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Djembe and the Importance it Holds to Ghanaian and African Culture
The Djembe drums are an integral part of Ghanaian, and most importantly the entire African culture. Playing with the African percussion instrument has a great purpose to affairs, festivals, and ceremonies.
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The stories that the kente scarf and the meaning of the patterns have to tell
Kente cloth scarf was considered sacred in the past and only worn during royal occasions, but now it has spread worldwide and worn by everyone. Since the authentic African scarf is still expensive, only the rich people in Africa mostly wear it.
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Dressing Up for African Ceremony - Getting Into African Clothing
When dressing up for an African ceremony, African clothing needs to be proper, fashionable, and fit for the celebration at hand. Even if dressing up for African ceremonies has changed as the years pass by, the greatest impact began during the 20th century
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Adinkra Symbols and Their Hidden Meaning
Adinkra symbols can be traced back to their origins of the Asante people of Ghana, West Africa. Today they are widely used to give definitive meanings and messages through a wide range of different products such as jewellery, Adinkra cloths, clothing
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The charisma of the African sculptures
The history of the African art influenced the artists worldwide with their aesthetic value and the qualities of them today still are inspiriting everyone day by day.
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