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Naturally, boys are treated differently from girls.
One of the common ceremonies that is carried out is the shaving ceremony whereby the hair of the baby is shaven clean.
There is a lot of heartache associated with a broken engagement.
For the Malays, being highly sensitive and proud in nature, even a broken engagement will bring a lot of shame to the whole family, let alone a divorce.
The old Malays have a saying: "Biar mati anak jangan mati adat" It means: "We'd rather let our children die than abandoning our customs".
Sounds harsh maybe, but that is the way it goes in this part of the world.
It is believed that the way the lime falls in the water may give an indication of the behavior of the baby when he grows up.
They involve costumes as well as crafts especially made for the event.It is definitely a highly skilled job to be able to shave the baby's head without hurting him.The kaffir lime is cut into slices and the pieces let fall into the water.From the wombs of their mothers, unborn babies are blessed during their seventh month of pregnancy. A midwife who is well versed with the arcane art of divinity can predict whether the baby will be a boy or a girl just by looking the way the coconut roll off the belly.Later on, the coconut is halved and its juice poured into a glass for the pregnant woman to consume, blessed with magical incantation mixed with verses from the Al-Quran.