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The Family of Jesaya Tandibua, who died in 1993 and his wife Yakodi Amanda, who died in 2011 pose for a portrait during Ma'nene ritual. The Ma'nene ritual held every one, two, or three years on August after the harvest season and involves cleaning of the mummified ancestors and the cemetery or Patane in Pangala, Rindingalo, North Toraja, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. The purpose is to honour the ancestors and to bring good fortune for the next harvest.
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