Fashion Blog / Maasai Beading: Color & Symbolism [ infographic ] by COLOURlovers :: COLOURlovers

I am really impressed that the Maasai Culture still exits in our world today With their unwavering culturallyrich history American.

Samburu woman profile - Kenya   By Eric Lafforgue   ::    The Samburu is closely related to the Maasai.

Samburu woman- Kenya By Eric Lafforgue. The Samburu are closely related to the Maasai.

"Adinkra symbols character symbols. See too a pdf of many symbols at: http://www.stlawu.edu/gallery/education/f/09textiles/adinkra_symbols.pdf"

adinkra symbols character symbols ** unity in diversity

If you're looking to get in touch with your culture, turn to YouTube — African tribal makeup tutorials are a thing, and they're beautiful.

9 Tribal Makeup Tutorials That Honor the Beauty of African Culture

A young Ghanaian child doing Akan Adowa dance majestically in her traditional                              beautiful and colorful kente apparel.   In many cases the use of Kente has a sacred intent. It may be used as a special gift item during such rites and ceremonies as child naming, puberty, graduation, marriage and soul-washing. It may also be used as a symbol of respect for the departed souls during burial rites and ancestral remembrance ceremonies.

Love this glimpse into African culture. A young Ghanaian child doing Akan Adowa dance majestically in her traditional, beautiful and colorful kente apparel.

Wodaabe (Mbororo) tribe. Traditionally nomadic cattle-herders and traders in Central African Republic.

Young Wodaabe Man, Niger Niger’s Wodaabe men decorate their faces and dance for hours to impress female judges. Photography by Steve McCurry

thirdw0rld:  kissingrivers:    Maasai girls, Maasai Mara National Park, Kenya    my mom and i were reading about Maasai people today

Maasai girls, Maasai Mara National Park, Kenya my mom and i were reading about Maasai people today

Africa | Image from the National Geographic July 1982 publication 'Dan Tribe. Ivory Coast' © Michael and Aubine Kirtley

kicker-of-elves: “ Dan Tribe Ivory Coast National Geographic July 1982 Michael and Aubine Kirtley ”

Part 2: 4. The word Niger comes from the latin word meaning "negros". Since…

Social Influences: In the Nigerian women decorated gourd bowls to protect themselves from the sun

African masks are arguably the most recognized artifacts or craft items from the African continent. They will feature in many museums, art galleries and also craft for sale. The masks hold a very special place in African cultures. Despite their timeless existence, many people are not well-versed with the craft items. The following are 10 …

African Masks Collection 1 Model by zbignev

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