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Balinese Religious offerings called Canang Sari

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Stock photo of Balinese Religious offerings called Canang Sari being carried by a Hindu devotee at a Religious ceremony in Bali. These Balinese Religious offerings are extremely common on the Indonesian island and used daily for Religious purposes. People place them on the floor at the entrance to their house with burning incense, they are offered to the Hindu Gods at Temples, shrines and altars and usually contain beautiful fresh flower petals, money in the form of cash notes and nuts or some other small offering. Made from strips of banana leafs the Canang Sari are a wonderful natural gift for the gods and fortunately decompose without issue as they are used in abundance at any Balinese Religious Event.

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Stock photo of Balinese Religious offerings called Canang Sari being carried by a Hindu devotee at a Religious ceremony in Bali. These Balinese Religious offerings are extremely common on the Indonesian island and used daily for Religious purposes. People place them on the floor at the entrance to their house with burning incense, they are offered to the Hindu Gods at Temples, shrines and altars and usually contain beautiful fresh flower petals, money in the form of cash notes and nuts or some other small offering. Made from strips of banana leafs the Canang Sari are a wonderful natural gift for the gods and fortunately decompose without issue as they are used in abundance at any Balinese Religious Event.