Ya'at'eeh Diné from Navajo Country!

Navajo way of knowing

We provide general and specific cultural education of Diné with information on cultural, language and historical materials

(505) 450-2181

Navajo Studies Institute

Dean & Cheii

Dean is Tsénahabiłniih & Cheii is Kinłichii’niih

Tsenahabiłniih

Tina @ her children’s games! 

Cultural, History & Language

Diné Bahane’ of the Ancient Times and of the Contemporary Period

Ya'at'eeh Diné doo Saaniih   

  • kwe’e hane’ ałhidahidzooh goh biłhas ąh, akoh ahehee’ nihaanǫǫyahigii doo t’aanihaana doodaał, nana shi’ ei Kinłichii’niih Diné nishłį Browse Diné Traditional Gallery Photo Museum
  • Dóó Ashįįnįįh éi bashechį́ dashishchį́ ei Diné  adaat’e naana Táchii’niih éi da Shicheii dóó Tł’ááshchíłi ei dashi náłi dii bee Diné nishłí   Diné bizaad
  • Diné Bahane’ is a story of the Navajo women and Navajo men from the beginning of time in the First blood dark world  Diné Bikeyah

Find out more

Coming Events: Research the origin of Diné Culture(s)?

Mini Session on Diné Philosophy

6:00 pm to 7:30 pm Tuesday

Dinebikeyah@icloud.com

Session One

  • Introduction to basic Navajo Philosophy of the Trinity in the 5th world and the Four cardinal directions in the beginning 

Session Two

Diné Ways of Knowing

I am K’eiłdeesbaa’, and a Tsenahabiłniih clan, my father is Tó aheedlį́į́niih, calendar is Lunar

  • I know basic Navajo Kinaałda Hózhǫǫjí because I have it done for me when I first had my puberty now that I know the Lunar Calendar of the Navajos, the Hózhǫ́ǫ́jí is ancient and the Navajos carry-on the ceremonies to this day in the 5th world which is the Glittering World Dook’ǫ’óósłííd (San Francisco Mountain on the west of Dinetah, 10th hardest Mountain in the world)
  • I also learned about the birth of Asdzani Nadleeh and Ghąąjį’ the dividing of the seasons the summer and winter, the Ni’ as Asdzani is changing by the seasons, Ahehee’

Navajo Studies Online Information

Diné Bahane’ online

  •  Navajo Studies is an on online information on the valid traditional Culture(s), Histories and Language(s), the knowledge of the Navajo society and also provides suggestions as well as consultations, on-site sharing  through mini-educational session, Consultants in areas of ’Traditional Knowledge’ Curriculums Materials Development and recommended suggestions for Dine materials contents   Navajo Research Associates


  • Provides inter-disciplinary  information in the areas of Navajo language, anthropology, archaeology, geological sciences and other related artifacts, ancient and contemporary architectural design and meaning, geology and migrations, paleo-human migrations, sciences of anthropology, traditional and modern medicines and therapuetic, color healing, petroglyph, rock art, DNA, Pleistocene IIKAAH GALLERY


  • Focus is on the Navajo people’s ancient past and the status of the contemporary period in the post modern world, reniassances, cultural re-birth, human rights, international laws


  • Provides comparative archaeological images with the Navajo cultural images and knowledge such as sand painting symbols, colors, shapes and songs are all valid and has meaning as of today that is passed on from Nihichooni’ yęęh ancient ancestors with established meaning 5thworldstudio@gmail.com Diné Bikeyah Ancient Sites in Texas

Information on Mini Sessions

Pre-Columbia Empire of The Diné

Contemporary of the Navajo Nation in a colonial status of jurisdictional conflicting created

Diné Bahane’ Map shown a Contemporary Navajo Nation status as a "Nation" Fractionated by Outsiders

  • Pre-Columbia Americas, the Diné Athabaskan were the dominate of the America and the Americas in terms of Culture(s) and by language(s) and  the Navajo Nation’s Security Outposts in the pre-colonial period SEE Map, then in 1540’s the Naakaaii (Spanish) the European Invasion of Navajos Economic EMPIRE 1800’s, late 1790 and 1800’s the frontiersmen started terrorizing the Navajos the Mountain Men, Fur Trappers & Traders, Prospectors began going to Mexico, Trades, Gold Transports and violating international laws, finally Kit Carson in 1850’s 
  • Ancient Navajo security, every entrances into the Navajo territorial Empire within the identified boundary by Mountains, Rivers, Terrains and Tribes was guarded by the Navajo security system called them "Ana'i" Warriors? Diné be' aná'i were the Water Security  Americans Hostilities 

