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Thursday, October 22, 2009

Penjor It's one of Balinese great art culture

Every Galungan an Kuningan day and at Odalan Ceremonies, Balineses makes them great art and very originally "Penjor". usually it's putting in fron them houses and Pura, and also at front of streets enter/ "Gapura". We can found it also in many place like Hotels, Villas, Restaurants, or at wedding ceremony places for welcome the Guess.

A penjor is basically a long tapered bamboo pole that is stood vertically in the ground, often on the roadside, and decorated in coconut leaves. Due to their length of sometimes more than ten metres, they droop charmingly over the pavement like an ancient street lamp.

At Galungan time, Balinese Hindus erect a penjor in front of their houses to symbolise the dominance of good (dharma) over evil (adharma), as well as offering thanks to God for the fruits of the Earth. About halfway down the pole they attach a small cage in the shape of a triangle and made from bamboo, called sanggah cucuk. Offerings are placed in this and it is considered to be a temporary “throne” for the Gods when they come down to Earth for Galungan. If you take a close look at a Galungan penjor, you’ll notice that it’s also ornamented with coconut leaves called sampian and also long strips of white and yellow material to symbolise that it is a holy offering.

There many kind of Penjor depend the place culture, different place different Penjor, it is are Balinese community creativity, so thats makes the different.

The cost of making Penjor also in variation, many claim it about hundreds rupiahs, but some claim their penjor cost millions rupiahs.

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