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In Indonesia they dig up their dead family members to spend quality time with them.

As part of the odd Ma'nene holiday, Indonesians bring up their deceased relatives, wipe off their corpses, and outfit them. The festival is observed by Tojarans on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi in order to strengthen ties with deceased relatives. A man hiking in the mountains came across a corpse, dressed it in his own clothes, and buried it, which brought him good luck.

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In Indonesia they dig up their dead family members to spend quality time with them.

SCIENCE-HIGHTECH

Laziest Country In The World

Source: https://www.google.com/amp/s/theculturetrip.com/north-america/usa/articles/the-worlds-laziest-country-indonesia-activity-inequality/%3famp=1 The average daily steps taken by participants in a survey of more than 700,000 people in 111 nations led researchers to name Indonesia as the country with the lowest number of steps taken. According to study researcher Scott Delp, "the study is 1,000 times larger than any previous study on human locomotion."

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Laziest Country In The World

SOCIETY

In Indonesia families dig up their loved ones every 3 years in August to celebrate MANENE festival.

|| Monday, 1st of August 2022 || Asians || Entertainment || Trending Tweets || Black Twitter || Tradition || Facebook || FULL STORY Recently a popular Facebook page called 'Celebs' instantly went viral after posting an unusual post about a interesting tradition by Indonesian people. Apparently in Indonesia families dig up their loved ones every 3 years in August, to spend quality time with them.

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In Indonesia families dig up their loved ones every 3 years in August to celebrate MANENE festival.

RELIGION

Pictures: This Tribe Lives With Dead Relatives For Months Before Burial, It Is Their Tradition

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Torajan_peopleIt takes boldness to live with a dead body. Not every person will rest easily with a dead body or perhaps be left with a dead body alone in a house. That probably won't sound troublesome, yet presently consider a rate where you share a bed with a corpse.

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Pictures: This Tribe Lives With Dead Relatives For Months Before Burial, It Is Their Tradition

SOCIETY

In Indonesia they dig up their dead family members to spend quality time with them.

As part of the peculiar Ma'nene excursion, Indonesians convey up their deceased household, wipe off their corpses, and outfit them. The competition is discovered with the aid of Tojarans on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi which will give a boost to ties with deceased spouse and children.

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In Indonesia they dig up their dead family members to spend quality time with them.

RELIGION

So Mysterious: This Tribe Lives With Dead Relative For A Month Before Burial, See Their Reason

Being constantly in the presence of a dead body requires fortitude. Some people may not find it enjoyable to have a dead body in their home. That might not seem like a big deal, but consider how often you'd be sleeping next to a corpse. Certain tribes still engage in these habits even when other tribes find them strange and out of the ordinary.

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So Mysterious: This Tribe Lives With Dead Relative For A Month Before Burial, See Their Reason

SCIENCE-HIGHTECH

How does this Tribe Manage to live Underwater?

Southeast Asia's strange (Bajau Laut) people have evolved an amazing genetic adaptability. Their bodies have truly transformed to give them the superpower of being able to endure longer underwater. According to a recent study, these people have bigger spleens because diving requires them to hold their breath for longer.

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How does this Tribe Manage to live Underwater?

RELIGION

In Indonesia, they dig up their dead relatives in order to spend quality time with them

The world is full of different cultures and religion that define various people in countries. Some of the cultures though can be quite bizarre and sometimes unbelievable unless you see them with own eyes. According to media reports, in Indonesia families dig up their loved ones every 3 years in August.

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In Indonesia, they dig up their dead relatives in order to spend quality time with them

SCIENCE-HIGHTECH

How does this Tribe Manage to live Underwater?

The bizarre (Bajau Laut) people of Southeast Asia have remarkably adaptable genetic makeup. Their bodies have undergone significant change to give them the superpower of being able to stay submerged for longer. A recent study found that because diving involves longer breath holds, these individuals have larger spleens.

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How does this Tribe Manage to live Underwater?

CULTURE

Asmat, a tribe where cannibalism is considered a sign of true manhood.

Located in the New Guinea in the Papua province of Indonesia sits the Asmat people. Although the meaning of Asmat is sometimes debated with some suggesting it means man from tree while her neighbours, the Mimika, say the word means man-eater, the Asmat refer to themselves as Asmat-ow meaning actual people.

