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Filipino rituals and ceremonies covering all regions of the PhilippinesPagmamano is honoring gesture used in Filipino culture performed as a sign of respect to elders and as away of requesting a blessing from eldersOrigin The tagalog word "Pagmamano" comes from the root word "mano" means "hand" spanishHarana Traditional form of courtship in the Philippines wherein men introduced themselves by singingunderneath her window at nightOrigin Harana first began in the Philippines the practice is believed to have stated in the 1800s and wasinfluenced by spanish folk songsKasalan is the Filipino word for wedding. While its root word means marriage. A typical ancienttraditional Filipino weddingOriginFestival is an event ordinarily celebrated by a community and its religion or cultureOrigin The words “festival" was originally used as an objective from the late fourteenth century. derivingfrom Latin via old FrenchBayanihan is the Spirit of communal unity and cooperation of Filipinos. It is also about giving withoutexpecting something in returnOrigin

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