Celebrated on Ninth Werum of Aughtum is Emasi Roshe, the third and last harvest festival of the year and where one is to pay tribute to the ancestor.

Just like aspect day, Emasi roshe is celebrated quite individualy. But most ofthen it is done with offerings made at home or the temple to their passed on family and ancestors. Then there usualy is also a large feast with dinner and dance, ending with a gathering where people tell storys of the ones who are no longer with them, hoping to draw the spirits of the dead close enough to feel their precense.

Some regions have a tradition of that every family helps with restoration on the graveyards, helping their passed to rest piecefully for another year.

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