'Odalan' Temple Ceremony

“Odalan” is a Hindus temple celebration conducted by a ‘Pedanda’, a Balinese Hindu priest. This ceremony is held approximately every year on the full moon. Two days ago, we held The Odalan Ceremony at one of the two main temples at The Menjangan, the temple by the sea ... #ceremony #culture #tradition #event #art #religion #temple #unique
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“Odalan” is a Hindus temple celebration conducted by a ‘Pedanda’, a Balinese Hindu priest. This ceremony is held approximately every year on the full moon. Two days ago, we held The Odalan Ceremony at one of the two main temples at The Menjangan, the temple by the sea ...

“Odalan” is a Hindus temple celebration conducted by a ‘Pedanda’, a Balinese Hindu priest. This ceremony is held approximately every year on the full moon. Two days ago, we held The Odalan Ceremony at one of the two main temples at The Menjangan, the temple by the sea ...

“Odalan” is a Hindus temple celebration conducted by a ‘Pedanda’, a Balinese Hindu priest. This ceremony is held approximately every year on the full moon. Two days ago, we held The Odalan Ceremony at one of the two main temples at The Menjangan, the temple by the sea ...

“Odalan” is a Hindus temple celebration conducted by a ‘Pedanda’, a Balinese Hindu priest. This ceremony is held approximately every year on the full moon. Two days ago, we held The Odalan Ceremony at one of the two main temples at The Menjangan, the temple by the sea ...

“Odalan” is a Hindus temple celebration conducted by a ‘Pedanda’, a Balinese Hindu priest. This ceremony is held approximately every year on the full moon. Two days ago, we held The Odalan Ceremony at one of the two main temples at The Menjangan, the temple by the sea ...

“Odalan” is a Hindus temple celebration conducted by a ‘Pedanda’, a Balinese Hindu priest. This ceremony is held approximately every year on the full moon. Two days ago, we held The Odalan Ceremony at one of the two main temples at The Menjangan, the temple by the sea ...

The Odalan started with Gamelan musicians and dancers followed by a prayer and the reception of holy water (Tirta) and rice (Bija). As this ceremony was a rare opportunity to witness fascinating aspects of Balinese Hindu religion first hand, we also invited our guests to experience this unique event.

The Odalan started with Gamelan musicians and dancers followed by a prayer and the reception of holy water (Tirta) and rice (Bija). As this ceremony was a rare opportunity to witness fascinating aspects of Balinese Hindu religion first hand, we also invited our guests to experience this unique event.

The Odalan started with Gamelan musicians and dancers followed by a prayer and the reception of holy water (Tirta) and rice (Bija). As this ceremony was a rare opportunity to witness fascinating aspects of Balinese Hindu religion first hand, we also invited our guests to experience this unique event.

The Odalan started with Gamelan musicians and dancers followed by a prayer and the reception of holy water (Tirta) and rice (Bija). As this ceremony was a rare opportunity to witness fascinating aspects of Balinese Hindu religion first hand, we also invited our guests to experience this unique event.

The Odalan started with Gamelan musicians and dancers followed by a prayer and the reception of holy water (Tirta) and rice (Bija). As this ceremony was a rare opportunity to witness fascinating aspects of Balinese Hindu religion first hand, we also invited our guests to experience this unique event.

The Odalan started with Gamelan musicians and dancers followed by a prayer and the reception of holy water (Tirta) and rice (Bija). As this ceremony was a rare opportunity to witness fascinating aspects of Balinese Hindu religion first hand, we also invited our guests to experience this unique event.

The Odalan started with Gamelan musicians and dancers followed by a prayer and the reception of holy water (Tirta) and rice (Bija). As this ceremony was a rare opportunity to witness fascinating aspects of Balinese Hindu religion first hand, we also invited our guests to experience this unique event.

The Odalan started with Gamelan musicians and dancers followed by a prayer and the reception of holy water (Tirta) and rice (Bija). As this ceremony was a rare opportunity to witness fascinating aspects of Balinese Hindu religion first hand, we also invited our guests to experience this unique event.

The Odalan started with Gamelan musicians and dancers followed by a prayer and the reception of holy water (Tirta) and rice (Bija). As this ceremony was a rare opportunity to witness fascinating aspects of Balinese Hindu religion first hand, we also invited our guests to experience this unique event.

The Odalan started with Gamelan musicians and dancers followed by a prayer and the reception of holy water (Tirta) and rice (Bija). As this ceremony was a rare opportunity to witness fascinating aspects of Balinese Hindu religion first hand, we also invited our guests to experience this unique event.

The Odalan started with Gamelan musicians and dancers followed by a prayer and the reception of holy water (Tirta) and rice (Bija). As this ceremony was a rare opportunity to witness fascinating aspects of Balinese Hindu religion first hand, we also invited our guests to experience this unique event.

The Odalan started with Gamelan musicians and dancers followed by a prayer and the reception of holy water (Tirta) and rice (Bija). As this ceremony was a rare opportunity to witness fascinating aspects of Balinese Hindu religion first hand, we also invited our guests to experience this unique event.

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