ritual cleansing

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  • This may have been just ordinary agriculture, but it may conceivably have been ritual cleansing.
  • This type of ritual cleansing is also the custom for guests attending a tea ceremony.
  • Visitors usually seek limpias (ritual cleansings), healing or something to give them an edge in business.
  • Women are required to perform ritual cleansing (ghusl) before resuming religious duties or sexual relations upon completion of her menstruation.
  • Melaspas is a ritual cleansing and purification of new buildings recently completed or occupied again, like house, Office, stores, cage and so forth.
  • Before dancing, the Concheros call on deity and their ancestors, perform ritual cleansing with the aim of bring the past and present together.
  • If the body has been prepared for burial with ritual cleansing (taharah), the body will automatically be dressed in tahrihim.
  • The modern Altaian ritual practices include fire for ritual cleansing.
  • Two of the main requirements are the showing of proper respect for a corpse, and the ritual cleansing of the body and subsequent dressing for burial.
  • Malinches are in charge of the censers for the constant ritual cleansing of space.
  • In the exoteric sense, the Quran requires Muslims to perform ritual cleansing of their hands before touching it.
  • The tanks are used for ritual cleansing and during rites of consecration.
  • Both censors appeared to have resigned, however, before completing the lustrum (the ritual cleansing of the Senate).
  • Its wearers were authorized to perform ritual cleansing of abominations and to confer titles on people.
  • These two young censors managed to complete the first lustrum (ritual cleansing) of the Roman state since the start of the Second Punic War.
  • It also impinged on other elements of everyday life through its rules on fasting, diet, the slaughter of animals and rules on purity and ritual cleansing.
  • A few of the hammams in Istanbul also contain mikvehs, ritual cleansing baths for Jewish women.
  • A few of the hamams in Istanbul also contain mikvehs, ritual cleansing baths for Jewish women.
  • It is open to the public, including tourists and offers native herbal medicines, massages, temascals and ritual cleansings.
  • Nothing of the Syonan Jinja shrine remains, except for the ritual cleansing pond and several Japanese stone pavements left at the site.
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