Kwanzaa Kinara Biribi Wo Soro Kinara Set - Dark Brown
Kwanzaa is an opportunity to celebrate African traditions and culture. We celebrate the Seven Principals: Umoja (unity), Kujichagulia (self-determination), Ujima (collective work and responsibility), Ujamaa (cooperative economics), Nia (purpose), Kuumba (creativity) and Imani (faith). This Kinara Biribi Wo Soro: Black will become a key part of your family’s Kwanzaa celebration as you light the seven candles. The kinara is black and shaped like a ziggurat with holes to hold the candles. It has the word Kwanzaa engraved on the front. Over the word Kwanzaa the Nyame symbol for Biribi Wo Soro, which means, God there is something in the heavens. It is a symbol of hope and inspiration. The kinara is 14.5” and 5.5” tall. The base is 1.5” wide. Made in Ghana.
Kwanzaa Set Includes:
Kinara (The Candle Holder)
This is symbolic of our roots, our parent people -- continental Africans.
Mkeka (The Mat)
This is symbolic of our tradition and history and therefore, the foundation on which we build.
Kikombe cha Umoja (The Unity Cup)
This is symbolic of the foundational principle and practice of unity which makes all else possible.