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Koliva (funeral wheat) for the Dormition - Wow! I have not seen znything this intricate before!

Koliva (funeral wheat) for the Dormition ((August is the day the Theotokos *Virgin Mary* went to sleep. A very important day in the Greek Orthodox church))

Kolyva - wheat to be blessed in Loved ones' memorial services.

“No one can confidently say that he will still be living tomorrow.” Euripides This is a long weekend in Greece with the holidays of Soul Sat.

Koliva for year orthodox memorial. Use royal icing to "glue" candies

Koliva for year orthodox memorial. Use royal icing to "glue" candies

koliva..hmmm I want to use quinoa too!

Koliva Memorial- day after the repose of an Orthodox Christian. Also 3 yr anniversary.

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Kolyva

Like for All Saints Day when we have a lot of candles to light. Light from one candle and stand in bowls of rice or sand. One lone window box filled with sand would work well.

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La Kóliva es grano de trigo cocido que se emplea en la Iglesia Ortodoxa como un alimento ritual y que se ofrece tras la conmemoración de los difuntos durante la Divina Liturgia. La Kóliva también se prepara en la conmemoración de algún santo.

La Kóliva es grano de trigo cocido que se emplea en la Iglesia Ortodoxa como un alimento ritual y que se ofrece tras la conmemoración de los difuntos durante la Divina Liturgia. La Kóliva también se prepara en la conmemoración de algún santo.

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