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Astrological Calendars – 1 – Palindon Calendars of Bali

May 15, 2017 1 min read

Palindon are  calendars depicting the 12 months and the deity associated with that month. The painted scenes for each month illustrate the written predictions.

The style is characteristic of the Kamasan artists in the early 1900s in Balinese villages.

ATS-547 Antique Palindon – Astrological Calendar Painting – Kamasan Bali

Antique Palindon - Astrological Calendar Painting - Kamasan, Bali

ATS-548 Antique Palindon – Astrological Calendar Painting – Kamasan Bali

Antique Palindon - Astrological Calendar Painting - Kamasan, Bali

The details show us the predictions that are to be inferred from the signs observed in the environment.

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