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Fumes - Ogoh ogoh - photo by ROKMA
Fumes - Ogoh ogoh - photo by ROKMA
Fumes - Ogoh ogoh - photo by ROKMA
Fumes - Ogoh ogoh - photo by ROKMA
Fumes - Ogoh ogoh - photo by ROKMA
Fumes - Ogoh ogoh - photo by ROKMA
Fumes - Ogoh ogoh - photo by ROKMA
Fumes - Ogoh ogoh - photo by ROKMA
Fumes - Ogoh ogoh - photo by ROKMA
Fumes - Ogoh ogoh - photo by ROKMA
Fumes - Ogoh ogoh - photo by ROKMA

Read on Ogoh Ogoh:

The main purpose of the making of Ogoh-ogoh is the purification of the natural environment of any spiritual pollutants emitted from the activities of living beings (especially humans). From Wikipedia

<Djoged>> from <Dance & drama in Bali> by Walter Spies, Beryl De Zoete

<Together We Share in Our Happines> from <Fragrant Rice> by Janet De Neefe

<256 Bali Blues>> from <Bali blues> by Jeremy Allan

<Major Religious Event and Festivals> from <Frommer's Bali & Lombok> by Mary Justice Thomasson-Croll

<God is Great>> from <The Mother of Mohammed: An Australian Woman's Extraordinary Journey Into Jihad> by Sally Neighbour

<Bali calls on the world to play dead> from <Bali & Lombok> by Ryan Ver Berkmoes, Adam Skolnick, Marian Carroll

Read on Nyepi day:

<Introspective Silence Befalls Bali, but Only for a Day> by Norimitsu Onishi (The New York Times: March 7, 2011)

<In Bali, a holiday for the ears> by Thomas Hogue (The New York Times: March 24, 2006)

<New Year Monsters> from <The natural guide to Bali> by Anne Gouyon, Yayasan Bumi Kita

<Bali Holidays and Festivals> from <Indonesia handbook, Volume 3> by Joshua Eliot, Liz Capaldi, Jane Bickersteth

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