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Bali Canang Sari religious offerings and incense

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Stock Photo Description

Stock photo of Bali Canang Sari religious offerings and incense being held aloft and carried by a devout Hindu at a Balinese Religious ceremony. The Bali Canang Sari Religious offerings are extremely common on the Indonesian island being used not only at religious Hindu ceremonies but also on daily basis. People place them on the floor at the entrance to their house with burning incense for the household well being throughout the day. They are also offered to the Gods at Temples, shrines and altars and usually contain beautiful fresh flower petals, money in the form of cash notes as can be seen in this image along with nuts or some other small devotional tokens. Made from strips of banana leafs the Bali Canang Sari are a wonderful natural gift for the gods and fortunately decompose without issue as they are used in abundance at all religious balinese ceremonies and rituals.

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Stock Photo Description

Stock photo of Bali Canang Sari religious offerings and incense being held aloft and carried by a devout Hindu at a Balinese Religious ceremony. The Bali Canang Sari Religious offerings are extremely common on the Indonesian island being used not only at religious Hindu ceremonies but also on daily basis. People place them on the floor at the entrance to their house with burning incense for the household well being throughout the day. They are also offered to the Gods at Temples, shrines and altars and usually contain beautiful fresh flower petals, money in the form of cash notes as can be seen in this image along with nuts or some other small devotional tokens. Made from strips of banana leafs the Bali Canang Sari are a wonderful natural gift for the gods and fortunately decompose without issue as they are used in abundance at all religious balinese ceremonies and rituals.