wooden wall panels and a dragon figure above a water buffalo head replica. Water buffaloes are sacrificed at funeral ceremonies.

Ikat from Toraja, Sulawesi, Indonesia

Pusaka Collection of Indonesian Ikat * Textile Sulawesi, Toraja, Indonesia, Warp ikat

Tana Toraja, Indonesia  Cuernos de búfalo sacrificados en honor a un difunto

Tana Toraja, Indonesia Cuernos de búfalo sacrificados en honor a un difunto

Pusaka Collection of Indonesian Ikat * Textile 064 Sulawesi Toraja Indonesia Warp ikat

Pusaka Collection of Indonesian Ikat * Textile Sulawesi, Toraja, Indonesia, Warp ikat

Toraja style house decor, Sulawesi / Indonesia

Toraja style house decor, Sulawesi / Indonesia

Tana Toraja, Indonesia

Tana Toraja, Indonesia

Rantepao, Tana Toraja. A stone cutter prepares a rock graves in Tampangallo. When a Torajan dies in Toraja land, family members of the deceased are required to hold a series of funeral ceremonies that usually last for several days before the deceased is brought to a funeral site for burial. The Toraja people live a traditional life in the forested mountains of South Sulawesi

Rantepao, Tana Toraja. A stone cutter prepares a rock graves in Tampangallo. When a Torajan dies in Toraja land, family members of the deceased are required to hold a series of funeral ceremonies that usually last for several days before the deceased is brought to a funeral site for burial. The Toraja people live a traditional life in the forested mountains of South Sulawesi

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