For most nations, death is the end of our time in the physical world. But not for the Torajan people living on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi.
Throughout this process, the deceased are given prayers and even offered food. Relatives don’t stop even if the late is placed in a tomb. Sometimes they give a “second funeral,” called a ma’nene’ ceremony. During the rite, the families clean their bodies, provide them with fresh clothes and parade them around.