Celebrations

Traditions and Ceremonies 

The Ceremony for the Dead

  • Very Important Balinese Ceremony.
  • Is beleived to send the dead from death to the next life.
  • When there is a death, the village kul kul will sound, which hangs near the temple, to annouce it. 

Balinese Kul Kul

  •   No one cries because the Balinese beleive  the dead return shortly after the ceremony.
  • The deceased is placed in a coffin and is put in small temple made out of paper and  light wood.
  • The small temple is then burned with fire taken from a holy source.
  • Thus, the body is prepared for it's returning to the living.

 








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