karakia

3 Comments for “karakia”

Margie Kahukura Hohepa

says:

Kia ora,
what a beautiful karakia! I have just started my raranga journey and am hoping that it is okay for me to copy and use this karakia when weaving?
ngā mihi,
Makere

Amanda Griffin

says:

Kia ora Makere
Good luck with your journey. This is a well known karakia to use when weaving so please do use it.
Ngā mihi nui
Amanda

Marie Connolly

says:

Kia ora Amanda
I am doing a research project for my Level 2 Te Reo Maori, and need a karakia from Taranaki, do you know who wrote this beautiful karakia and where it is from?
I have also done my Diploma Raranga so a rananga karakia is relevent to me, we learnt karakia mo Te Harakere and am not sure where that comes from either.
Nga mihi
Marie Connolly

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