Indias cleansing corpse ceremony: a gust of wind blew the body into the pond.

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 Indias cleansing corpse ceremony: a gust of wind blew the body into the pond.


Carrying a coffin to the funeral procession, a small gust of wind blowing up the coffin and rolling the corpse into the pond.

According to the Daily Mail of September 14, Indonesias South Sulawesi Torraya village, recently held the annual body cleaning ceremony in two accidents, the two funeral processions have fallen dead scene.

In the first incident, four men dressed in traditional costumes were carrying a coffin rack with a corpse on a hill. Suddenly, a gust of wind blew, four coffin bearers were blown back a few steps, the body began to shake, eventually out of balance, the body from the coffin rack slid down to the roadside pond, leading to a funeral procession of some women and children screaming.

Then a man went to the edge of the pond and fished up the iron frame of the body, but the body wrapped in white cloth was not inside. Apparently the body sank to the bottom of the pond.

In the second accident, the funeral procession hurried along the road carrying the coffin rack containing the body, walking, the body fell from the coffin rack to the ground, several coffin bearers did not know, still moving forward. At this point, the people behind shouted and jumped, several coffin bearers realized that the body was gone, and quickly turned back to the body weight re-installed to continue the journey.

The ritual of body washing is a custom that has been practiced in the village of Vitoraya, South Sulawesi, Indonesia, and is held every August. Following the ritual, the villagers dug out the bodies of their relatives from the ground, dressed them in new clothes, cleaned them up, helped them stand up and walk on the ground, put back the coffins, and then walked around the village in a straight line path before returning to the cemetery. This article source: take a look at news Knews editor: Luo Jiazhen _NBJS6445

The ritual of body washing is a custom that has been practiced in the village of Vitoraya, South Sulawesi, Indonesia, and is held every August. Following the ritual, the villagers dug out the bodies of their relatives from the ground, dressed them in new clothes, cleaned them up, helped them stand up and walk on the ground, put back the coffins, and then walked around the village in a straight line path before returning to the cemetery.