Cremation ceremony in Ubud, Bali - Stock Image

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Ubud, Bali, Indonesia - August 18, 2011: a woman blesses the guests at the start of the Pelebon (cremation) ceremony of Anak Agung Niang Rai, 81, wife of the head of the royal family of Ubud. The Pelebon, or Ngaben, is a Hindu-Balinese traditional-religious ceremony during which the corpse of a person is cremated into an animal-shaped container. Anak Agung Niang Rai\'s corpse, transported first in a 25 metres high tower by about 300 people, was then placed in a bull-shaped coffin and cremated after a ceremony and procession seeing the participation of thousands of people, both locals and tourists.
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A woman blesses the guests at the start of the Pelebon (cremation) ceremony of the wife of the head of the royal family of Ubud, Bali.


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