Kiva have been places of worship for many thousands of years. These square underground chambers are found in Ancient Puebloan cliff dwellings of the American Southwest. Kivas from earlier times featured a sipapu, a hole in the north of the chamber that represents mankind’s place of emergence from the underworld. Modern Kivas are still built underground. A pattern of squared steps represents the physical and spiritual paths in and out of the Kiva, where moderns Hopi people still gather for spiritual ceremonies. To inquire about custom orders with this fabric, please call (405) 948-0018.
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