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The pre Nyepi parade on Bali island.

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Bali. Photograph by Hani Rahmany

Ogoh-ogoh festival during Nyepi ceremony, Bali-Indonesia

Selamat hari raya Nyepi !! #amed - Ogoh Ogoh party !

Selamat hari raya Nyepi !! #amed - Ogoh Ogoh party !

Ogoh-Ogoh Ceremony, Bali

Ogoh-Ogoh Ceremony, Bali

Ogoh Ogoh statues rest on the side of the road after Nyepi, Balines New Year. Read more on my blog...

Ogoh Ogoh statues rest on the side of the road after Nyepi, Balines New Year.

Ogoh-Ogoh Festival 2012 @Alicia T T Castro by narcist me !, via Flickr

Ogoh-Ogoh Festival 2012 @Alicia T T Castro by narcist me !, via Flickr

Ogoh Ogoh-Nyepi - Wikipedia

These scary Ogoh-Ogoh statues will be paraded through the city in a purification ritual one day before Nyepi day, the day of silence. This is one of the most important day for the Balinese.

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“Ogoh-Ogoh Upload bersama @instanusantara #instanusantara #instanusantaramalang #Inub7389 #InMalangGallery”

Ogoh-Ogoh sculpture (demon) of witch Rangda, Ubud,  Central Bali. Balinese New Year called Nyepi (around march according to lunar calendar),  is a silent day of meditation and spiritual purification. One day before exorcist rituals are held for purification and balance of polar powers of the universe, first at noon by a priest (exorcism called Caru or Tawur Agung) and later on after sunset in a popular, carneval-like procession of Ogoh-Ogoh, symbolizing bhuta kali (demon, bad spirits,bad…

Ogoh-Ogoh sculpture (demon) of witch Rangda, Ubud, Central Bali.

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Ogoh ogoh in Tampaksiring

Ogoh ogoh in Tampaksiring

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