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Fijian Kava Bowl HC202

In Fiji, drinking kava plays an important part in both business and social life. The kava is mixed in a wooden bowl used especially for this ceremony.  The root of the kava plant is cut into small pieces and grated to a pulp before straining and steeping in water.  A certain ritual is observed as it is served and drunk from coconut shell bowls.

max dimension: 260mm
subject area: Social Science, Māori and Pacifica, PE and Health, English and Languages

specific themes: Pacific Island Comunities, Customs, Rituals, Ceremonies, Fijian Islands

handling collection number: HC202

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