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There many kind of traditional ceremonial in Bali which each of the village has their own way to implement. The philosophies which contained the each of the ceremonial is to implementation the thanks to the almighty god Ida Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa, where the form by doing the upakara yadnya. There are so many kind of upakara yadnya in Bali which each of the upakara has they own purpose with many kind of offering to the god in form of Banten. There some symbols are contained in the Banten which

Bali, the island of the god with it’s beautiful scenery, wonderful frienly people, lush greenery and cultivated fields, make Bali over well known all over the world for what it is. There are so many temples around, make the island so spiritual and live. There are celebration in Bali called Odalan which is celebrated every 210 days; 6 months in Balinese calender. Two different odalan are celebrate every year, small one which can be last 2 days and big one which normaly last three days long. When the big Odalan

Hi all… Here is some of my landscape shoot since I bought my 5D Mark 2 camera. I don’t shoot landscape a lot, so i need lots of input to increase my knowledge, your comment are really appreciated 🙂 The Rising Sun Date Taken: 2011/04/24 Location: Kintamani Fog of Love Date Taken: 2011/04/24 Location: Kintamani The Fisherman Date Taken: 2011/04/24 Location: Lake Batur Morning Activity Date Taken: 2011/04/24 Location: Lake Batur The Red Sea Date Taken: 2011/07/23 Location: Sanur Unbreakable Date Taken: 2011/12/31 Location: Candidasa Tree of Hope Date Taken:

  The first time you see them, those small leaf-encased floral bits and pieces lying in the doorways of shops, or outside market stalls and dwellings, it would be possible to dismiss them as casually strewn good-luck tokens or charms or even rubbish. But that is far from the truth. They are, in fact canang – daily offerings created in their thousands throughout the enchanting island of Bali. Behind them lies an inspiring story of devotion, love and sacrifice.   Balinese people treat the island’s unseen inhabitants – Gods, Ancestors

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