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  • Ashes to Ashes - The road to the cremation ground is crammed with a slow-moving sea of people; a procession of hundreds bearing a towering wadah - the tall, tiered, bamboo pagoda which contains the body of the deceased - and a lembu - the sarcophagus symbolising the bull that leads the soul to heaven. (Added: 11-Jun-2007 Hits: 113 Rating: 22 Votes: 22) [Rate It] [Report Dead Link]
  • Balinese Shadow Puppets - These shadow puppets are used in the creation of plays, where the characters are the shadows cast by these puppets, on a rice paper screen. The light source is usually a flickering candle or oil lamp (Added: 24-Jun-1999 Hits: 338 Rating: 0 Votes: 0) [Rate It] [Report Dead Link]
  • Find Bliss in Bali - A holiday on Bali will take your breath away and stimulate all your senses ó even some you didnít know about. Invigorating and calming at the same time you will not want to leave this mystical island. Hereís what I loved about being here. (Added: 27-Mar-2006 Hits: 134 Rating: 0 Votes: 0) [Rate It] [Report Dead Link]
  • Guidelines for the Culturally Sensitive Guest - The Balinese people are very open to sharing their unique cultural heritage and the spiritual wisdom they have nurtured over centuries. Visitors to Bali will be warmly welcomed to most temples and ceremonies. There are, however, certain codes of conduct that visitors should follow to offer respect for the Balinese and their culture. (Added: 24-Mar-2006 Hits: 194 Rating: 0 Votes: 0) [Rate It] [Report Dead Link]
  • Kulkul - When one of our people dies, the kulkul in the village hall is struck. Its strong resound reaches right to the village's most far flung corners, permeating even the narrowest alleys, and carrying with it a gently sorrow that brushes all with a sense of grief. It sucks us from our houses and has us anxiously enquiring as to who it is who has been released from calamity, temptation and other such earthly torments. (Added: 27-Apr-2007 Hits: 111 Rating: 22 Votes: 22) [Rate It] [Report Dead Link]
  • Ogoh Ogoh - An Ogoh Ogoh is made from a wood frame with bamboo strips intricately weaved to form the body which is then covered with papier mache. Nowadays, in order to make the effigy bigger and stronger it has become the practice to use a metal framework, wire mesh and sponge. (Added: 24-Mar-2006 Hits: 127 Rating: 0 Votes: 0) [Rate It] [Report Dead Link]
  • Ogoh Ogoh on process - An Ogoh Ogoh is made from a wood frame with bamboo strips intricately weaved to form the body which is then covered with papier mache. (Added: 24-Mar-2006 Hits: 120 Rating: 0 Votes: 0) [Rate It] [Report Dead Link]
  • On Live the Banjar - It could be argued that there is no real urban Bali. What appear as cities are really just collections of banjars - small communities bound by religion and a local brand of communalism. (Added: 24-May-2007 Hits: 101 Rating: 22 Votes: 22) [Rate It] [Report Dead Link]

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