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Maori Beliefs And Traditions

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  • Maori Cultural Experiences: Maori Culture in New Zealand for Visitors

    …the Maori culture is definitely alive and well throughout the country. Social, cultural and spiritual traditions are practised by Maori. The language is spoken by roughly 157,000 New Zealanders and taught in preschools through to secondary schools. Ancient Maori beliefs and traditions are respected…

  • Maori Culture New Zealand, Maori Culture, Traditions and Tourism

    …Wellington Harbour the mouth. Maori describe the South Island as Maui's waka (canoe) and Stewart Island (Rakiura) as his punga (anchor). Maori Culture on DVD View the glow and richness of Maori traditions and culture forever preserved on DVD. See the Maori Haka, traditional welcome, and songs and…

  • Maori Legends, Stories and Myths

    …storytelling and song. The tradition of oral history—the telling of ancient stories, myths and legends—continues today. On many marae, elders teach tribal lore, etiquette and genealogy. They also retell the stories that form the basis of Maori beliefs, including the story of how Maui…


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