Aboriginal Art Rag Ukulele Strap – Women Collecting Water Brown

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$28.95

Spirit Dreaming

Indigenous Australians are one among the native people on earth with traditions and customs going back to approx. 50000 years. Their belief system is built on their value & respect towards the land and the dreamtime. Though their dreaming about land changes between different groups, the idea of creation from their ancestors, stays similar; ancestors and forefathers sprang up from underneath the soil as spirits and started building mountains, rivers, waterholes, trees, and light garden for future generations.

These ancestral spirits are considered as the creators and they are part of their day to day life. Aboriginals belief death as a transition to another life, where they consider the spirit taking different form of life after death. Spirits / soul of these ancestral beings are transferred to a different shape such as a tree, river, mountain, garden etc.

Anette Doolan comes from Santa Terese of Central Australia. She belongs to the Doolan family and speaks Arrernte language. Her dreaming’s mainly involve Seven Sisters, Dancing Spirits, Spirit Dreaming etc.

Please note that as this material is cut from a larger piece & design that the pattern may vary.

Fabric sewn onto 40mm webbing.

2mm genuine leather ends with lacing to attach the strap to the headstock.

Slide adjustable in length from 80cm to 120cm.

Made In Australia.

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Description

Fabric sewn onto 40mm webbing.

2mm genuine leather ends with lacing to attach the strap to the headstock.

Slide adjustable in length from 80cm to 120cm.

Made In Australia.

Additional information

Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions 14 × 7 × 5 cm

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