Buddhist Lotus Description coming soon.
Tree of God, Altar Nyame Dua (Tree Of God, Altar) is a symbol of worship and veneration. It signifies the presence and protection of God and urges people to venerate God.
The King’s Eyes Ohene Niwa (The King’s Eyes) is a symbol of vigilance and wariness. It is believed nothing can be hidden from a King or Queen. The symbol teaches the need for wariness and vigilance in order not to be taken off guard. It is also a warning to those who engage in dubious [...]
Siamese Crocodile Funtunfunefu-Denkyemfunefu (Siamese Crocodile) is a symbol of democracy and unity in diversity. These reptiles share a common belly, yet they fight over food. This symbol signifies the unification of people of different cultures in order to achieve common objectives, in spite of their divergent views and opinions about the way of life. It [...]
Ram Horn Dwennimmen (Ram’s Horn) is a symbol of humility and strength. The symbol signifies modesty and stresses the need to humble one’s self in every aspect of life in order to learn and acquire knowledge.
Go Back and Take Sankofa (Go Back and Take) is a symbol of positive reversion, the importance of returning in home to bring past cultural values into our lives today. It represents the idea that progress is based on the use of positive contributions of the past. This symbol teaches the wisdom of learning from [...]