Traveling is definitely incredible part of people lives. In addition, it generally enriches the book of our experiences, while traveling around the world; I come to know few strange and freaky rituals. About them, you are going to say, why people do, what they do. Well, different people live in this world, and have different mindsets, so here is the list of some freaky rituals.
Tooth filling in Indonesia:
It is a prominent ritual in Indonesia, before marriage, they fill the two teeth of boy and girl Simultaneously to keep evil forces such as lust, disloyalty, and anger away.
Soup of ash in Brazil
Sounds extremely weird, right? It is related to a tribe known as Tanomani, after the death of their dear one they burnt the body and collect the ash and bones, and makes soup; and drink in-group. They believe that such act gives peace to dead souls.
Baby Jumping in Spain
You have heard of bungee jumping but baby jumping. I’m sure not, in Spain people of the northern community take part in baby jumping known as called El Colacho, in this men dressed themselves as devils and jump over the baby who is lying on the mattresses. It is performed to keep evil energy away. What if men lose their balance?
Piercing in India
Piercing! Not child’s play, to show gratitude and devotion towards God in India People does Piercing in their body parts.
Indonesian tribe performs this ritual to show the pain, from which they are going through after the loss of their loved ones. Tribal people cut the finger if any close ally of them dies. Through this, they show the love towards the person.
Dead body eaters
Aghori Babas who lives in India’s cultural city Varanasi is famous for eating dead bodies. According to them, fear is the biggest barrier towards enlightenment. According to Hinduism, five types of dead bodies cannot be cremated holy man, unmarried women, pregnant women and who have died of snakebite and leprosy. Therefore, these dead bodies set afloat in the Ganges. Aghori takes them out of the water and consumes the bodies.
Red Ink in South Korea
Behalf of their history and customs, it is avoidable using red ink for writing someone’s name. Generally, red ink comes in use of writing name of dead people so, in that row, it is taboo and avoidable.
Above mention, things are strange. Moreover, it is hard to believe that in this scenario people believe in such things. Well, diversity is what creates curiosity. Drop your suggestions in the comment box.