The palm leaf baskets filled with flowers that are seen everywhere in Bali are daily offerings called canang. (Read More)
Bali is gearing up to celebrate the two most auspicious days on the island’s cultural calendar. Both of these festive events will see followers of the Hindu faith return home to their ancestral villages to pray, eat and spend quality time together. (Read More)
Every new home or building on the island of Bali must be blessed before it is considered inhabitable. (read more)
The full moon on the island of Bali is known as purnama and it is considered an auspicious day to host religious ceremonies and temple festivals. The Balinese believe that the full moon is a propitious time when the Gods descend to earth and bestow their blessing.