Tour in Tana Toraja

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

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Toraja Coffee Beans

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Jay Tindall travels to the fascinating and somewhat gruesome spectacle of a Torajaland funeral, one of the most interesting cultural events in Southeast Asia. Circuit Bali, Places Around The World, Around The Worlds, Travel Magazines, Yogyakarta, Lombok, Archipelago, Model Homes, Incredible India

Tana Toraja, Indonesia

The buffalo horns from past funerals are displayed on the front of Torajan homes.

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Traditional, Tana Toraja

In Toraja society, the funeral ritual is the most elaborate and expensive event. The richer and more powerful the individual, the more expensive is the funeral. In the aluk religion, only nobles have the right to have an extensive death feast. The death feast of a nobleman is usually attended by thousands and lasts for several days. A ceremonial site, called rante, is usually prepared in a large, grassy field where shelters for audiences, rice barns, and other ceremonial funeral structures…

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Every few years the people of Toraja in South Sulawesi, Indonesia, dig up the bodies of their deceased ancestors. They do it for a ritual called Ma’nene, or The Ceremony of Cleaning Corpses. Zombies, Egyptian Women, Weird World, Memento Mori, People Around The World, Macabre, New Outfits, Chic, Fascinator

Indonesian villagers dig up dead relatives and give them new clothes

Every August, Families in Toraja in South Sulawesi dig up the bodies of their dead relatives before washing, grooming and dressing them in fancy new clothes. The ritual is called MaiNene.

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Sulawesi - Toraja - Rantepao Buffalo Market

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Examples of the highly-expressive effigies, or tau tau, of the Torajan people of south Sulawesi, Indonesia. Java, Maluku Islands, Banda Aceh, Indonesian Art, Borobudur, East Indies, Singapore Travel, Tau Tau, Effigy

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Toraja Tau Tau, ancestor effigies, South Sulawesi, Indonesia.

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