The Inca culture was a highly advanced civilization. Quechua was the official language, and their religion was polytheistic, with the Sun being their principal deity. Gold objects were commonly used as accessories in the garments of the governors, serving decorative purposes rather than as currency, as gold held no monetary value for them.

In Inca mythology, god and the universe were regarded as a single entity,  an undeniable and absolute whole. Permeated by the concepts of time and space, this mythology divided the world into three different planes: Hanan Pacha (celestial world), Kay Pacha (present world), and Uku Pacha (dead’s world).

In this label, we aim to represent Inca culture, particularly focusing on their deities.