Bali, Sekala and Niskala: Essays on religion, ritual, and art

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Periplus Editions, 1989 - Social Science - 368 pages
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With the rising number of tourists visiting Bali every year there is a growing desire by travellers to know more about the country they are visiting.

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Review: Bali: Sekala and Niskala : Essays on Religion, Ritual, and Art (Bali--Sekala & Niskala)

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For serious reader who wish to see Bali beyond its traveling destination. My favorite parts are about the rituals -the dance, trance and even black magic. Also about the religion, where hindu balinese is pretty much similar with budha also in Indonesia, Kejawen Read full review

Review: Bali: Sekala and Niskala : Essays on Religion, Ritual, and Art (Bali--Sekala & Niskala)

User Review  - Goodreads

For serious reader who wish to see Bali beyond its traveling destination. My favorite parts are about the rituals -the dance, trance and even black magic. Also about the religion, where hindu balinese is pretty much similar with budha also in Indonesia, Kejawen Read full review

Contents

Kaja and Kelod
2
Hinduism
11
Caste and Clan
25
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