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Andide kudumid / Andean weaving

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Vaido (Võrumaa, Estonia) on 15 November 2022 in Lifestyle & Culture.

Andean weaving is rich with innumerable Quechua symbols and patterns. Some symbols, known as pallay in Quechua, have been used for time immemorial, while others are modern innovations. Traditional textile patterns honor the Pachamama, (Mother Earth), and express thankfulness for growth, regeneration, and interconnectedness with the natural world.
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Andide kudumid sisaldavad lugematul hulgal ketšua sümboleid ja mustreid. Mõned sümbolid (ketšua keeles tuntud pallay nime all) on kasutusel iidsetest aegadest, teised on aga kaasaegsed. Traditsioonilised tekstiilimustrid austavad Pachamamat (Maaema) ja väljendavad tänulikkust igavese taassünni ja loodusega seotuse eest.
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Hiro from Kyoto, Japan

nice capture

15 Nov 2022 9:11am

Darkelf Photography from Perth, Australia

Excellent photo.

16 Nov 2022 3:34am

Brian from Christchurch, New Zealand

Excellent portrait

16 Nov 2022 4:41am