Guaraní Rainstick | X-Small

Guaraní Rainstick | X-Small


Yanapuma is very proud to bring to you these amazing rainsticks from the Guarani people in Brazil.

The Guarani were one of the first peoples contacted after Europeans arrived in South America around 500 years ago. In Brazil, there are today around 51,000 Guarani living in seven states, making them the country's most numerous tribe. Many others live in neighboring Paraguay, Bolivia and Argentina.

The rainstick is considered a percussion instrument. Indians in Chile used it to bring rain. Many other cultures believed it could bring rain, and it has been used in religious ceremonies in different cultures because of the restful sound it makes.

Size: 8 inches tall 

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