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Rahajeng Rahina Pagerwesi, dumogi ngemanggihin kerahayuan sareng sami
Om Santi Santi Santi Om....
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Happy Eid Al Adha Mubarak for all who celebrate it
Wishing you and your loved ones a blessed Eid...
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Happy Pagerwesi Day...

Pagerwesi is a Balinese ceremony celebrated every 210 days according to the traditional Balinese calendar, just three days after the Saraswati festivities.
The name of this ceremony is obtained from two local words : pager and wesi. Pager is local word that translates to 'fence', while wesi means 'iron'. The full word's literal meaning is iron fence and is when the Balinese people strengthen their minds and souls against evil forces
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3 days to Earth Hour
Lets start from the small things and from our self
Keep and love earth

#agpearthhour
#agpearthhour2018
#agpeduli
#changeclimatechange
#connect2earth
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3/21/18
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Something different from us, nice and amazing view from our lobby
Do you curious ???
Let's try and prove it !!!
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2/10/18
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"Tumpek Kandang/Uye, the celebration of animals"

Tumpek Kandang is the day to worship Sang Hyang Rare - Angon, the God of animals. The name of Tumpek Kandang is derived from two words. "Tumpek" meaning Saturday and "Kandang" the Balinese word for the house hold animals such as cows, pigs, chickens, ducks, dogs and birds - all of which are highly valued by the Balinese

Tumpek Kandang occurs every six months on Saturday, the wuku of Uye according to the Balinese calendar.

Tumpek Kandang is not only just about farm animal. In a more modern context the celebration of Tumpek Kandang is often related to wildlife preservation. Such celebrations can be seen at zoos or wildlife preserves in Bali where the person hold large ceremonies in honor of the animals held in captivity. The essence of the ceremony is to maintain the balance between humans and nature as both parties are essentially mutual...
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May the Joy of Christmas be with us and our family...
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“The Amazing Uluwatu Temple”, still the one and only in Bali where nature and culture being harmony
Looks and prove it....
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11/25/17
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Want to be healthy, keep your environment clean
Cheers up, let's clean our beach
#healthyliving #keepenvironment #cleaningbeach
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11/18/17
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Rahajeng Rahina Galungan lan Kuningan, dumogi rahayu sinamian
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