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State, Village, and Ritual in Bali: An Historical Perspective (Comparative Asian Studies : No 6)

Henk S. Nordholt

State, Village, and Ritual in Bali: An Historical Perspective (Comparative Asian Studies : No 6)

by Henk S. Nordholt

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Published by Vu Univ Pr Amsterdam .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages50
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Open LibraryOL12808402M
ISBN 109053830235
ISBN 109789053830239

The Perspective from the Sidemen Maligya 40 Positioning ofthe Anthropologist 43 Balinese Caste and its Terminology 46 Plan ofthe Book 48 PA RTON E THEPERFORMANCEOFAPRINCEDOM 53 Chapter Two A Ritual Unfolds in Historical Context: The Sidemen Maligya 55 The Maligya Ritual and Deification ofthe Ancestors 57 The Maligya Ritual and Worldly Status Shop new, used, rare, and out-of-print books. Powell's is an independent bookstore based in Portland, Oregon. Browse staff picks, author features, and more.

  Book Description. From healing, fertility and religious rituals, through theatrical entertainment, to death ceremonies and ancestor worship, World Dance Cultures introduces an extraordinary variety of dance forms practiced around the world. This highly illustrated textbook draws on wide-ranging historical documentation and first-hand accounts, taking in India, Bali, Java, Cambodia, . In modern Bali the holding of annual festivals (odalan) in important temples, lasting up to nine days, recreate in a diluted way the scenes of ramé, chaos and happiness prevailing in the ritual. Not only is the whole village mobilized, but traders, visitors, gamblers, tourists and even the regional Balinese media descend on the village to.

  In fact, throughout Bali, a knowledgeable guide will help you understand local rituals, put things into historical context and avoid faux pas. Dewa Nayoma offers everything from airport runs to.   A Balinese woman prays while in a trance during the Melasti Ceremony at a beach on Ma in Badung, Bali, Indonesia. The Melasti ritual is .


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In JulyI attended a major ceremony at Ulun Danu Batur Temple in the village of Songan, Kintamani, in Bangli regency.¹ In addition to thousands of the faithful, the ceremony was attended by high-level civil servants such as the governor of Bali, the regent of Bangli, representatives of all the other regents in Bali, the chairman of the.

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His book Negara analyzed the social organization of Bali before it was colonized by the Dutch in Here Geertz applied his widely influential method of cultural interpretation to the myths, ceremonies, rituals, and symbols of a precolonial s: 4. Its opposite is "desa," the village, place, region, or governed area.

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The ubiquitous Javanese ritual, selamatan, is marked by a meal between the celebrants and is held at all sorts of events, from life-cycle rituals to the blessing of new things entering a village. Life-cycle events, particularly marriages.For centuries Bali's Trunyanese people have left their dead to decompose in the open, the bodies placed in bamboo cages until only the skeletons remain.

It is a ritual they haven't given up.This study of one aspect of popular culture in Bali is a response to the dominant focus on hierarchy in contemporary interpretations of Balinese culture. It suggests that the task of writing culture from multiple perspectives has been confronted in critical theory (Clifford and Marcus ; Geertz a) more readily than in practice, where.