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Sunday, August 8, 2010

The Janggan Kite

Wind blows well, this is the right time for flying kites. In Bali kite enthusiasts attend one kite festival held by the Sanur Village Festival (SVF) are also quite a lot of interested persons, from children to adults, there is also a kite festival held Janggan. janggan of small kites to large we can see it there. janggan kites are kites n sacred symbolism of the dragon wrapped around a Bedawang Besuki Nala, safeguarding the stability of the earth. Janggan also a sacred kite, because for the people of Bali kites is believed to have a body and soul. With the proportion / gegulak his wing span size can be made larger than 4-5 meters with a long tail that can reach 200 meters, Janggan can be said as a class favorite and was the event most awaited by the people in every kite festival in Bali .

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