A Panji is a large piece of cloth, worn to cover the lower body of men, and the lower and/or upper body of women. It was worn during physical slavery to cover up the body, but after the formal abolishment of slavery, Surinamese wear the panji especially when dealing with celebrations or Winti rituals.
- Aisa: white with blue stripes (Loko colors)
- Fodu (Vodu): Jampanesi (Javanese) design
- Ingi: red and white design (Saramacca Ingi also has yellow in the design)
- Busi Ingi: pina-ede sarpoes (dark blue cloth with dots as small as a pinhead) or bleu-black sarpoes (a dark cloth without dots)
- Ampuku: Blue-black with thin white stripes
- Kantamasi: yellow and green
- Adumankama: yellow and black
This is a Dutch Guyana translation of De Kleuren in [Panji] at http://mistiek.punt.nl/content/2008/03/de-kleuren-in-panji-s.