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- burebasaga is the largest of the three confederacies that make up fiji's house of chiefs, to which all fijian chiefs belong. it consists of the provinces
- the burebasaga confederacy, one of three traditional chiefly hierarchies. the roko tui dreketi, or paramount chief of rewa, is the head burebasaga. the
- central division includes most of the kubuna confederacy and part of the burebasaga confederacy, two of the three hierarchies to which fiji's chiefs all belong
- kubuna confederacy is the bauan form of ratu and ro from parts of the burebasaga confederacy. this title was widely used among members of the chiefly vuanirewa
- tui dreketi is the paramount chief of fiji's rewa province and of the burebasaga confederacy, to which rewa belongs. this title is considered the second
- roko tui dreketi, the paramount chief of fiji's rewa province and of the burebasaga confederacy raasta roko, means 'obstruct the road' in hindi; a form of
- was taken to her chiefly burial ground by the paramount chief of the burebasaga confederacy, roko tui dreketi ro teimumu kepa, a close relative. she was
- all of the chiefs also belong to one of three confederacies: kubuna, burebasaga, and tovata. for the most part, the boundaries of the confederacies correspond
- because it was thought that as president ratu josefa iloilo was from the burebasaga and his predecessor, ratu sir kamisese mara from tovata, the new vice-president
- neighbouring province of nadroga-navosa in 1916.[3]. serua is part of the burebasaga confederacy. the traditional head of the province is titled the vunivalu