Reed Dance Ceremony?

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The reed dance ceremony is also known as the Umhlanga. It is an annual ceremony which is done in either August or September. It is the tradition of the Swazi and Zulu people. This is a ceremony that is held for single and childless women and girls. It is an eight day ceremony and females from all over travel to participate in it. The bush knives that they use to cut the reeds with in the ceremony are used as symbols of their virginity.
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