Yes, they're blood siblings from the sand village, children of the fourth kazekage Rasa. Temari is the oldest & only daughter.
GaaraKankuroTemari/SiblingsThe Three Sand Siblings is the collective name for the children of Sunagakure's Fourth Kazekage: Temari, Kankurō and Gaara. Having undergone the gruelling training of their village, these three are regarded as elite shinobi of their village that excel in long-range combat.
Gaara's romantic experiences are mostly highlighted in the light novel, Gaara Hiden: A Sandstorm Mirage . In the light novel, he's first met with an arranged marriage to a young woman named Hakuto, of which he finds to be very beautiful. This occurs at a formal gathering of the Land of Wind's various dignitaries.
According to the former Sand ninja, Gaara adopted a boy named Shinki and has raised him to be his son. The boy is said to have immense chakra stores, and Temari goes so far as to tell Shikadai that he has "no chance against" Shinki.
"Hiruko vs. Two Kunoichi!" Chiyo tells Sakura that Sasori is the best human puppeteer who betrayed and left the Hidden Sand. Sensing the real Sasori inside his scorpion puppet Hiruko, Chiyo and Sakura have to dodge his stinging attacks in order to demolish Hiruko and force Sasori to emerge.
No longer inhabited, the First and Second's bodies dissolve, revealing themselves to in actuality be the bodies of Zaku Abumi and Kin Tsuchi, two Genin Orochimaru had entered into the Chunin Exams and had now sacrificed for his means.
'Naruto' Profile: TemarieditTemariNinja Registration53-004Academy Grad. Age12Chūnin Prom. Age17HideFamily Rasa (Father) Karura (Mother) Gaara (Brother) Kankurō (Brother) Shikadai Nara (Son) Yashamaru (Uncle) Shikamaru Nara (Husband) Shinki (Adoptive Nephew)
In America, tipping is optional in name only. Legally it's voluntary but if you slink out of a restaurant without leaving a gratuity of between 15 and 25 per cent, you're likely to be chased by a waiter demanding to know why.
Instead of a traditional casket, a person is buried in eco-friendly, biodegradable material. Otherwise, people who choose to be buried without a casket most commonly do so for one for three reasons: religious, financial, or environmental.