Pinterest でおしゃれアイデアをまとめましょう!

関連トピックを見てみる

MPENZI WEWE NI FURAHA YA MAISHA YANGU means: "My love (favorite) you are the joy of my life"

MPENZI WEWE NI FURAHA YA MAISHA YANGU means: "My love (favorite) you are the joy of my life"

RADHI YA MAMA NI SITARA YA MWANA  -  One of the last khangas made in Kenya at the Rivatex factory in Eldoret. No. RR 15900

RADHI YA MAMA NI SITARA YA MWANA - One of the last khangas made in Kenya at the Rivatex factory in Eldoret. No. RR 15900

Mimi na wewe forever: "I'm with you forever."

Mimi na wewe forever: "I'm with you forever."

A very colorful khanga (kanga) from  Tanzania.  The saying say:  I thank God.

A very colorful khanga (kanga) from Tanzania. The saying say: I thank God.

KARIBU MGENI means "Welcome stranger" This khanga is from the early 21rst century and made in Kenya.

KARIBU MGENI means "Welcome stranger" This khanga is from the early 21rst century and made in Kenya.

Kanga - mungu hamtupi mja wake

Kanga - mungu hamtupi mja wake

Kanga.Khanga.Lesso.Leso.Kitenge.Swahili. Fabric

Kanga.Khanga.Lesso.Leso.Kitenge.Swahili. Fabric

A Marriage khanga saying,  MOLA IBARIKI HARUSI YETU IWE YA HERI  which means, "Lord bless our marriage with happiness".  From the extra shiny appearance of the fabric this is more than likely a polyester khanga and probably printed in Tanzania.

African Kenya Fabric Kanga Khanga Leso Shuka #312

A Marriage khanga saying, MOLA IBARIKI HARUSI YETU IWE YA HERI which means, "Lord bless our marriage with happiness". From the extra shiny appearance of the fabric this is more than likely a polyester khanga and probably printed in Tanzania.

Kanga, Designed in: Mombasa (town)MALI YA ABDULLA, Biashara Street, Mombasa in 2003:  - A rectangular machine-printed white cotton cloth, kanga, with a continuous patterned border of yellow, black and red floral motifs, enclosing a central red rectangle with repeating diagonal designs in red, yellow and white. Just above the centre of the lower border is an inscription in Kiswahili written in the Roman script: SINA SIRI NINA JIBU - " I have no secrets but I have an answer".

Kanga, Designed in: Mombasa (town)MALI YA ABDULLA, Biashara Street, Mombasa in 2003: - A rectangular machine-printed white cotton cloth, kanga, with a continuous patterned border of yellow, black and red floral motifs, enclosing a central red rectangle with repeating diagonal designs in red, yellow and white. Just above the centre of the lower border is an inscription in Kiswahili written in the Roman script: SINA SIRI NINA JIBU - " I have no secrets but I have an answer".

Colorful khanga is the traditional dress in Tanzania, will be sure to pick some up next visit.

Colorful khanga is the traditional dress in Tanzania, will be sure to pick some up next visit.

Pinterest
検索