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It is presented to the Turaga ni Koro, the executive head of the Fijian village.
The largest social unit in Fiji is known as a yavusa, from which the members are thought of as the direct descendents.Your respect for their customs and traditions will not only make you a welcome guest in their villages and homes, but add another dimension to your Fijian holiday.Almost everyone in Fiji speaks English - as it is the official language of Fiji, but the Fijian language is preserved and widely spoken in many different dialects.No matter the additions and extras brought in to make the marriage ceremony one of a kind, it's basically something most people in North America, Europe and most of the civilized world today knows about.
However, there’re so many other marriage customs from around the world not many people know about, some bordering on the weird. One is the ceremony where the highlight would be the giving of 13 gold coins to the bride by the groom, known as arras, symbolizing Jesus and his 12 disciples.Almost everyone is bilingual and many Fijian terms are included in everyday English usage.