traditional hawaii lei There is a goddess of lei making. Kuku`ena was the older sister to the more infamous volcano goddess, Pele. According to legend, she brought the seeds to Hawaii for the plants used in both lei making and medicine and is seen as a healer and a guide to those who get lost in the wilderness.

In Honor Of Lei Day, Everything You Never Knew About Leis

Traditional Hawaii lei There is a goddess of lei making. Kuku`ena was the older sister to the more infamous volcano goddess, Pele.

Hawaii's Princess Ka'iulani in London, 1895 She was born October 16, 1875 in Honolulu, she was named (in part) after Queen Victoria, she spoke several languages fluently, and her name means “the royal sacred one” in Hawaiian. Princess Victoria Ka’iulani was the last crown princess of the Kingdom of Hawaii.

Hawaii History Culture Princess Ka'iulani

Princess Victoria Ka’iulani was the last crown princess of the Kingdom of Hawaii.

The ancient cultural traditions of Hawaii live on in the Hula. The dance is taught and performed today all around the world, including Japan, France, #hula #hawaii #aloha

The ancient cultural traditions of Hawaii live on in the Hula. The dance is taught and performed today all around the world, including Japan, France, Germany and Mexico.

The ancient cultural traditions of Hawaii live on in the Hula. The dance is taught and performed today all around the world, including Japan, France, #hula #hawaii #aloha

The ancient cultural traditions of Hawaii live on in the Hula. The dance is taught and performed today all around the world, including Japan, France, Germany and Mexico.

Dancer Performing Kahiko at Halema'uma'u Crater, Big Island, Hawaii

Ulumauahi Keali'ikanaka'olehaililani, a hula dancer performs hula kahiko in front of the Royal Court as spectators watch and steam rises around Halemaumau crater during the Investiture ceremony on the Big Island of Hawai'i.

Ka‘iulani Crown Princess of the Hawai‘i, born Victoria Ka‘iulani Kalaninuiahilapalapa Kawēkiu i Lunalilo Cleghorn.

Kaʻiulani, Crowned Princess of Hawai'i, born Victoria Kaʻiulani Kalaninuiahilapalapa Kawēkiu i Lunalilo Cleghorn. Princess Kaiulani of Hawaii at age 11

Hawaii Volcano National Park "Lava & Life"

Hawaii Volcanoe National Park, enjoy the plants along 150 miles of trails, "Lava & Life"

Hula Legend Iolani Luahine, (1915-1978), the "high priestess" of hula, she became the most esteemed hula dancer in the state of Hawai‘i; instrumental in perpetuating the traditional hula kahiko.

Hula Legend Iolani Luahine, the "high priestess" of hula, she became the most esteemed hula dancer in the state of Hawai‘i; instrumental in perpetuating the traditional hula kahiko. Aunty 'Iolani Luahine- Head of my Halaus hula lineage.

Hula Legend Iolani Luahine, (1915-1978), the "high priestess" of hula, she became the most esteemed hula dancer in the state of Hawai‘i; instrumental in perpetuating the traditional hula kahiko.

Hula Legend Iolani Luahine, the "high priestess" of hula, she became the most esteemed hula dancer in the state of Hawai‘i; instrumental in perpetuating the traditional hula kahiko. Aunty 'Iolani Luahine- Head of my Halaus hula lineage.

ANCIENT HULA True traditional hula & hawaiian chants were outlawed in Hawaii. In 1980 Daddy Bray did an hawaiian chant in front of one of the old hawaiian palaces and was arrested. Sad, but it was a catalyst that started the revolution to bring back the art of the traditional hawaiian chants, hula & culture.

ANCIENT HULA True traditional hula & hawaiian chants were outlawed in Hawaii. In 1980 Daddy Bray did an hawaiian chant in front of one of the old hawaiian palaces and was arrested.

Princess Kaiulani....beautiful and intelligent...she fought against the annexation of Hawaii

Hawaii

Victoria Kaiulani - The People’s (Hawaiian) Princess - For a short time in the early Burton Latimer was the home of the Crown Princess of Hawaii whose short but tragic life touched the hearts of people across three continents.

Queen Liliuokalani of Hawai'i, who stood by her people and her country even when she was being punished for doing so.

Liliʻuokalani (September 1838 – November born Lydia Liliʻu Loloku Walania Wewehi Kamakaʻeha, was the last monarch and only queen regnant of the Kingdom of Hawaii.

Pinterest
Search