NSAA - A type of hand woven fabric
Nsaa - Symbol of quality
Name/Theme: Nsaa - Quality, Durability
Proverb: ‘Nea onim nsaa, na oto nea ago.’ Literal Translation: He who knows nsaa is the one that even buys the weak and old one. (Glover, 1969)
Meaning: Nea onim means he who knows, nsaa refers to a cloth, na oto means who buys, nea ago means that which is weak. This proverb draws the significance of aiming at good quality and durability rather than quantity.
Moral Value: The proverb advises people to make quality and durability a hallmark, and avoid mediocrity in their productivity. It also encourages people to patronize high-quality goods. This is a symbol of a taste for good quality and durability.
Extract from Cultural Symbolism in Asante Traditional Textiles by ABRAHAM EKOW ASMAH
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