"Nagwana" is the word in the Tule language (Kuna Indians) that means basically "Mother Earth" and represents the relationship between the people and the earth living together harmoniously. The Kunas are known for their intricate textile work "mola" which is one of the ways that they express this relationship daily. Other areas of the ladder represent this life force and celebrates the many colors in nature.
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