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About INDABA
 

 
 

About INDABA

indaba (n-db)
n.

From the Zulu meaning a council or meeting to discuss an important matter.
[Zulu n-db, affair, topic for discussion, conference :n-, n. pref. + -db, affair.]

Australian Aboriginals in the Dhamuri district also used this term to denote
a "Spiritual Gathering Place".

The Dhamurian Society also calls it's gatherings   Indaba.  We try to encompass both meanings, by having discussions or conferences, and to hold them at places of spiritual importance, or places which are spiritually pleasing or harmonious.

Indabas may include a visit to a special site, short bushwalk, talks on various subjects by members or guest speakers or plain chat sessions.
Most Indabas are held in the S.E. Queensland area.

 

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