TATEI HARAMARA MOTHER SEA MAKAN BAG
Measures W 8" x H 5.5 "
This work in yarn by the Carrillo brothers from San Luis Potosí shows water as an embodied by Tatei Haramara, the mother or the Sea according to the cosmology of the Huichol people. It is She who brings rain and gives birth to plants like maize, source of growth, or sacred peyote, which brings knowledge. Fire is the means by which ancestors and divine beings communicate. Earth is represented by the snake, while the eagle is the symbol of the Sun. However, the deer is the most sacred creature, as it is a source of wisdom. This magnificent piece located in CASA PINEDA COVALIN in Querétaro, a museum manor that showcases the wealth of our biodiversity, history and traditions.