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Toraja Architecture, South Sulawesi , Indonesia

Toraja Architecture, photograph by Charuhas. The Toraja are an ethnic group indigenous to a mountainous region of South Sulawesi, Indonesia.

Toraja's Elaborate Funeral Ceremonies - click though to the article to find out about the customs involved.

Wonderful Indonesia - Tana Toraja: Land of Heavenly Kings - Sulawesi

Tana Toraja (Indonesia). 'Life revolves around death in this countryside  of rice terraces, boat-shaped roofs  and doe-eyed buffalo. Tana Torajan funeral  ceremonies last days, and involve  countless animal sacrifices for the upper  classes. The festivities start with bet-heavy  bullfights then lead into days of prayer, feasting  and dances.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/indonesia/sulawesi/tana-toraja

Tana Toraja 'Life revolves around death in this countryside of rice terraces, boat-shaped roofs and doe-eyed buffalo. Tana Torajan funeral ceremonies last days, and involve countless animal sacrifices for the upper classes.

Displays of death are part of life in Sulawesi’s Tana Toraja, where even the majority Christian population practices animism and believes that ancestors continue to influence the living long  after they’re gone.

Photographing Indonesia's Amazing Range of Experiences

Displays of death are part of life in Tana Toraja, South Sulawesi, Indonesia, where even the majority Christian population practices animism & believes that ancestors continue to influence the living long after they’re gone.

If you thought that zombies were only a figment of the imagination of storytellers, well, prepare to have your mind blown. If the rituals of the villagers of Toraja, Indonesia, are to be believed, almost every person who dies can turn into a zombie. Apparently, certain people of the village had and still have the ability to make dead people walk. And I don’t mean that metaphorically.

The Creepy Walking Dead of Tana Toraja By Sumitra on March 2012 Category: Pics, Travel If you thought that zombies were only a figment.

Tana Toraja, Indonesia. The smallest of the Toraja burial grounds are the “Baby Trees” where the tribe’s young are placed. If a child dies before he has started teething, its mother wraps his body in cloth, makes a another hole in the Baby Tree and places the dead infant inside. The hole is then sealed and as the tree begins to heal, the child is believed to be absorbed.

The smallest of the Toraja burial grounds are the “Baby Trees” where the tribe’s young are placed. If a child dies before he has started teething, its mother.

Torajan, South Celebes

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