Manuhiri (guests) sit to eat during the hākari (feast) in the wharekai (dining hall) at Rāhui marae in Tikitiki, in 1971. When visitors are welcomed into the wharekai following the pōwhiri (welcome), elders, parents with young children and visitors who have travelled from far away will be asked to come in first.
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Reference: Anne Salmond, Hui: a study of Māori ceremonial gatherings. Auckland: A. H & A. W. Reed, 1976
Photograph by Jeremy Salmond
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