Waujá: the pequi celebration: kiririo

The traditional seasonal celebration of pequi among the indigena wauja, which is held during the period (october-november) of ripening of the fruit of caryocar brasiliens, or pequi tree, is a ceremonial cycle whose symbolic significance is closely linked to the mythological notions of the people. The Kiririo ritual is part of the pequi celebration.

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