On the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, the Torajan people think that a person is not truly dead till water buffalo have been sacrificed at their funeral, acting as the lorry to the afterlife. Till that time, the bodies are might be kept at the family members’s residence for months, years or weeks as well as are fed and cared for as if they lived. Some Torajans proceed their partnership with the dead via a ma’ nene’ event, a kind of “2nd funeral” in which family members draw out their forefathers every couple of years as well as alter their clothing and cleanse their bodies and also crypts.
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