By | Friday, September 10 2010 at 13:34
The traditional ‘Turning of the Bones’ or ‘famadihana’ ceremony: the corpses of the ‘razana’ (ancestors) are removed from their tombs, cleaned and wrapped in a new shroud before becoming guests of honour at a party that may last several day - it is hoped that this will keep the powerful ancestors happy so that they will intervene positively in the lives of the family
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