10 MALAY BOOKS RELATING TO «KAVADI»
Discover the use of kavadi
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to kavadi
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in Malay literature.
The Greek Folk Costume: Costumes With the Kavadi
This is an exhaustive, authoritative and comprehensive publication, lavishly illustrated with material from the unique collections of the Benaki Museum in Athens.
Angeliki Hatzimichali, 1999
Living Faiths in South Africa - Halaman 189
The preparation for each of the festivals lasts for several days (13 days in the case of Kavadi, 10 days in the case of Mariamman, and 10-18 days for firewalking), and begins with an evening flag-hoisting ceremony attended by prospective ...
Martin Prozesky, John De Gruchy, 1995
Cage of Freedom: Tamil Identity and the Ethnic Fetish in ... - Halaman 75
The circular shape, which balances over the devotee's head, is easily spun around as the devotees enact a feverish traditional circular-step kavadi dance. The kavadi bearers also, following Indian classical dance tradition, wear small ...
Malavika is based in Mahakavi Kalidasa's play Malavikagnimitra.
Editor: Anant Pai Author: Kamlesh Pandey Illustrator: P.B. Kavadi, 1976
They Do What? A Cultural Encyclopedia of Extraordinary ...
The Thaipusam festival is celebrated around three days, but the preparations begin one to two months in advance. Those who will bear the skin hooks and carry heavy weights on the shoulders (the kavadi carriers) are primarily men who are ...
Memories of Malaya - Halaman 140
The devotee is expected to attend to his Kavadi during this time cleaning and decorating it for the big day. For thousands of Hindus the day is a solemn culmination of weeks of fasting and prayers as well as abstinence. This is to prepare them ...
South India - Halaman 517
In accordance with the tradition set by z Idumban, most devotees carry a milk kavadi (a pot filled with milk), which is cov- o ered in fruit and flowers and carried on the head in a long and winding procession. = The pilgrims sing hymns as they ...
David Abram, Rough Guides (Firm), Nick Edwards, 2003
The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to African Religions - Halaman 394
Kavadi Kavadi, as mentioned above, is typically a Tamil ritual performed to this day in Tamilnadu, India. In South Africa it has become very popular, and even after many generations, the Hindus in South Africa diligently observe it. The word ...
Elias Kifon Bongmba, 2012
Sacred Space: Interdisciplinary Perspectives within ... - Halaman 135
The Mauritian Tamils are proud of their kavadi performance and perceive it as part of their identity along with the worship of Murugan. With over one hundred temples established, the Mauritian Tamils strictly observe fasting, abstinence from ...
Steve Brie, Jenny Daggers, David Torevell, 2009
Indian and Chinese Immigrant Communities: Comparative ...
In considering the visibility of the Diaspora, new elements in decoration are added every year; the procession enlarges, and changes occur constantly. In Singapore, the arigandi kavadi (a spiked kavadi that pierces into the flesh of the torso) is ...
Jayati Bhattacharya, Coonoor Kripalani, 2015