Galungan in Bali - Galungan is a Balinese holiday that occurs every 210 days and lasts for 10 days. Kuningan is the last day of the holiday. Basically, it is the celebration of good over evil.)

Galungan in Bali - Galungan is a Balinese holiday that occurs every 210 days and lasts for 10 days. Kuningan is the last day of the holiday. Basically, it is the celebration of good over evil.)

Bali traditional village - the giant poles of bamboo are called penjor and used during times of celebration namely Galungan and Kuningan

Bali traditional village - the giant poles of bamboo are called penjor and used during times of celebration namely Galungan and Kuningan

A Hindu 'penjor' outside a temple in Balangan, Bali. The penjor is a tall, curved bamboo pole decorated with coconut leaves with an offering at the base. This is one of the media used by Hindus in Bali as part of almost every important ceremony, especially for the anniversary temple celebrations.

A Hindu 'penjor' outside a temple in Balangan, Bali. The penjor is a tall, curved bamboo pole decorated with coconut leaves with an offering at the base. This is one of the media used by Hindus in Bali as part of almost every important ceremony, especially for the anniversary temple celebrations.

Photo Munduk  villige by Kriss Sieniawski on 500px

Photo Munduk villige by Kriss Sieniawski on 500px

Penjor offerings

Penjor offerings

Red and white penjor decorate Bali streets in celebration of Merdeka , Indonesia's Independance Day

Red and white penjor decorate Bali streets in celebration of Merdeka , Indonesia's Independance Day

Penjor are placed in front of each Balinese household for the Galungan holiday

Penjor are placed in front of each Balinese household for the Galungan holiday

Penjor are placed in front of each Balinese household for the Galungan holiday

Penjor are placed in front of each Balinese household for the Galungan holiday

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