Saturday Star

Piper plays prayer at ‘Teddy Mafia’ funeral

THE practice of playing the Scottish bagpipes at funerals for Indian families in Durban has become so popular that bagpipe player, Dave Dickson, especially learned how to play the religious prayer song Aum Namah Shivaya (Prayer to Lord Shiva).

Dickson played at the lavish funeral

Vous lisez un aperçu, inscrivez-vous pour en lire plus.

Plus de Saturday Star

Saturday Star3 min de lecture
Huge Spike In Sales Of Printed Books
LOCKDOWN has seen a phenomenal rise in the sale of printed books, with US print book sales up by 82% and more than 200 million print books sold in the UK. As the world retreated from Covid-19 and locked in with technology, people curled up on the cou
Saturday Star2 min de lectureAutomotive
Quick Read
ALTHOUGH its Rogue-badged equivalent was launched in the US last year, the X-Trail model is taking its sweet time to reach international markets. But now we have something resembling a timeline, with Nissan’s European division releasing the first off
Saturday Star3 min de lecture
Pop The Bubbly, Posh Picnics Are In
HEAD to the hilltops, beach or a lush garden for a day of picnicking – no special occasion necessary. From checked blankets spread over manicured lawns to foraged flowers, pitchers of icy pink lemonade, and a feast of artisanal breads, charcuterie an