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Custodians of the Sacred Mountains

Culture and Society in the Highlands of Bali

by Thomas Anton Reuter

  • 110 Want to read
  • 5 Currently reading

Published by University of Hawaii Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Asian studies,
  • Ethnography,
  • Indigenous peoples,
  • Social Science,
  • Archaeology / Anthropology,
  • Sociology,
  • Bali,
  • Anthropology - Cultural,
  • Bali (Island),
  • Bali Island (Indonesia),
  • Ethnology,
  • Indonesia,
  • Mountain people,
  • Social life and customs

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages400
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11450428M
    ISBN 100824824504
    ISBN 109780824824501

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Custodians of the Sacred Mountains is the first comprehensive ethnography of the Bali Aga, a large ethnic minority that occupies the island's central highlands. The Bali Aga are popularly viewed as the indigenous counterparts to other Balinese who trace their origin to invaders from the Javanese kingdom of Majapait, who have ruled Bali from the.

Book Description: Custodians of the Sacred Mountains is the first comprehensive ethnography of the Bali Aga, a large ethnic minority that occupies the island's central highlands. The Bali Aga are popularly viewed as the indigenous counterparts to other Balinese who trace their origin to invaders from the Javanese kingdom of Majapait, who have.

Custodians of the Sacred Mountains is the first comprehensive ethnography of the Bali Aga, a large ethnic minority that occupies the island's central highlands. The Bali Aga are popularly viewed as the indigenous counterparts to other Balinese who trace their origin to invaders from the Javanese kingdom of Majapait, who have ruled Bali from the fourteenth century by: "The Sacred Mountain" is a book I have written in an effort to continue the storyline in the 'Earths Children' series.

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Reuter. Book. Custodians of the Sacred Mountains. Thomas Anton Reuter University of Hawaii Press | Published: Cite. Abstract In this ethnographic study, Reuter (a research fellow at the U. of Melbourne) examines their elaborate alliance systems and their marginalization in the larger Balinese society.

University of Melbourne Researchers Author: Thomas Reuter. Asian Sacred Natural Sites: Philosophy and practice in protected areas and conservation Nature conservation planning tends to be driven by models based on Western norms and science, but these may not represent the cultural, philosophical and religious contexts of much of Asia.

Sacred mountains are central to certain religions and are the subjects of many legends. For many, the most symbolic aspect of a mountain is the peak because it is believed that it is closest to heaven or other religious worlds.

Many religions have traditions centered on sacred mountains, which either are or were considered holy (such as Mount Olympus in Greek mythology) or are related to.

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Another ten years passed and I am now 53 years old/5(10). Center. An extremely widespread theme is that of the mountain as center—of the cosmos, the world, or a local region. Although some scholars have gone so far as to assert that every sacred peak is an axis mundi, a careful analysis shows that this hypothesis does not hold true: the 4 sacred mountains of the Navajo, for example, determine the perimeter of the land within which the Cited by:   Sacred Mountain by Robert Ferguson Read 19th March This book was like falling in love.

I instantly had a rapport. I have a background with both Burma and India and I can honestly say that this author has written a beautiful book, with imagery which assailed my senses; the sounds, colours, shapes and smells/5.

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Thomas Reuter Author Asia Institute UNIVERSITY SEARCH Author: Thomas Reuter. A new book, Sacred Natural Sites: Conserving nature and culture, is being launched by IUCN today at the Convention on Biological Diversity conference in Nagoya, launch is part of an event organized through a collaboration between ETC-COMPAS and IUCN and is dedicated to promoting sacred natural sites and their crucial role in conserving nature and culture.

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Our ancestors gave special status to certain ecologically productive places, and the authors convince us that treating protected areas with a sense of sacredness will help ensure a productive future for all.".An Australian Aboriginal sacred site is a place deemed significant and meaningful by Aboriginal Australians based on their may include any feature in the landscape, and in coastal areas, these may lie underwater.

The site's status is derived from an association with some aspect of social and cultural tradition, which is related to ancestral beings, collectively known as Dreamtime.