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1868 Glen Dr 150, Vancouver, BC, V6A 4K4
2150 4th Ave W, Vancouver, BC, V6K 1N6
1864 Triumph St, Vancouver, BC, V5L 1K2
1505 Commercial Drive, Vancouver, BC, V5L 3Y1
Paranada continues the strong tradition of working with the local people in Rajistan, India, Nepal, and Indonesia to produce clothing, hats, and bags from natural fibre materials, hand block printed with natural vegetable dyes on hand woven or power loom materials from an array of cotton, silk, hemp, rayon, banana, and flax fibres. Our work is environmentally sustainable. Our tailors are treated fairly and take great care to produce the best garments for you. On average these tailors have worked together for about 20 years. Every year since 1988 the owner has gone to India and other countries to choose the materials and continue to develop our products and help the people we work with to be successful and to grow with us. This product innovation is crucial to the sustainability of our model in a competitive world.
1907 4th Ave W, Vancouver, BC, V6J 1M7
1117-88 West Pender Street, Vancouver, BC, V6B 6N9
For those seeking a touch of exotic untamed cultures of Africa, we offer a variety of items to tempt your pallet: masks, pictures, wall hangings and batiks to decorate your walls and African teak, mahogany and ebony furnishings to add spice to your home. Statues and ceremonial carvings are available to peek from your corners. We have musicals instruments and music to touch your soul. African fashion for comfort and to show the beauty in you along with jewelry, purses and accessories to accent the exotic in you. Aromas of incense and perfume oils for all tastes. Learn the meaning behind the works of art you obtain. Come journey with us through the history of Africa. We welcome you. We also specialize in traditional African Hair Braiding: Khady's West African Senegalese Style Braidings Hair braiding is an ancient art, handed down from generation to generation in Africa. The origins of the art form can be traced back to Egypt as far as 3500 BCE. In many West African countries, hair braiding developed into complex patterns signaling one's social status, age group and village affiliation. Certain elaborate hair treatments were reserved for ceremonial occasions such as weddings. Also, we carry... - African Drums - African Shea Butter - Black soap - African djembe -Essence and Egyptian perfume oil
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