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Melasti procession, Bali

Melasti procession is a Bali Hindu ceremony to purify Buana Alit (human body) and Buana Agung (the universe). The ceremony followed by people bringing all the equipments and symbols of God to the sea/beach or other water source that believed by Hindu people as a place to purify all the elements of the universe.

TAGS: Bali, Ceremony, Indonesia, Procession, Religion

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Date Taken: 03.2015
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