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Indisches Wandtuch, Tagesdecke, Ganesha
25,00 € *
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Zentralmotiv: Ganesha, der Hindu-Gott mit 2-farbigem Hintergrund (Tie Dye - Style) Rand: Orientalische Blumenranke Farben: rot, gelb, violett, orange Material: 100% Baumwolle Maße: ca. 230x210cm

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Stand: 30.05.2020
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Tanah Lot Sunset Tour
42,02 € *
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Thanks to its rich Hindu heritage, Bali is blessed with beautiful temples (or Balinese Hindu temples). Take a half-day tour to the temple and sunset that must be visited on this island. Visit the magnificent 17th-century royal family temple in Taman Ayun. Its name refers to the beautiful water park around the holy site. To get there, go to Alas Kedaton Temple and Forest, a place where you will meet monkeys and flying foxes. End the tour by gazing at the majestic orange sun set behind Tanah Lot, a Hindu holy temple built on rocky outcrops and surrounded by sparkling seas. Explore temples, learn more about Balinese history, and enjoy stunning views.

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Tanah Lot Sunset Trip
60,34 € *
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Thanks to its rich Hindu heritage, Bali is blessed with architecturally beautiful pura (or Balinese Hindu temples). Take a half day tour of the island's must-see temples and sunsets. Visit the magnificent 17th century royal family temple of Taman Ayun. Its name refers to the beautiful water garden surrounding the holy site. To get there, go through Alas Kedaton Temple and Forest, where you will meet monkeys and flying foxes. Finally, cap off the tour by gazing at the magnificent orange sunset behind Tanah Lot, a sacred Hindu shrine built on a rocky outcrop and surrounded by the shimmering ocean. Explore the temples, learn more about Bali's history, and enjoy the breathtaking views.

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Tanah Lot Sunset Tour With Best Bali Driver Ser...
38,31 € *
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Thanks to its rich Hindu heritage, Bali is blessed with architecturally beautiful pura (or Balinese Hindu temples). Take a half day tour of the island's must-see temples and sunsets. Visit the magnificent 17th century royal family temple of Taman Ayun. Its name refers to the beautiful water garden surrounding the holy site. To get there, go through Alas Kedaton Temple and Forest, where you will meet monkeys and flying foxes. Finally, cap off the tour by gazing at the magnificent orange sunset behind Tanah Lot, a sacred Hindu shrine built on a rocky outcrop and surrounded by the shimmering ocean. Explore the temples, learn more about Bali's history, and enjoy the breathtaking views.1:30pm pick up at hotel (depends on your hotel's location)3:00pm visit Taman Ayun temple4:00pm explore Alas Kedaton5.15pm visit Marine Temple of Tanah Lot8:00pm return back to hotel

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Bali Amazing Cycling Tour
26,34 € *
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Cycling is an interested activity in Bali and good way to see the real bali life. the best place for cycling is Kintamani, this area has cold weather and mountain views; Mount Batur and Lake Batur.This cycling will start from kintamani area and finished in ubud village (from north to south; downhill)Some awesome place you will explored during cycling, such as: natural landscapes (ricefields, orange farm, jungle, etc), traditional balinese daily life, traditional houses, balinese hindu temples, farmers and all these activities in ricefields, will be explained by our guide.

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Medieval Bangalore Trail
44,82 € *
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Unhurried's Medieval Bangalore Trail is a heritage enthusiast's dream. It is one of the popular requests at Unhurried: a tour that unites all of medieval Bangalore, the dilapidated remains of Bangalore fort that stands as a testimony to its war history, the summer palace of Tipu Sultan, the ancient south Indian temple patronized by Hindu kings and Sultans alike. Explore the remains of the Kempe Gowda fort while we paint you an enigmatic picture of what the place once was. Take a leisurely walk down Avenue Road and indulge yourselves in the assortment of items that line the shops. Today's version of the old city of Bangalore are the winding lanes off Avenue Road that sells a various things from silk to plastic bottles and a century old City Market where one can see on display— ironware, flowers, fruits, banana leaves, spices, etc.The colourful flower market with mounds of orange marigolds, yellow sevanthige, red roses, white jasmines, stringed and un-stringed is a sight for sore eyes.

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Contradictory Lives
35,90 CHF *
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In literature and popular imagination, the Bauls of India and Bangladesh are characterized as musical mystics: orange-clad nomads of both Hindu and Muslim backgrounds. They wander the countryside and entertain with their passionate singing and unusual behavior, and they are especially well-known for their evocative songs, which challenge the caste system and sectarianism prevalent in South Asia. Although Bauls claim to value women over men, little is known about the individual views and experiences of Baul women. Based on ethnographic research in both the predominantly Hindu context of West Bengal (India) and the Muslim country of Bangladesh, this book explores the everyday lives of Baul women. Lisa Knight examines the contradictory expectations regarding Baul women: on the one hand, the ideal of a group unencumbered by societal restraints and concerns and, on the other, the real constraints of feminine respectability that seemingly curtail women's mobility and public performances. Knight demonstrates that Baul women respond to these conflicting expectations in various ways, sometimes adopting and other times subverting local gendered norms to craft meaningful lives. More so than their male counterparts, Baul women feel encumbered by norms. But rather than seeing Baul women's normative behavior as indicative of their conformity to gendered roles (and, therefore, failures as Bauls), Knight argues that these women creatively draw on societal expectations to transcend their social limits and create new paths.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 30.05.2020
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Contradictory Lives
30,99 € *
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In literature and popular imagination, the Bauls of India and Bangladesh are characterized as musical mystics: orange-clad nomads of both Hindu and Muslim backgrounds. They wander the countryside and entertain with their passionate singing and unusual behavior, and they are especially well-known for their evocative songs, which challenge the caste system and sectarianism prevalent in South Asia. Although Bauls claim to value women over men, little is known about the individual views and experiences of Baul women. Based on ethnographic research in both the predominantly Hindu context of West Bengal (India) and the Muslim country of Bangladesh, this book explores the everyday lives of Baul women. Lisa Knight examines the contradictory expectations regarding Baul women: on the one hand, the ideal of a group unencumbered by societal restraints and concerns and, on the other, the real constraints of feminine respectability that seemingly curtail women's mobility and public performances. Knight demonstrates that Baul women respond to these conflicting expectations in various ways, sometimes adopting and other times subverting local gendered norms to craft meaningful lives. More so than their male counterparts, Baul women feel encumbered by norms. But rather than seeing Baul women's normative behavior as indicative of their conformity to gendered roles (and, therefore, failures as Bauls), Knight argues that these women creatively draw on societal expectations to transcend their social limits and create new paths.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 30.05.2020
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