The Zulu Reed Dance is preformed in Swaziland and South Africa. It is a celebration of girls’ purity. In the dance, thousands of virgin girls, Zulu maidens, gather reeds and dance in procession to the palace. They present the reeds to royalty. They are bare chested and wear colorful skirts and ornaments.
The women sing throughout the procession.
Traditionally, the Zulu Reed Dance would give kings the opportunity to find wives. The dance is a celebration of culture and tradition as well as purity.
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