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Asmat, a tribe where cannibalism is considered a sign of true manhood.

LIFESTYLE

Every three years, in August, Indonesian families dig up their loved ones for MANENE celebration.

A unique tradition that is observed by people in Indonesia, a popular Facebook group that goes by the name "Celebs" recently experienced an unexpected explosion in its membership. The custom was deemed to be extremely fascinating in the post that was read. Reports indicate that during the month of August, families in Indonesia visit the graves of their deceased loved ones once every three years in order to spend quality time with those who have passed away.

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Every three years, in August, Indonesian families dig up their loved ones for MANENE celebration.

ENVIRONMENT

Komodo dragons attacking bats

Good day everyone, i hope that you are having a lovely, relaxing Sunday. Today i want to share with you photographs of komodo dragons attacking bats. A komodo dragon is also known as a komodo moniter. It is a very large, powerful reptile that can be found in Indonesia, Gili motang and Flores.

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Komodo dragons attacking bats

HEALTH

Health Benefits Of Clove To The Body

As indicated by MedicineNet, cloves are extremely solid substances that are consumed by various individuals. There are nail-like, dried, unopened blossom buds of an evergreen tree, fundamentally delivered in places like Indonesia and India. Cloves offer a few advantages to the body and some of them incorporate;

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Health Benefits Of Clove To The Body

SOCIETY

Images of nations that will likely be under water by 2050

Jakarta The extreme flooding that has ravaged Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia, has already caused damage, and by 2050, it is predicted that the entire city would be under water. The government has decided to relocate 10 million people 100 miles away, which will take about 10 years and cost about US$33 billion.

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Images of nations that will likely be under water by 2050

TRAVEL

Why South Africa ranks as one of the worst places to live right now

In its Expat Insider poll for 2022, the international relocation firm Internations reveals the best and worst countries for expats. As a result of the study, you can learn more about how expats feel about their new home nation, how easy it is to settle in, and how much money they have.

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Why South Africa ranks as one of the worst places to live right now

SOCIETY

In Indonesia village duel with homemade whips as part of brutal ritual to help bring the rain.

These villagers are so desperate for rain they have resorted to an ancient ritual where they attack each other with whips to try and influence the weather. And instead of writhing in pain after each raw blow, these hardy competitors barely flinch and some even laugh and dance.

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In Indonesia village duel with homemade whips as part of brutal ritual to help bring the rain.

SEX-RELATIONSHIP

Meet the Dani tribe were man must cutt off their fingers to use as bridal price

Dani tribe in Papua Guinea, Indonesia At marriage a man must cutt of the finger of his right hand and present it to the bride as a dowry for her. And if he wants to divorce her, he cutt off two fingers of his left hand, but if he dies, his wife cutt off the ten fingers of both hands as a sign of her fidelity to him and that she will not marry a man after him.

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Meet the Dani tribe were man must cutt off their fingers to use as bridal price

SOCIETY

Tragic: See The Reason Why This Teenager Was Killed By A Moving Truck.

See the tragic circumstances that led to the death of this young man at the hands of a moving truck. Teenager Killed After Jumping In Front Of Moving Truck For New Internet Trend. Some adolescents in Indonesia are losing their lives as a result of participating in a new social media trend that involves jumping in front of moving trucks.

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Tragic: See The Reason Why This Teenager Was Killed By A Moving Truck.

TRAVEL

Top 10 Best Places In Asia to Work Remotely

1. Bali, Indonesia Bali is one of the top places for digital nomads looking to work remotely. Its picturesque landscapes are a bonus, but what really draws people to work here is its affordability and quality of life. On top of that, the weather here is good and averages about 30º C all year round (but can become rainy from November-April).

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Top 10 Best Places In Asia to Work Remotely

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Meet the man who owns more than ten malls in South Africa.

Mike Nkuna is a Limpopo billionaire and entrepreneur. In 1979, he began working at his father's butcher shop, which he later expanded by opening additional franchises throughout the country. Masingita Property Investment Holdings was the company he founded later (grounded on real estate, real estate management, property investment and investment holdings).

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Meet the man who owns more than ten malls in South Africa.