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Balinese boys sit under "Ogoh-ogoh", a paper-mache effigy that symbolizes Balinese Hinduism's mythical demons and monsters, during a parade to...
Balinese boys sit under "Ogoh-ogoh", a paper-mache effigy that symbolizes Balinese Hinduism's mythical demons and monsters, during a parade to celebrate "Nyepi", or Bali's Day of Silence, in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia on Sunday, March 10, 2013. Balinese Hindu will celebrate Nyepi Day on March 12 by observing a day of silence in which they have to stay inside their homes and meditate in silence and darkness for the entire day.