World Intangible Heritage Bali Dance

9 traditional dances from Bali are renowned as World Intangible Heritage by UNESCO on 2 Dec 2015 at UNESCO’s Conference, Windhoek, Namibia. Those dances are Barong Ket, Joged, Legong Keraton, Wayang Wong, Gambuh, Topeng Sidakarya, Baris, Sanghyang and Rejang.
looking back Bali Rejang dewa kids dance:

looking back Bali Rejang dewa kids dance:

Topeng Dalem Sidakarya:

Topeng Dalem Sidakarya:

Rejang dance, Karangasem, Bali. Photograph by deva pradyana:

Rejang dance, Karangasem, Bali. Photograph by deva pradyana:

Sanghyang Jaran dance is one of the unique and sacred dances. Danced by two men riding a rocking horse made of coconut leaf midrib and accompanied by singing and tetabuhan.:

Sanghyang Jaran dance is one of the unique and sacred dances. Danced by two men riding a rocking horse made of coconut leaf midrib and accompanied by singing and tetabuhan.:

Legong Keraton Dance

Legong Keraton Dance

Gambuh Dancer:

Gambuh Dancer:

Legong keraton:

Legong keraton:

Barong Ket or Barong Keket is the most popular barong in Bali. Its body is a combination of lion, ox, and dragon and is decorated with complicated sculptured leather and pieces of mirror. The dance performed by Barong Ket is usually done with Rangda, symbolising of the eternal war between virtue and evil in the universe. #Bali #barong #dance

Barong Ket or Barong Keket is the most popular barong in Bali. Its body is a combination of lion, ox, and dragon and is decorated with complicated sculptured leather and pieces of mirror. The dance performed by Barong Ket is usually done with Rangda, symbolising of the eternal war between virtue and evil in the universe. #Bali #barong #dance

Legong Keraton dance, pinned from Bali Je t'aime Villas - Google+ https://plus.google.com/+BaliJetaimeVillasKuta/posts/WwAPqzqAhbq

Legong Keraton dance, pinned from Bali Je t'aime Villas - Google+ https://plus.google.com/+BaliJetaimeVillasKuta/posts/WwAPqzqAhbq

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