Kwanzaa Icons 1.0
Kwanzaa Icons features Kwanzaa icons for your desktop.
Here are some explanations about the icons:
- Kinara: A candle holder with seven candles. The Black candle is lit first. An additional candle is lit each day of Kwanzaa.
- Mkeka: A mat upon which mazao and muhindi are placed.
- Kibombe Cha Umoja: The Unity Cup. Everyone who takes part in the Kwanzaa celebration drinks from the Unity Cup.
- Muhindi: Corn. One ear of corn is placed on the mkeka for each child in the household.
- Mazao: Fruits and vegetables of the harvest.
- Zawadi: Simple gifts of heritage objects or handcrafted items.
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