This is a rectangular piece of a red blanket mostly worn by Maasai Warriors/men. It is draped around the shoulder like a toga. Also referred to as Maasai Shuka.
A rectangular piece of cotton that husbands give their wives, children to their mothers, and women may often split it to give half to their best friends.
Derived from the Kikuyu tribe in Kenya and pronounced as Siondo, these are woven sisal baskets.