Indonesian's Culturals and Heritages

All the traditionalCultural and Heritages from Indonesian
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Bali, Indonesia

Balinese ladies bringing offerings to the Hindu temple. Driving around Bali on festival days is serious eye candy. Colorful Photography :: Beautiful People :: Ethnic :: Tribal :: Love & Discover the World :: ZAIMARA Inspirations :: Breathtaking Images::

Block printing, Rajasthan, India - Each pattern starts with hand carving one to thirty print blocks out of teak - depending on the number of colors and patterns used for printing a fabric.

Travel Journal: Anokhi Museum in India. example of sophisticated old Indian designs carving for handprinting blocks for fabrics.

" DAYAK CULTURE OF KALIMANTAN " by Prayudi nugraha

Culture, Dayak Culture of Kalimantan, This is one of cultural or traditional clothes of borneo tengah.ini is saber dance clothes

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, one of the holiest pura in Bali.

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

One of the most important celebrations in Bali is Galungan. Beginning March 27 this year, the festival symbolizes the victory of virtue (dharma) over evil (adharma). I'd love to spend a year festival hopping all over the world. What a great way to learn about new cultures!

One of the most important celebrations in Bali is Galungan. Beginning March 27 this year, the festival symbolizes the victory of virtue (dharma) over evil (adharma).

Rumah Adat Kudus 1 ( GEBYOK CENTER )

Rumah Adat Kudus 1 ( GEBYOK CENTER )

Gebyok Jawa.

Gebyok Jawa.

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