Kāhili Pa‘a Lima, Part 2
Kaʻiwakīloumoku Hawaiian Cultural Center
Kau Kupulau, 2021
Featuring: Kumulāʻau Sing
Kāhili are symbols of royalty, and the kāhili paʻa lima (handheld kāhili) is often associated with aliʻi wahine of old Hawaiʻi. Traditionally, feathers from seabirds, roosters, and chickens were used for the creation of these beautiful feather standards. Watch this video to learn how to create your very own modern kāhili paʻa lima.