Chaga Prayer in Cloth
Ruwa, the Chaga name for God and the Sun, is revered as their Chief and Preserver. He is credited with uniting the bush and the plain, creating mankind. In his prayer, one seeks healing, offspring, unity, and security.
Dressed in soft cotton pyjamas and a short-sleeved collarless shirt, Ruwa embodies the essence of comfort. His carefree Rasta hairstyle adds a touch of playful charm. Handcrafted by Afghan women refugees using waste fabric, Ruwa represents not only cultural reverence but also supports a sustainable income for its creators.
Ruwa, the Chief and Preserver, blesses all that is ours. May he heal those in need, grant them and their children abundant offspring, and unite our clan to preserve our land. May strangers not infringe upon our sacred groves. Ruwa, the embodiment of the Chaga prayer, serves as a symbol of cultural respect and economic empowerment for Afghan artisans.
The product includes the bedding for the doll packed in a smart foldable box.
Material: Cotton doll, polyfill, woollen hair, cotton bedding, paper box
Dimensions: Mom: H 47 cm, W 13 cmThe customer is liable to pay any customs duty which is levied on the product.