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Ludzidzini, Swaziland, Africa - Annual Umhlanga, or reed dance ceremony, in which up to 100,000 young Swazi women gather to celebrate their virginity and honor the queen mother during the 8 day long event.<br /> Maidens dance before King Mswati III on day 7 of the ceremony

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Ludzidzini, Swaziland, Africa - Annual Umhlanga, or reed dance ceremony, in which up to 100,000 young Swazi women gather to celebrate their virginity and honor the queen mother during the 8 day long event. Maidens dance before King Mswati III on day 7 of the ceremony

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Zulu girls attend Umhlanga, the annual Reed Dance festival of Swaziland.

Zulu girls attend Umhlanga, the annual Reed Dance festival of Swaziland.

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Ludzidzini Swaziland Africa - Annual Umhlanga or reed dance ceremony in which up to 100000 young Swazi women gather to celebrate their virginity and honor the queen mother during the 8 day long event. Zulu Traditional Attire, Traditional Wedding Attire, African Traditional Wedding, African Traditional Dresses, Traditional Outfits, Traditional Weddings, African Wedding Attire, African Attire, African Wear

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Ludzidzini, Swaziland, Africa - Annual Umhlanga, or reed dance ceremony, in which up to 100,000 young Swazi women gather to celebrate their virginity and honor the queen mother during the 8 day long event. Royal family

Ludzidzini Swaziland Africa - Annual Umhlanga or reed dance ceremony in which up to 100000 young Swazi women gather to celebrate their virginity and honor the queen mother during the 8 day long event. Zulu Traditional Attire, Traditional Wedding Attire, African Traditional Wedding, African Traditional Dresses, Traditional Outfits, Traditional Weddings, African Wedding Attire, African Attire, African Wear

remsberg_1508313672.JPG | Edwin Remsberg Photographs

Ludzidzini, Swaziland, Africa - Annual Umhlanga, or reed dance ceremony, in which up to 100,000 young Swazi women gather to celebrate their virginity and honor the queen mother during the 8 day long event. Royal family

For the Love of Swaziland, it's culture and traditions.

For the Love of Swaziland, it's culture and traditions.

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Welcome To The Kingdom of Swaziland

An entertaining short documentary about the Kingdom of Swaziland exploring the rich Swazi culture which is celebrated through music and dance.

The Reed Dance Ceremony (Umhlanga) is where thousands of Swazi maidens gather reeds, wear traditional clothes, journey to Royal Kraal and perform to pay tribute to the Queen Mother. The only Swazi mai

Reed Dance Ceremony in The Kingdom of Swaziland _vid # 2

The Reed Dance Ceremony (Umhlanga) is where thousands of Swazi maidens gather reeds, wear traditional clothes, journey to Royal Kraal and perform to pay tribute to the Queen Mother. The only Swazi maidens who are allowed to join the ceremony are those who are childless and unwed. The ceremony usually happens late August or early September. This is the time when shifting of seasons happen and reeds are maturing, making it a perfect time for harvesting; it lasts around eight days.<br><br>The…