Name Course Tutor Date Reading Journals Twins in Bali This journal provides the information that describes the ritual regarding male and female twins at Sukawana in Kintamani District Bali. The birth of the female and male twins (kembar buntjing) in Bali was considered a taboo for the family. Due to this the whole family where the twins have been born is deemed filth (sebel). The terms that people in this community used to call the mixed twins were formed from the title the called “child blunder” and they all blamed the father. Once the birth of the mixed twins has been reported in the village the priest closes the temple to indicate that it people live in the old palace where they are taught by one anthropologist how to pitch the tents. In the daily activities in Bali the article describes banjar as a neighborhood with streets edged by rows of huts and it is hidden behind the walls of a continuous earth. Although this description can portray banjar as an empty part of the world its streets in the real sense are busy with people carrying out their daily activities such as hurrying up to the marketplace feeding their livestock and carrying heavy grass on their heads. The village was full of shops where the neighbors could buy household commodities chat with one another and eat snacks. [...]
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