Ogoh-Ogoh!

Ogoh-Ogoh!

Ogoh Ogoh, Bali -Indonesia

Ogoh Ogoh, Bali -Indonesia

Arakan Ogoh Ogoh @1000kata @garuda.indonesia @samsung_id #iniNegriku

Arakan Ogoh Ogoh @1000kata @garuda.indonesia @samsung_id #iniNegriku

Ogoh ogoh photo by Putre Kandex in Tampaksiring

Ogoh ogoh photo by Putre Kandex in Tampaksiring

Ogoh ogoh in Bedulu , photo by Barry Thorpe

Ogoh ogoh in Bedulu , photo by Barry Thorpe

Ogoh ogoh photo by Putre Kandex in Tampaksiring

Ogoh ogoh photo by Putre Kandex in Tampaksiring

Ogoh-Ogoh!

Ogoh-Ogoh!

Mañana es "Hari nyepi" o sea, "Día del silencio" en Bali. Hoy, los ogoh-ogoh, salen a la busqueda de almas...

Indonesia o así

Ogoh ogoh by Shely Ourana

Ogoh ogoh by Shely Ourana

Ogoh-Ogoh!

Ogoh-Ogoh!

Ogoh-ogoh are huge dolls symbolizing evil spirits, made from bamboo and sack paper built for the parade, normally have form of mythological beings, mostly demons. Aside from being the symbol of Bhuta-Kala, Ogoh-ogoh is considered a symbol of modes of nature that form the malicious characters of living beings. During the procession, the Ogoh-ogoh is rotated counter clockwise three times

Ogoh-ogoh are huge dolls symbolizing evil spirits, made from bamboo and sack paper built for the parade, normally have form of mythological beings, mostly demons. Aside from being the symbol of Bhuta-Kala, Ogoh-ogoh is considered a symbol of modes of nature that form the malicious characters of living beings. During the procession, the Ogoh-ogoh is rotated counter clockwise three times

Ogoh-ogoh is a giant puppet for the Ngerupuk parade, which takes place on the eve of Nyepi day in Bali. Ogoh-ogoh is normally is made in form of Bhuta Kala or evil spirits and creatures who like to disturb human’s life.

Ogoh-ogoh is a giant puppet for the Ngerupuk parade, which takes place on the eve of Nyepi day in Bali. Ogoh-ogoh is normally is made in form of Bhuta Kala or evil spirits and creatures who like to disturb human’s life.

Ogoh-ogoh Raksasa Diarak saat Hari Pengrupukan Nyepi di depan Istana Ubud

Ogoh-ogoh Raksasa Diarak saat Hari Pengrupukan Nyepi di depan Istana Ubud

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