Size: 41.5cm x 35cm
Story: The Bundut is a dancing and meeting place at the law ground. The people sit on the ground there and they sing songs. The ladies dance around behind the men when they're singing the song. The Bundut is a special place for teaching and learning. This important ceremonial site also has its own song. At the Fortescue River in Jindawurrunha (Millstream) there is a large area of rock that is the first Bundut or law ground for Yindjibarndi people. They took the other law ground to Punmu.
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