What Is a Mishumaa SABA?

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The Mishumaa Saba are the 7 candles lit during Kwanzaa, 3 red candles, 3 green and 1 black candle in the center.
The candle holder in which the candles are placed is called the kinara.
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Mishumaa Saba is a Swahili term for the term 'The Seven Candles'. These are ceremonial objects used to recreate the sun's power symbolically and provide light. They are used in Kwanzaa celebration and have three red ones, one black and three green candles. The black candle is used to symbolise Umoja (unity), red candles Ujima, Nia and Imani while the green represent Ujamaa, Kujichagulia and Kuumba.
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