Tane Mahuta's Triumph (close up of painting) - Jane Crisp (2007)

Tane Mahuta's Triumph (close up of painting) - Jane Crisp (2007)

Tane Mahuta...God of the Forest and living creatures. Carved Surfboard.

Tane Mahuta...God of the Forest and living creatures. Carved Surfboard.

Tāne Mahuta • God of the Forest and its Creatures by Rex Homan, Māori artist (KR70902)

Tāne Mahuta • God of the Forest and its Creatures by Rex Homan, Māori artist (KR70902)

Tane Mahuta - Maori Gods series - by Hika Taewa -  the mighty Tāne Mahuta (god of the forest) lay on his back and dug his shoulders deep into his mother's body. With his legs, Tāne pushed against his father and, with all the strength he could summon, attempted to let light into the world.

Tane Mahuta - Maori Gods series - by Hika Taewa - the mighty Tāne Mahuta (god of the forest) lay on his back and dug his shoulders deep into his mother's body. With his legs, Tāne pushed against his father and, with all the strength he could summon, attempted to let light into the world.

See Tane Mahuta ("God of the Forest") - NZ's largest known living Kauri tree. According to Maori mythology Tane is the son of Ranginui the sky father and Papatuanuku the earth mother. Tane was the child that tore his parents' parental embrace and once done set about clothing his mother in the forest we have here today.  All living creatures of the forest are regarded as Tane’s children.

See Tane Mahuta ("God of the Forest") - NZ's largest known living Kauri tree. According to Maori mythology Tane is the son of Ranginui the sky father and Papatuanuku the earth mother. Tane was the child that tore his parents' parental embrace and once done set about clothing his mother in the forest we have here today. All living creatures of the forest are regarded as Tane’s children.

http://hangiguide.co.nz/ Hangi is a old-fashioned Maori technique of preparing food by steaming it below ground. The flavor is one of a kind and still used in the present day. Mitai Hangi

http://hangiguide.co.nz/ Hangi is a old-fashioned Maori technique of preparing food by steaming it below ground. The flavor is one of a kind and still used in the present day. Mitai Hangi

Official Hangi Guide - the real deal guide to putting down a mean Hangi, includes full instructions, tips, videos and lists.and more.

Official Hangi Guide - the real deal guide to putting down a mean Hangi, includes full instructions, tips, videos and lists.and more.

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