 

  • The entrance through Santa Ana was guarded by Zia Tł'ógi, Ma̧'iideeshgiishniih Jemez, and Santa Ana Kinłgainiih security so it was hard to go through Tóbaajichį'í Security into the Navajo stronghold, and pathway through Taos into Navajos from the east was guarded by Taos known as Táwosniih, Picuris Bik’ǫs siih, and from the north entrances via Cortez, Colorado was guarded by Utes Nǫ́ǫ́da'i, Shoshne, Ignacio Biinooh utes, another northern entrances was also guarded by Utes plus Kanaabah and from the west security Guards by Havasupai and others Water Guards, from the south was Apaches, Zuni, Acoma, Laguna and Pueblos were stationed along on the outside of side of Rio Grande river on the outside to Guard the water WATER SECURITY, north is the same way as well as the west, Colorado rivers, water, games were protected for Navajo to live on >>>>, Pueblos and Navajos are the same people, Apaches and Navajos are the same people, Zuni and Navajos are the same people, ONE OR THE OTHERS became 'ethnic' groups >>> took on their microways internationally >> studying the origin of the names is a must to have a good appreciations Kinyisąąnii TODAY


  • In order to understand greater Americas Speaking fluent understanding of the Diné bizaad is a must to me so that you already understand Apaches, Pima, Papagos, Yaquis, Incas, some high cordilleras Peruvians, Moche, Tiwanaku Bolivia, Aztec, Nahuatl, Tarahuama, Utes, Lakota and more Pueblos & Spanish What is interesting here is that the Navajos are New Comers to Southwest 1500’s(?) and We LEARNED every Pueblos CEREMONIES in few hundred years? Tiwanaku, Moche, Incas, Peruvian and other South America’s culture Groups that associates with Navajo culture(s) are older than 1500AD? Navajos in Southwest America in 1500, association by archaeological and anthropological sciences - artifacts, linguistics, philosophy and more, Pueblos today whom we supposedly to have learned their way of life that the Pueblos does not KNOW complete ceremonies of what Navajos practices today!


  • How I know is from my people and plus speaking fluent Navajo make me understand them, see a Pueblos selling bread in Crownpoint having conversation with elders Navajos in Navajos called each others Shik'is, Atsį’, Baah, Bilasaanaah, Abe’,  1540 Naakaaii Naakaaii means Spanish, have enjoyable years folks


Hajiinái and Navajo Nation President 

  • Hajiinái hastoi tsiiyeeł this is a human rights reasons TSIIYEEŁ is a must in 2022 Navajo Woman: WANTED for Navajo Nation President in 2022, Seeking Navajo women a fluent SPEAKER of ancestral language Diné bizaad, wear ancient Tsiiyeeł, knowledge of Navajo ceremony, works well with local and international community interesting to know, Navajo Land Claims Documents, Thank you

Coming Events

  • Mini Session on the Prototype traditional origin of Navajo socio-cultural institution and organization as of the past and present Diné Navajos and Land Claims "110-Year-Old Navajo-Hopi Land Dispute Haunts Tribal Relations : Southwest: Standoff has forced hundreds of Native Americans to leave their ancestral homes. Those remaining live in squalor." Navajos & Imperialism  and Pueblos are not the Ancestors of Anaasazi Americas

Contact Us

Navajo Studies Institute, Many Farms, Az. USA

(505) 450-2181

Ya’at’eeh Diné doo Saaniih

Diné Bahane’ The Story of the Navajos

The World of Languages, the Cultures and the History of the Past and of the Contemporary World

Sharing the Navajo traditional History and Cultural stories through partial Diné bizaad and also in English, written mixed languages as dual expressions! 

FAQs About Diné Bizaad

  • Contact me for Diné Bizaad language Consultant melvatha@ualberta.ca PHD Dr. Alexandria, Linguist 
  • Milton M. Chee, Provides informational presentations on various Navajo topics of interest, provides valid cultural subjects and content materials to Schools, Teachers’ in-service, Interest Groups, 

KTNN Voices of the Diné!

KTNN is a Navajo Station on AM 660 and FM 105.3

KTNN voices of the Navajo people language mixed with English, Amazing so join

Diné bizaad of the Diné Bikeyah KTNN is located in Window Rock, Capital of the Navajo Country Yá’atééh Diné doo Saaniih  Diné bizaad