Sunday, March 1, 2015


Je suis Balinais de Klungkung, qui ne ont pas besoin de séjour dans la guerre à nouveau......
" la paix .....pour toujours la paix.....!!!" 

Brothers Japan, May God Bless You..........Klungkung, Bali  is Klungkung ...!!!

Dim lights illuminate the land where my feet stay. Early morning begins with the spirit of villager rural life at  Klungkung, Bali. my aunt had begun to cook for her beloved husband. Life in the village, we still have to live with the social customs that still exist until today . My aunt today will go to our neighbor's house because they will hold a ceremony for family's pass away, continue attend ceremony of married, participating in cleanliness at Banjar / social community - housewife organization.Imagine...how busy my aunt at home......!!

Penchant for weaving still continues today. The ancestral   heritage is reflected in the work of Cepuk weaving cloth ( Tenun Cepuk ) . Plash derived from Sanskrit which means " Wood Canging". Wood canging is the natural manufacture of tenun cepuk. This culture burn and continue to this modern decade at Tanglad Village, Nusa Penida - Klungkung, Bali

Life in Rural Klungkung, Bali with no Money ......no Crazy......!!! Bersahaja selamanya.........

Simple life style, working on the way which is justified by religion, laws and regulations of Indonesia. Habits are always grateful to the acquisition of lifestyle and culture make simple fashion style  firmly imprinted in the hearts of Balinese in Klungkung, Bali.

Heavy live but continue smile together by housewives in my village. They are very sincere loving husband and family. Simple fashion & live  style throughout rural  life, make agriculture and trade  became the foundation of life in Klungkung, Bali. I do not need to imitate wearing  modern cloth "celana abedik, baju akebesan with beer on  right hand and flew over motorbike ... zzzzzsss ... !!!" like the next part area.....

Sounds weaving alternately, along with skilled hands to follow the beautiful motifs woven of  Tenun Cepuk.

  To my dearest in the beyond .....ありがとう......

The blue sea crashing my eyes moving towards to Nusa Penida island. My memory is not independent of the villagers artwork at Tanglad village. Weaving / Tenun Cepuk one of traditional Balinese weaving is still preserved until now.

Weaving / tenun cepuk  has ornaments with distinctive motifs. The distinctive motifs using natural dyes derived from plants such as Secang wood. Skilled hands of population is able to bring tenun cepuk works as high artistic value.

Tenun Cepuk fabric in religious ceremonies, traditional clothes and exhibitions, etc.

Thank you, 

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