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Navajo Shaman

Navajo Shaman

August 12, 2014 - 10:00 am in Navajo Rituals

The prehistoric Navajos were the one of the last groups to arrive in the Southwest. They lived in the area of the Southwest called Four Corners, a place where four states of New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado and Utah meet. These people were nomads, hunters and…

Navajo Death Rituals

Navajo Death Rituals

July 16, 2014 - 2:00 pm in Navajo Rituals

The Navajo people have a troubled and long history. Though they suffered from the past, they maintained their ancient customs and traditions. They also…

Navajo Headdress

Navajo Headdress

June 23, 2014 - 10:00 am in Navajo Rituals

There are various important and colorful picturesque items that are commonly worn by the Navajo people. One of these is the Navajo headdress. The designs…

Navajo Night Chants

Navajo Night Chant

June 18, 2014 - 10:00 am in Navajo Rituals

Known as the Mountain Chant, the Navajo night chant is being given only during the winter season or hibernation. Apart from it, this is also being given as the wings started and the thunder storms ended. History Of The Night Chant For the Navajos, they believed…

Navajo Spindle

Navajo Spindle

June 17, 2014 - 6:27 pm in Navajo Rituals

Navajo spindle is truly an example of the supported spindle. This is being used by Pueblo Indian and Navajo nations. This spinner is sitting on a chair or floor while the underneath area of the shaft is resting in the ground. The thigh, its topmost part and…

Navajo Kinship

Navajo Kinship

June 16, 2014 - 12:00 pm in Navajo Rituals

The Navajo are being studied as the most interesting people around the world. Despite this fact, their own social organization is not yet understood. However, there are already theoretical approaches that best explain the Navajo kinship. Actually, the kinship…

Navajo Concho Belts

Navajo Concho Belt

June 14, 2014 - 6:00 pm in Navajo Rituals

In the eighteen hundreds, Navajo Concho belt was typically fashioned and handmade from turquoise stone and silver metal. This belt is constructed from the leather strap along with Conchos or metal and stone that are fastened on the belt at uniform and regular…

Navajo TeePees

Navajo Teepee

June 13, 2014 - 7:39 pm in Navajo Rituals

The Navajo people were in the past a nomadic tribe. During summer, these tribes live in brush shelters referred to as Navajo Teepee and during winter season, they practically lived in earth-covered lodges. People living in Navajo hunted antelope, elk and deer,…

Navajo White Granite

Navajo White Granite

June 13, 2014 - 12:00 pm in Navajo Rituals

One of the busiest and most likely to tear and wear place of all households is in the kitchen. This is a place where people usually preparing their meals. A home’s kitchen also serves as a receiving area for visitors and guests and also a place where others…

Navajo Peace Pipe

Navajo Peace Pipe

June 4, 2014 - 10:00 am in Navajo Rituals

Most people are familiar that native pipes were frequently utilized in the old times to assist bring peace between nations or tribes. The word “peace pipe” has appeared lately because of songs and stories of old. But some are aware that native tribes in…