Dancing has always been part of the Ifugao life, taking center stage during rituals, religious activities, and special occasions. The dancing lasts for nights, with the sound of gongs serving as a signal to the villagers. Men and women participate in the celebration.
|Posted by Mario C. Nazareno, Jr. on February 18, 2010 at 12:34 PM||1885 Views|
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