Rituals from around the world

As Easter approaches, we have put together a gallery of rituals, including our colorfully painted chicken eggs, which according to legend are always brought by the Easter Bunny. Whether we’re witnessing Japanese people in ecstasy or peering behind the scenes at the coronation ceremony of a Bavarian potato queen, the world is full of rituals. The wedding of a British-Bulgarian couple spread over two countries is at least as exotic as the festival of free love on the Trobiand Islands in faraway Polynesia. Rituals, they can be small gestures or word formulations. Rituals are often solemn and festive. Their ceremony can have a secular or religious background. Today, many have become part of the cultural heritage of the respective country.

Cultural asset – dance and song

Ritual gestures

Secular rituals and gestures

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