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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