Monday, 11 February 2013

Dolls Wall Paper

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Dolls Wall Paper Biography
Dolls are sometimes used as children's playthings, but they may also have spiritual, magical and ritual value. There is no defined line between spiritual dolls and toys. In some cultures dolls that had been used in rituals were given to children. They were also used in children's education and as carriers of cultural heritage. In other cultures dolls were considered too laden with magical powers to allow children to play with them.[4]

African dolls are used to teach, and entertain, they are supernatural intermediaries, and they are manipulated for ritual purposes. Their shape and costume vary according to region and custom. Frequently dolls are handed down from mother to daughter. Akuaba are wooden ritual fertility dolls from Ghana and nearby areas. The best known akuaba are those of the Ashanti people, whose akuaba have large, disc-like heads. Other tribes in the region have their own distinctive style of akuaba.

Dolls Wall Paper

Dolls Wall Paper

Dolls Wall Paper

Dolls Wall Paper

Dolls Wall Paper

Dolls Wall Paper

Dolls Wall Paper

Dolls Wall Paper

Dolls Wall Paper

Dolls Wall Paper

Dolls Wall Paper
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