What's in a Name? Balinese Naming Traditions

Posted on August 7, 2014

Cultural Diversity / Aug 7, 2014
What’s in a Name? Balinese Naming Traditions

Balinese Name Traditions The Indonesian island of Bali is famous for its culture.  Among other qualities, its inhabitants are renowned for traditional dance, Hindu spiritualism and shadow puppetry. Balinese people also have a truly unique name convention.  It is a tradition that visitors quickly notice, because so many locals share the same given names. One […]

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