Bali62 Selamat tinggal (good bye) Bali

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Since the start of the 20th century, the Balinese have never allowed artistic knowledge to become centralized in a special intellectual class. Everyone down to the simplest peasant can be both an artist and an aesthetically conscious art critic. A field-laborer might chide a clumsy instrument maker for a job poorly done, and even young dagang (foodstall sellers) from humble families are skilled practitioners of Bali's classical dances

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Bali62 Selamat tinggal (good bye) Bali

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  3. 3. A Bali sunset and Tanah Lot
  4. 4. Although put at the service of religion, Balinese art does not solely serve religion. Sacred symbols decorate speeding bemo, jackets, menus, motorcycles, hotel doorways. Their use in such ordinary earthly objects is not looked upon as sacrilege
  5. 5. Dalem Agung Padantegal Temple in Monkey Forest, Ubud
  6. 6. High tide at Pura Tanah Lot Hindu Temple
  7. 7. Atmosphere of the Past. Traditional Farmer near Rambut Siwi
  8. 8. Rambut Siwi temple Kehen Temple is one of the oldest temple in Bali with documentation by the king
  9. 9. Pura Ulun Danu Bratan
  10. 10. While painting, sculpture, carving, and music have traditionally been the province of men, women have channeled creative energy into making lavish offerings to the gods
  11. 11. Temple natural bridge at Tanah Lot
  12. 12. Tanah Lot Rakshasa Protecting demon
  13. 13. Temple near Ubud
  14. 14. Sangsit Pura Dalem temple
  15. 15. Pura Dalem temple, Sangsit
  16. 16. The Balinese seem to make an art out of even the simple necessities of everyday life: fruit salad is served with flowers strewn on top, and coils of pigs' intestines are used on temple decorations
  17. 17. Since the start of the 20th century, the Balinese have never allowed artistic knowledge to become centralized in a special intellectual class. Everyone down to the simplest peasant can be both an artist and an aesthetically conscious art critic. A field-laborer might chide a clumsy instrument maker for a job poorly done, and even young dagang (foodstall sellers) from humble families are skilled practitioners of Bali's classical dances
  18. 18. Cooking lesson
  19. 19. Meduwe Karang temple
  20. 20. The first price is not the last price in Bali. Learn the art of bargaining unless you are purchasing in a hotel shop or department store. Always ask for the best price and remember that your initial offer to counter the vendors rate should be lower than the price you want to pay. There is no such thing as a "right price".
  21. 21. Never use your left hand when giving or receiving objects, which is considered taboo; do not beckon people with your finger which is very rude Hands on hips is a sign of superiority or anger. Blowing your nose in public is likely to gross everyone out within hearing distance
  22. 22. Pura Gunung Kawi Sebatu Gunung Kawi is an 11th-century temple complex in Tampaksiring north east of Ubud in Bali
  23. 23. Small temple in Denpasar Garuda is a Hindu divinity, usually the mount (vahana) of the Lord Vishnu Gunung Kawi Temple
  24. 24. King's Palace in Amlapura (Karangasem)
  25. 25. Text: Internet Pictures: Internet & Nicoleta Leu Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foi oreanuş www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda Sound: Jalan Jalan - Selamat Tidur (have a good sleep)

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