Hesuitakuera Purahei

At the end of the song, the owner of Calvary chip gives them hot cooked or cane. They usually carry the items that were used on Good Friday crucifixion and death, for example, hammer and nails, crown of thorns, red cloak, spear, a long stick with a sponge on top, the lantern, the stock market with 30 coins, stairs, a linen cloth, the scepter and the three crosses. Nane broom jepokuaa ko ou guive nandeva Cologne. Umi oikuaaukava'ekue Hesuitakuera Purahei nande ypykuerape mbeguekatupe inambue Ohoven has UPEI has oguahe ko'aga jaikuaahaicha nandeva eg. In our country, this tradition comes from the music created and sung by the Jesuits during the colonial period and, with the passage of time was changed to the current forms.

Ko'aga rupee has ho'a hagua tesaraipe ko ani nande jepokuaa, ohekombo'e kurusurape'anduhara ikatuhaguaicha itajyrakuerape omoiru ita'yra has been peichahape chupekuera ijatykuerape umi Purahei asy tahekove hikuai puku. In order to preserve the tradition to go away, estacioneros currently teach and incorporate their children in groups so as to ensure that the tradition is kept alive. ATY kurusurape'anduhara Avei Ja'eva'era ko'a ojuasavo taper sapy'ante oha'aha hikuai mavapa upe ikatupyry has oikuaa hetaveva Purahei asy. Peich jave, ATY peteiva opurahei onepyru has UPEI has Peich Ambue ombohovai suck heseve ko'emba Meve oho. Aicha ikane'ova Ndaipori primer. It is worth mentioning that many times on the roads there are two or more groups of Estacioneros and "challenge" in a singing competition estacioneros, which can last for hours until dawn, or rather, to finish the code and be a winner.