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Balinese Dance (Pendet)

Written By Rio Gonzales on Sunday, February 26, 2012 | Sunday, February 26, 2012

Pendet was originally a dance of worship  which was exhibited at many temples, places of worship of Hindus in Bali, Indonesia. This dance symbolizes the welcoming of the gods fall into the natural world. Gradually, over the times, the artists transform Pendet to "welcome", but still contains elements of the sacred-religious. Creator / choreographer of modern dance is I Wayan Rindi (? - 1967).

Pendet is a statement of an offering in the form of dance ceremonies. Unlike dances performances that require intensive training, Pendet can be danced by all people, pemangkus men and women, adults and girls.

                   Pendet - Traditional Dances From Bali Indonesia Pendet - Traditional Dances From Bali Indonesia

This dance is taught simply by following the movement and rarely done in the hamlets. The young girl followed the movement of more senior women who understand their responsibility in providing a good example.

Daughter dance has a more dynamic pattern of motion than Rejang Dance brought in groups or pairs. Usually displayed on the page after Rejang Dance temples and usually facing toward the holy (pelinggih) by wearing ceremonial dress and each dancer brings sangku, jugs, bowls, and other equipment offerings.
Pendet - Traditional Dances From Bali Indonesia

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