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The Rangda Dance is a captivating portrayal of the eternal struggle between good and evil in Balinese culture. With elaborate costumes and dramatic masks, performers bring to life the mythical queen Rangda, symbolizing darkness and chaos.


As the dance unfolds, brave warriors engage in combat with their traditional keris daggers, symbolizing the eternal struggle between light and shadow. Performers enter a trance-like state, channeling the spirits of their ancestors as they confront Rangda and her demonic minions.


In the end, the forces of darkness are defeated, and the Rangda Dance serves as a powerful reminder of the triumph of good over evil in Balinese mythology.

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