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Copyright: Caleb Colman (scalerman)                     Photo taken in the temple area of the local pasar, or market, in Ubud. Everyday the merchants prepare the typical Balinese offerings for their gods to appease evil and promote good

Copyright: Caleb Colman (scalerman) Photo taken in the temple area of the local pasar, or market, in Ubud. Everyday the merchants prepare the typical Balinese offerings for their gods to appease evil and promote good

Bali  ceremony 'apendans'  '88 huwelijksreis naar Indonesië met een start in Singapore, daarna Sumatra, Java, Lombok, Bali en Sulawesi.

Bali ceremony 'apendans' Indonesië met een start in Singapore, daarna Sumatra, Java, Lombok, Bali

Bali, drie meisjes stampen rijst.  1920-1921

Bali, drie meisjes stampen rijst. 1920-1921

Every pura has its own "birthday" according to Balinese calendar. On every birthday, people around pura will come to pray, and bring "sesajen" to devote their gods. In this picture, a group of people from one "banjar" (village) dressed uniformly special for an "odalan" of Pura Alas Kedaton. ❀  Bali Floating Leaf Eco-Retreat ❀ http://balifloatingleaf.com ❀

Going to Odalan - Bali, Indonesia. Hindus in Bali, an island in Indonesia, celebrate the birthday of their local temple every 210 days.

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