Parades are held all over Bali, but without doubt the largest and most spectacular is in Denpasar. The ogoh-ogoh are brought out at sunset and when the accompanying bleganjur music, the most ?demonic? of Balinese gamelan music, strikes up, Denpasar becomes the Rio of the East. The ogoh-ogoh carriers, who are bound for the Puputan Square in central Denpasar, perform a strange, jerky dance, surging back and forward or suddenly turning in a circle to give the impression that the floats are really alive....
Category: Mask tradition / Rituals
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