Archaeological Fundamentals in Eastern Vader Worship Rituals
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Hunter society is considered as an indigenous population in Sri Lanka and is one of the fewest communities in number. The Hunter community, which has to live in the east with large communities of Tamils, Sinhalese and Tamil speaking Muslims, is losing its cultural identity. However, it continues to study unique cultural performances, as it is not completely free from the traditional tribe slife. The rituals of worship are also important in these performing symmetry, and the article symbolizes the archaeological foundations found in these rituals. These rituals also focus on the methods of stabilizing the hunter sociocultural life.
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