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Pura Saraswati Temple  

by on Saturday, 11 March 20066 Comments | 5,019 views

Rangda Masks are being carved and painted by the artists at Pura Saraswati Temple.

Seen the entrance gate from temple that leads to Puri Saraswati Bungalows

The Path leads from Puri Saraswati Bungalows to Lotus Café

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  • 6 Comments »

    • Don Bennett said:

      WOW, these photos really capture the beauty of Puri Saraswati. The temple grounds, the Lotus Pond ( and cafe ), and the Saraswati Bungalows, are all authentic Balinese. These historical Royal grounds are tops in the area. We stayed at the bungalows(http://www.purisaraswati.com ) for a couple of weeks. Located in Ubud, we were very island central for a lot of cultural events, or as launching point for the volcanic lakes, and/or off to the coast for snorkeling.

    • Patrick said:

      Remarkable place, nice pictures. I love this Taman Pemuda Saraswati, as much the goddess, who has her counterpart in the Buddhist Mañjushrî, as her temple, and the highly impressive worshipper Ratu Gege of Nusa Dua (?). Thank you for this extremely beautiful site. Patrick alias Petruk, an Ubud Peliatan Lover —

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