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A Vanua is divisible into a group of Yavusa / tribes: a Yavusa is a group of Mataqali / family units.Within the Mataqali making up one Yavusa one Mataqali will be predominant and head that Yavusa as a whole.Each chief of the village will in turn lead the people to fulfill their role to the Vanua.
Serua, Namosi areas, The meaning of Tako-Lavo is the Father Son relationship.
Intermarriage through the Vasu was used to expand kingdoms and unite old enemies or strengthen family links.
If a Fijian was Kai Rewa and Vasu i Lau (paternally from Rewa District of Rewa Province and maternally from Lakeba, Lau), then he/she would be considered from Rewa, which is of the Burebasaga confederacy and Lakeba of the Lau Province, which is of the Tovata confederacy.
Fijian tradition and ceremony is a living way of life that has remained intact for millennia, evolving as the Fijian nation has modernised over time, with various external influences from Pacific neighbours, and European and Asian society.
The term Fijian in this article refers to "indigenous Fijians" or "I Taukei" as the term Fijian generally includes all citizens of Fiji.
The i Taukei (Indigenous Fijians) culture is not based on biological lineage but instead on a child's link to a spiritual ancestor.