something that must be followed in order to achieve harmony in the familiar and communitarian life. Traditionally, a big part of the community helps during the construction: from the searching of the materials to the last pole placed.
Most of the traditions and rituals are centered on the Kuna girl and woman, this is why many have called the Kuna culture a matriarchy (although it is slightly different thus difficult to explain). After marriage, the husband moves to the wife’s family house and must work and help the woman’s family.
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