Uia mai koia, whakahuatia ake; Ko wai te whare nei e? Ko Taringa! Welcome back to another addition of patapatai. We reflect on Mahuru Māori, look at non-binary taking on moko, what non-Māori and Māori may want to consider when it comes to pepeha and many more. Nō reira kia areare mai ō koutou taringa, kia huakina mai ō koutou ngākau hoki. Taringa Hi!
Ahorangi Tā Pou Temara. He mōhio, he pūkenga, he ruānuku, he tā, he ahorangi - Ko ēnei tūwhai āhua katoa e hāngai pū ana ki tēnei taniwha o te ao Māori. Engari ka toko ake te pātai nā te aha i pēnei ai? Nā wai rānei i pēnei ai? Whakarongo mai ki te hautoru tuatahi o tēnei punua raupapatanga e kīia nei Te Ao o te Tohunga.
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We are graced by Julian Wilcox this week for "Iwi o te Wiki", as we take a second look at the intricate, complex architecture of the sacred house of Ngāpuhi. Listen out for our kīwaha which may have you rolling your eyes, or even answering back at some one.
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He tapu te parapara? He aha i tapu ai? Me pēhea e porowhiu atu? Is waste/trash sacred? If so, why? How is it to be disposed of?
In the first week of Mahuru Māori, the Taringa trio ponders these questions in consideration of such practices as tā moko, tangihanga and humuhumu (amputation) with the remnants and their disposal in mind.