Tuesday, 8 January 2008

Balinese Art & Culture

Balinese Art & Culture


Baris DanceJust as the Legong is essentially feminine, the Baris, a traditional war dance, glorifies the manhood ...
BeliefsIn practicing their faith, Hindu communities try to achieve a spiritual balance of worship between Tattwa (phil ...
CommunityMost of Bali's people live in villages of 2,000 to 4,000 people on the fertile southern slopes of the island. It is ...
Galungan and KuninganGalungan is, literally, a celebration of the creation of the universe in which the creator of the universe is ...
Jangger DanceThe flute begins an eerie tune, and faraway voices chant a strange song that flows from a loud melody to a nearly inaudi ...
Kecak DanceA serpentine stream of bodies coils itself, circle within circle, around a large, branching torch. The half-seen multitu ...
Legong DanceIn legends, Legong is the heavenly dance of divine nymphs. Girls from the age of five aspire to be selected to ...
NyepiNyepi is the Balinese New Year?s Day according to their calendar and is honored through obligatory&nb ...
Pendet DancePendet is the presentation of an offering in the form of a ritual dance. Unlike the exhibition dances that dema ...
Ramayana BalletBasically, the Ramayana Ballet tells the same story of Rama and Sita as told in the Kecak (see Ke ...
Rites of PassageThe Balinese believe that the individual soul is reincarnated into many lifetimes until, through numerous struggles an ...
SaraswatiSaraswati is the goddess of learning and is honored once a Balinese year with a holiday. Paradoxically, no one ...
Topeng DanceA Topeng Dance is one in which the dancers have to imitate the characters represented by their masks. A full co ...

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1 comment:

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    www.culturebalinese.blogspot.com
    thx

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