The Ofrenda, Found in Mexican Culture, Can Be Likened to the
The ofrenda, found in Mexican culture, can be likened to the
A) Vietnamese thiêng.
B) Japanese butsudan.
C) Chinese fêng-shui.
D) Hawaiian 'aina.
In traditional Hindu households, death is ________
A) a communal affair.
B) not discussed openly and last rites are not generally given.
C) acknowledged and the females prepare all bodies for burial.
D) sacred and the dead are cremated after a weeklong funeral ritual.
Chinese mourning garments have a symbolic purpose similar to
A) Ohlone funeral pyre beads.
B) Geisha face painting.
C) Hopi mourning booties.
D) LoDagaa mourning restraints.
In Japanese funeral rituals, all of the following rites are held EXCEPT the
A) family invites Buddhist priests to the home and prayers are said.
B) belongings of the deceased are buried with the body.
C) body is cremated and the ashes are placed in an urn.
D) deceased receives a special "Buddhist name."