The Miss Navajo Nation Pendleton Shawl

This blanket symbolize the sacredness and beauty of Navajo woman.

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The Miss Navajo Nation logo is placed in the center because she personifies two female deities in Dinè culture.

White Shell Woman and Changing Woman are also represents by the white shells.  Surrounding the logo is the rainbow, which signifies the sovereignty of the great Navajo Nation, with an opening to the east, the direction and which the Dinè greet the morning sun.

The six sacred mountains are embedded; the arrowheads act as shields of protection and also represent the 50 states of the U.S.A.

The Miss Navajo Nation Pendleton Shawl

The Miss Navajo Nation Pendleton Shawl

Miss Navajo Nation Leandra Thomas, Mother and Grandmother.

Miss Navajo Nation Leandra Thomas, Mother and Grandmother.

Miss Navajo Nation Leandra Thomas and Father.

Miss Navajo Nation Leandra Thomas and Father.

Miss Navajo Nation Leandra Thomas signed shawl

Miss Navajo Nation Leandra Thomas signed shawl

 

 

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  1. ARlen perdasofpy _thomas says:

    how much is that blaket and where can we get one at ?

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