These two volumes present erudite yet informal essays on the visible -- sekala -- and the occult -- niskala -- elements of Bali's cultural life. The essays cover a wide range of topics, from magic and trance healing to cockfighting and seaweed farming. The author, who has lived on Bali for 28 years, is widely recognized as a self-taught guru of Balinese folk traditions.And so the common word for 45 became the word for the package of opium wrapped in metal foil that cost 45 pis bolong or sen. The other version of the ... For 150, many people use the word satus seket, following this pattern. But usually theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Bali, Sekala and Niskala: Essays on society, tradition, and craft|
|Author||:||Fred B. Eiseman, Margaret H. Eiseman|
|Publisher||:||PeriplusEdition - 1990|