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The cultures of Ecuador and its popular culture

by Joshua Daniel Quito

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The cultures of Ecuador and its popular culture
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Student: Joshua Daniel Quito 

Date: 20-05-2022
Kichwa culture
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The Kichwa culture is a very ancient culture of Ecuador and its native language has the same name as the culture but is also known as (Runa Shimi) which remained as a descendant after the Hispanic domination.
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This culture of bush meat, prepared a locro with yucca, plantain and meat, these people eat a lot of these foods especially in ceremonies, weddings etc.
This culture has 4 typical festivities
- Pawkar Raymi. March 21st. Feast of the Blossoming.
- Inti Raymi. June 21st. Feast of the Sun.
- Kulla Raymi. September 21st. Feast of the Moon.
- Kapak Raymi. December 21st. Feast of the Inca.
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This culture has handicrafts of different types among these of ceramics,
earrings of a more traditional style and not very modern with different dry grains and thread.
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At one time they believed in the sun and the moon but after the arrival of the Spaniards their belief is mostly catholic but they still celebrate the sun as a tradition and there are even churches that speak in Kichwa.
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The indigenous
Yucca, plantain, meat, fish and chicha make up the daily food as a dish which is the sancocho.
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"... One of the festivities that commemorates the passage from one state to another is the Fiesta del Huan, which was held in December in Sogamoso, commemorating the appearance of the sun and the moon, which, as was said before, in that Captaincy was considered to have been two Caciques who had become the star and the satellite that in the day and at night illuminate the earth. They were twelve or thirteen men who represented the lunations, accompanied by another disguised as a black bird."
The art
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The art of this culture retains a traditional touch but has adopted a more modern, everyday style.
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This culture also has a catholic religion but also has other beliefs through stories from the people or histories.
The holidays
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The holidays of this culture are very similar to those of the Kichwas, since they are descendants of the Kichwas and celebrate festivities such as the sun of the blossoming, etc.
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Its typical preparations are maitos, chontacuros, roasted meat, carachama broth, creole chicken broth, chicha de chonta and yucca, and guayusa water as a cool drink.
Shuar
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In a small village there were rumors that in the forest there was a toad which if someone made fun of it would turn into a ferocious tiger one day at night a man from home went hunting promising that if he found the toad he would pass by and in the forest he found nothing so he began to bother the toad since at first sight there was nothing the toad got angry and magically magically turned into a tiger. he magically turned into a tree and in one stroke he devoured the hunter and his wife went to look for him and when she arrived following his tracks she saw the toad sleeping on top and said "You are going to die for taking my husband" he grabbed his machete and knocked down the tree and the toad regurgitated the man and thanked his wife for saving him the rest of his life he never offended anyone but he never apologized for the toad.
The art
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The Shuar turn the seeds of achira, zapote, guaba and other fruits into necklaces, handles, earrings and belts and decorate them with feathers and mullos.
The religion
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Their religion is also catholic since most of Ecuador is catholic.
The holidays
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This culture celebrates has a holiday which is called "Fiesta de la chonta" is celebrated by the ripening of the fruits of a palm tree that the Shuar call uwi (chonta).
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