Pū is the Hawaiian Name for Conch Shell. A gift from the Ocean, the Pū comes out of the life giving waters with a sound that flows across the 'Aina ( land ).
The blowing of the Pu, a deep part of the Hawaiian culture, has multiple uses and communicates various meanings in both Religious and secular traditions.
Blowing the Pū is sometimes used before a ceremony to mark the official beginning.
To blow the Pū is a call to the divine. The blowing of the Pū should always be accompanied by Hawaiian protocol.
Hawaiian Ceremonial Pū shell horns are the traditional Royal fanfare trumpet of the Pacific Islands.
They are actually large seashells. Triton and Cassis Cornuta and Queen pink Conch are used....
Sharon Mau is a fine art photographer, journalist, visual communicator and conceptual artist residing upcountry on the beautiful tropical island of 'Ihi-kapu-lau-mäewa more commonly known as Maui Hawaii - Paradise on Earth - Island of Rainbows, specializing primarily in beautiful tropical flowers, conceptual art and seascapes.
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