Balinese Hindu devotees celebrated Pangrupkan Day With Ogoh-Ogoh Festival


SURABAYA, INDONESIA – MARCH 30: Balinese Hindu devotees carry an Ogoh-ogoh effigy during a parade on March 30, 2014 in Surabaya, Indonesia. Balinese Hindus hold a Ogoh-ogoh parade annually on the day before Nyepi (Silence Day). The Ogoh-ogoh represents the form of demons or the expression of bad traits, made by local artists, that are used to purify the environment.

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