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Bóndadagur The first day of the ancient Norse month of Thorri begins with bóndadagur, or 'husband's day'.
On this day, which usually falls in late January, women give gifts to any significant men in their lives, and often feed them traditional food, related to the Thorri festivites.
The ceremony takes place in a specially decorated room with flowers and a beautiful and elaborately decorated spread on the floor called "Sofreh-ye Aghd".
Traditionally Sofreh-ye Aghd is set on the floor facing east, the direction of sunrise (light).
After all the guests are seated the bridegroom is the first to take his seat in the room at the head of Sofreh-ye Aghd.
There exist different explanations about the origins of the name "Chile." The most accepted one is that it is derived from the native Aymará word chilli meaning "the land where the earth ends." Chile is considered to be one of the most homogeneous nations of Latin America in both ethnic and cultural terms.
Its alphabet has 15 letters - h, k, m, n, p, r, t, w, a, e, i, o, u, wh and ng.
The second stage is "Jashn-e Aroosi", the wedding reception - the actual feasts and the celebrations, which traditionally lasted from 3 to 7 days.According to the latest data there are about 600,000 Maori people. As for better climate most of Maori people live on the North Island.The Maori language or Te Reo belongs to Polynesian languages.Consequently when bride and bridegroom are seated at the head of Sofreh-ye Aghd they will be facing "The Light".By custom Aghd would normally take place at bride's parents/guardians home.
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In the southern region the Mapuche Indians are a large cultural group who strongly contributed to the formation of Chilean culture.