Pa’Tangke Lumu’ comes from the word Tangke which means branch or branch and the word Lumu’ which means moss. This carving resembles the branches of a moss plant in water. Moss is an allusion to vast and fertile rice fields which usually yield multiple results. Moss life in water is always in one relationship and is not interrupted from one another.
The message or meaning contained in this Pa’Tangke Lumu’ carving is:
- The hope is that the family and children and grandchildren everywhere will always be in one inseparable link.
- Symbolizes wealth and prosperity.