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Strange Death Ritual Where People Wrap The Dead Bodies And Dance To Live Music Before The Burial. There Are More Stranger Traditions...

Aishwarya Dudha | Last Modified - Oct 03, 2017, 12:21 PM IST

Shocking cremation traditions of the world. From strangulation to hanging coffins on trees. Find out.
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    Almost every religion has a ritual for cremation of dead persons. Some burn others bury. But there are also some interesting and weird traditions practiced by people who do bizarre things during death customs.
    Here are some shocking ways in which loved ones say goodbye to their people. Like keeping dead bodies in a cave, boiling them and some even leave them for vultures to feed on.
    Find out how different religions cremate bodies all over the world.

    Famadihana

    The people of Madagascar, follow the turning of bones tradition where the dead body is wrapped in fresh cloth and then the family dances with the corpse around the tomb to live music. After the burial they sometimes dig out bones and re-wrap them in fresh cloth and carry them around.
  • +10 See more slides
    Almost every religion has a ritual for cremation of dead persons. Some burn others bury. But there are also some interesting and weird traditions practiced by people who do bizarre things during death customs.
    Here are some shocking ways in which loved ones say goodbye to their people. Like keeping dead bodies in a cave, boiling them and some even leave them for vultures to feed on.
    Find out how different religions cremate bodies all over the world.

    Famadihana

    The people of Madagascar, follow the turning of bones tradition where the dead body is wrapped in fresh cloth and then the family dances with the corpse around the tomb to live music. After the burial they sometimes dig out bones and re-wrap them in fresh cloth and carry them around.
  • +10 See more slides
    Almost every religion has a ritual for cremation of dead persons. Some burn others bury. But there are also some interesting and weird traditions practiced by people who do bizarre things during death customs.
    Here are some shocking ways in which loved ones say goodbye to their people. Like keeping dead bodies in a cave, boiling them and some even leave them for vultures to feed on.
    Find out how different religions cremate bodies all over the world.

    Famadihana

    The people of Madagascar, follow the turning of bones tradition where the dead body is wrapped in fresh cloth and then the family dances with the corpse around the tomb to live music. After the burial they sometimes dig out bones and re-wrap them in fresh cloth and carry them around.
  • +10 See more slides
    Almost every religion has a ritual for cremation of dead persons. Some burn others bury. But there are also some interesting and weird traditions practiced by people who do bizarre things during death customs.
    Here are some shocking ways in which loved ones say goodbye to their people. Like keeping dead bodies in a cave, boiling them and some even leave them for vultures to feed on.
    Find out how different religions cremate bodies all over the world.

    Famadihana

    The people of Madagascar, follow the turning of bones tradition where the dead body is wrapped in fresh cloth and then the family dances with the corpse around the tomb to live music. After the burial they sometimes dig out bones and re-wrap them in fresh cloth and carry them around.
  • +10 See more slides
    Almost every religion has a ritual for cremation of dead persons. Some burn others bury. But there are also some interesting and weird traditions practiced by people who do bizarre things during death customs.
    Here are some shocking ways in which loved ones say goodbye to their people. Like keeping dead bodies in a cave, boiling them and some even leave them for vultures to feed on.
    Find out how different religions cremate bodies all over the world.

    Famadihana

    The people of Madagascar, follow the turning of bones tradition where the dead body is wrapped in fresh cloth and then the family dances with the corpse around the tomb to live music. After the burial they sometimes dig out bones and re-wrap them in fresh cloth and carry them around.
  • +10 See more slides
    Almost every religion has a ritual for cremation of dead persons. Some burn others bury. But there are also some interesting and weird traditions practiced by people who do bizarre things during death customs.
    Here are some shocking ways in which loved ones say goodbye to their people. Like keeping dead bodies in a cave, boiling them and some even leave them for vultures to feed on.
    Find out how different religions cremate bodies all over the world.

    Famadihana

    The people of Madagascar, follow the turning of bones tradition where the dead body is wrapped in fresh cloth and then the family dances with the corpse around the tomb to live music. After the burial they sometimes dig out bones and re-wrap them in fresh cloth and carry them around.
  • +10 See more slides
    Almost every religion has a ritual for cremation of dead persons. Some burn others bury. But there are also some interesting and weird traditions practiced by people who do bizarre things during death customs.
    Here are some shocking ways in which loved ones say goodbye to their people. Like keeping dead bodies in a cave, boiling them and some even leave them for vultures to feed on.
    Find out how different religions cremate bodies all over the world.

    Famadihana

    The people of Madagascar, follow the turning of bones tradition where the dead body is wrapped in fresh cloth and then the family dances with the corpse around the tomb to live music. After the burial they sometimes dig out bones and re-wrap them in fresh cloth and carry them around.
  • +10 See more slides
    Almost every religion has a ritual for cremation of dead persons. Some burn others bury. But there are also some interesting and weird traditions practiced by people who do bizarre things during death customs.
    Here are some shocking ways in which loved ones say goodbye to their people. Like keeping dead bodies in a cave, boiling them and some even leave them for vultures to feed on.
    Find out how different religions cremate bodies all over the world.

    Famadihana

    The people of Madagascar, follow the turning of bones tradition where the dead body is wrapped in fresh cloth and then the family dances with the corpse around the tomb to live music. After the burial they sometimes dig out bones and re-wrap them in fresh cloth and carry them around.
  • +10 See more slides
    Almost every religion has a ritual for cremation of dead persons. Some burn others bury. But there are also some interesting and weird traditions practiced by people who do bizarre things during death customs.
    Here are some shocking ways in which loved ones say goodbye to their people. Like keeping dead bodies in a cave, boiling them and some even leave them for vultures to feed on.
    Find out how different religions cremate bodies all over the world.

    Famadihana

    The people of Madagascar, follow the turning of bones tradition where the dead body is wrapped in fresh cloth and then the family dances with the corpse around the tomb to live music. After the burial they sometimes dig out bones and re-wrap them in fresh cloth and carry them around.
  • +10 See more slides
    Almost every religion has a ritual for cremation of dead persons. Some burn others bury. But there are also some interesting and weird traditions practiced by people who do bizarre things during death customs.
    Here are some shocking ways in which loved ones say goodbye to their people. Like keeping dead bodies in a cave, boiling them and some even leave them for vultures to feed on.
    Find out how different religions cremate bodies all over the world.

    Famadihana

    The people of Madagascar, follow the turning of bones tradition where the dead body is wrapped in fresh cloth and then the family dances with the corpse around the tomb to live music. After the burial they sometimes dig out bones and re-wrap them in fresh cloth and carry them around.
  • +10 See more slides
    Almost every religion has a ritual for cremation of dead persons. Some burn others bury. But there are also some interesting and weird traditions practiced by people who do bizarre things during death customs.
    Here are some shocking ways in which loved ones say goodbye to their people. Like keeping dead bodies in a cave, boiling them and some even leave them for vultures to feed on.
    Find out how different religions cremate bodies all over the world.

    Famadihana

    The people of Madagascar, follow the turning of bones tradition where the dead body is wrapped in fresh cloth and then the family dances with the corpse around the tomb to live music. After the burial they sometimes dig out bones and re-wrap them in fresh cloth and carry them around.

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