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BALI INDONESIA TRAVEL

Seminyak, Island of Bali, Indonesia circa 18th January 2006. Hindu women and children praying along with Canang sari offerings in the Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa deity temple. Canang sari, is a Balinese flower offerings made by women, who arrange the petals that symbolize different gods, braid or sew the palm leaves, and then bless them with a douse of holy water.
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Seminyak, Island of Bali, Indonesia circa 18th January 2006. Hindu women and children praying along with Canang sari offerings in the Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa deity temple. Canang sari, is a Balinese flower offerings made by women, who arrange the petals that symbolize different gods, braid or sew the palm leaves, and then bless them with a douse of holy water.

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From gallery: BALI INDONESIA TRAVEL
Source: Homer Sykes
Date: 25 Aug 2014
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