Hina, Goddess of the moon and of healing, was said to have climbed a rainbow from the ocean depths to the moon.
While planting, Hawaiians chant to Hina to invoke her blessings.
Goddess of coral and sea creatures, Hawaiian fishermen relate to Hina by watching the rising and setting of the stars for the right timing of fishing.
Hina bestows blessings of new growth, intuition and creativity.
Because of her devotion to the moon Mana (spiritual energy), Hina was named after the Hawaiian Goddess of the Moon.
At night, Hina dwells in her moon chair. Feeling like a sparkling diamond shining among the stars, Hina gets lost in the majestic beauty of the moon.
Hina is a one of a kind collectible display doll handcrafted by Hawaiian Dolls.