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Every 210 days (based on the Balinese Pawukon Cycle) the Hindu population of Bali celebrate 'Banyu Pinaruh' - a day of cleansing in the waters of the Indonesian island. ‪#‎balineseculture‬ ‪#‎balibible‬ ‪#‎balidaily‬ ‪#‎sebatu‬

Every 210 days (based on the Balinese Pawukon Cycle) the Hindu population of Bali celebrate 'Banyu Pinaruh' - a day of cleansing in the waters of the Indonesian island.

In the East Javanese Majapahit kingdom, the court dance-drama was called raket. The stories were derived from a contemporary East Javanese story cycle known as The Adventures of Prince Panji, and the performances are known to have lasted from evening until noon the next day. The theatrical tradition of Hindu-Buddhist East Java disappeared or a least changed with the spread of Islam to Java in the fifteenth century. It was adopted by the Hindu courts of Bali, where it evolved into the gambuh.

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Free your spiritual side against a backdrop of stunning beaches and jungles in Bali and Java. Travel by cycle-rickshaw to local markets and the Sultan’s Palace in Yogyakarta. Find your inner peace at ancient Hindu and Buddhist temples. Take high tea at the Mangkunegaran Palace and stroll the coastline of the unforgettable beaches in Sanur. Discover the perfect blend of beauty and Buddhist zen in this incredible corner of the world.

Free your spiritual side against a backdrop of stunning beaches and jungles in Bali and Java. Travel by cycle-rickshaw to local markets and the Sultan’s Palace in Yogyakarta. Find your inner peace at ancient Hindu and Buddhist temples. Take high tea at the Mangkunegaran Palace and stroll the coastline of the unforgettable beaches in Sanur. Discover the perfect blend of beauty and Buddhist zen in this incredible corner of the world.

Book your adventure - Free your spiritual side against a backdrop of stunning beaches and jungles in Bali and Java. Travel by cycle-rickshaw to local markets and the Sultan’s Palace in Yogyakarta. Find your inner peace at ancient Hindu and Buddhist temples. Take high tea at the Mangkunegaran Palace and stroll the coastline of the unforgettable beaches in Sanur. Discover the perfect blend of beauty and Buddhist zen in

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Penjor Poles are graceful bamboo poles, their tips hung with heavy floral decorations are erected a day before Galungan, and remain until after Kuningan are erected outside all Hindu houses in Bali. Galungan is a celebration that symbolizes the victory of good (dharma) over evil. Occurred once in the 210-day cycle of Balinese calendar, the festival marks the time when the spirits of deceased relatives return to visit their former homes.

Penjor Poles are graceful bamboo poles, their tips hung with heavy floral decorations are erected a day before Galungan, and remain until after Kuningan are erected outside all Hindu houses in Bali. Galungan is a celebration that symbolizes the victory of good (dharma) over evil. Occurred once in the 210-day cycle of Balinese calendar, the festival marks the time when the spirits of deceased relatives return to visit their former homes.

Penjor Poles are graceful bamboo poles, their tips hung with heavy floral decorations are erected a day before Galungan, and remain until after Kuningan are erected outside all Hindu houses in Bali. Galungan is a celebration that symbolizes the victory of good (dharma) over evil. Occurred once in the 210-day cycle of Balinese calendar, the festival marks the time when the spirits of deceased relatives return to visit their former homes.

Penjor Poles are graceful bamboo poles, their tips hung with heavy floral decorations are erected a day before Galungan, and remain until after Kuningan are erected outside all Hindu houses in Bali. Galungan is a celebration that symbolizes the victory of good (dharma) over evil. Occurred once in the 210-day cycle of Balinese calendar, the festival marks the time when the spirits of deceased relatives return to visit their former homes.

[IDENTITY] -- -- Indonesian masked dance predates Hindu-Buddhist influences. Native Indonesian tribes still perform traditional masked-dances to represent nature or to represent ancestor spirits. With the arrival of Hinduism in the archipelago the Ramayana and Mahabharata epics began to be performed in masked-dance. The most popular storyline of topeng dance however derived from the locally-developed Javanese Panji cycles that based upon the tales and romance of Prince Panji and Princess…

[IDENTITY] -- -- Indonesian masked dance predates Hindu-Buddhist influences. Native Indonesian tribes still perform traditional masked-dances to represent nature or to represent ancestor spirits. With the arrival of Hinduism in the archipelago the Ramayana and Mahabharata epics began to be performed in masked-dance. The most popular storyline of topeng dance however derived from the locally-developed Javanese Panji cycles that based upon the tales and romance of Prince Panji and Princess…

Abb.: मलिनी । Aufschrift an einem Hindu-Tempel in Bali, Indonesien

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