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  • 3. Canang Sari…A small offering of flowers and/or money placed on a tiny square tray woven out of coconut leaf. "Canang" refers to the tray, while "sari" refers to the "essence" of the offering which may be a small amount of money placed on top.
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  • 24. Canang sari may be found all over the island, in small house shrines, in village temples, even on the ground!
    (To step on one unintentionally is not a terrible offense, so don't sweat it.)
  • 25. Canang sari are offered every morning by devout Balinese to show gratitude to the creator (Sang HyangWidiWasa). 
    Canang sari require a bit of effort to create, which adds meaning to the sacrifice being made.
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  • 28. ALL IMAGES AND MUSIC BELONG
    TO THE ORIGINAL AUTHORS
    SLIDE PRESENTATION CREATED
    BY TRINITYBLU 2010