Native American Indian
kachinas and art by Hopi and Navajo nations that are made in
Kachina (pronounced kah-CHEE-nah) dolls are traditional, hand-carved wooden dolls made by Hopi
and Navajo Indians of the Southwestern US. Each Kachina doll represents a spirit in life. Some typical spirits
represented by the Hopi in Kachina dolls include: the chief, the corn maiden, the ceremonial dancer, the singer, the ogre, the buffalo, the badger, the crow, the hawk,
clouds, the sun, and the rainbow.
The Kachina dolls once carved and costumed represent Kachina dancers. As
the Winter Solstice comes to a close, the Pueblo people of the Southwest
anticipate the arrival of the Kachinas. The Pueblo–such as the
Zuni–believe that Kachinas are ancestral spirits that appear each spring
to teach the people how to live and how to ensure rainfall and plentiful
crops. Order and collect Kachina Dolls by clicking here on
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