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Do you want⭐ADINKRA SYMBOLS EXPLAINED⭐ in detail with their meanings? Here is a comprehensive list of the symbols and their significance to Ghana's Akan people.

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Do you know the meanings of Adinkra symbols? “Return and get it” is a symbol of the importance of learning from the past. The literal translation of the word and the symbol is “it is not taboo to fetch what is at risk of being left behind.

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Do you know the meanings of Adinkra symbols? "He who does not know can know from learning" symbolizes knowledge, lifelong education and a continued quest for knowledge.

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Do you know the meanings of Adinkra symbols? "Cowrie shell" symbolizes wealth, abundance and affluence.

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Do you know the meanings of Adinkra symbols? "What I hear, I keep" is a symbol of wisdom, knowledge and prudence. Understanding means wisdom and knowledge, but it also represents the prudence of taking into consideration what another person has said.

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Adinkra Symbols and Meanings: West African Knowledge Symbols Adinkra are visual symbols that encapsulate evocative messages conveying traditional wisdom, philosphical thoughts, ideas or aspects of life or the environment. Once obscured, these West African symbols now take the spotlight in the world's third largest movie industry, Hollywood. Adinkra symbols have been spotted in movies like; 121 Adinkra Symbols Vector Collection(Instant Download) Big Bundle! Create beautiful designs with…

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© Aaron Mobley - Heart of Afrika Designs Adinkra Cloth Symbols Chart Click here for a detailed view of the Adinkra Cloth Symbols Chart: http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3035/2927423965_a74f4b0bb8_o.jpg

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THE DWENNIMMEN Adinkra Stud Earrings feature a small pillow shaped Dwennimmen adinkra symbol. Dwennimmen translates to the term "rams horns". It symbolizes humility and strength. Adinkra symbols were originally created by the Bono people of Gyaman. They were named after the Gyaman King Nana Kwado Agyemang Adinkra. The symbols were later adopted into the proverbial lexicon of the Ashanti peoples of West Africa. Metal Info & Care Available in: Sterling Silver, 18K Gold Vermeil (18K Gold over…

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