Banjar Dauh Pangkung

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    Scooters & Bicycles

    December 28, 2017 in Indonesia ⋅ ⛅ 26 °C

    Scooters are used to transport families of anywhere from 2 to 5 or even 6 people 🙄

    They are also used by street veners who carry and diaply all their produce by hanging and balancing on, over, around and possibly under the their vehicles 😂

    However, the guy sitting on the back of the bike holding a wheelbarrow deserved an award for the most ingenious. Who knew that you got bike trailers 🤗😁
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    Hinduism in Bali

    December 28, 2017 in Indonesia ⋅ 🌬 22 °C

    According to a survey conducted in 2014, 93.18% of Balinese people based their faiths in Hindu. This makes Bali unique since Hindu has the least followers in Indonesia. Most Indonesian people base their faith in Islam.

    Balinese people are generally religious. Small temples (shrines) are often placed in the front of a home and the body part of it (the pillar) is usually covered up with a black-and-white or yellow sarong. The black-and-white plaid motif symbolized dualism in life, such as good and evil, brightness and darkness, as well as men and women. Between black and white is grey, between afternoon and night is sunset. The yellow sarong has another meaning. It aims to protect the secrecy and purity of the temple, and it’s also a protection from any bad intentions.

    These people believe that their offerings placed in these temples can give them more luck in life, more prosperity, health, and can save them from any bad luck and danger.
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