Ava Ceremony by Oliana (The taupou is usually the daughter of the head…
Ava Ceremony by Oliana
Ava bowl is just as old as the samoan cultrure.
The tuiga is a ceremonial headdress worn by the taupou. It has 5 parts. The pale which is the siapo foundation. The lava which is the triple staff. The pale fuiono which is the shell or mirror for headband.
The Taupo does the hole Ava
The Taupou weres a pulatasi and some other things on her
The ava ceremony is only done by samoans
The ‘ie ula which is the red feathers. The lauula which is ginger hair. The tuiga is only worn by chiefy people. The tuiga helps keep the taupou’s posture and dance movements elegant.
You can do it for the so'otaga as well
for the Ava ceremony you have to bring some preases
Why does the Taupo waer all those things?
The Ava is made from the dried roots of the kava plant.
The taupou is the only one who can mix the Ava
Ava bowl is being used usally belongs to the cheif from that village.
The taupou is usually the daughter of the head matai.
The ie toga is of special significance as it.
A taupou holds a special position as she is the manumea of the village.
The Ava ceremony can only be done by the taupou
The taupou has many roles and is an important part of samoan ceremonies and rituals.
The ʻAva Ceremony is one of the most important customs of the Samoa Islands.
The ava ceremony is led by the high chief of the hosting village
The guess from other villages have to drink the ava which is made from the taupou
The ava ceremony has to have a lot of people in it
The ava ceremony has to have the ava bwol and the things to mix it
The taupou who does the ava has a line of people who help her with the ava
The taupou has the most hardest job out of the people
The ava ceremony is really special to the samoan cultrure