RF2ANX526–Young Balinese tattoo artist prays to the Hindu gods.
RF2BAPCCH–Portrait of old man checking tickets at Pura Gunung Kawi Temple,wearing a brown batik headdress, black leather jacket with kind eyes and mustache.
RFPYNP02–PEMUTERAN, INDONESIA, JANUARY 01, 2018 : Portrait of a Hindu religious man wearing a traditional Udeng headband, Bali, Indonesia
RF2CCDPW2–Traditional Balinese dress for formal occasions include a sarong tied and kept in place with a songket and a headdress called an Udeng for males.
RF2BC8GRK–Square view of a small boy in traditional dress using a phone in Bali, Indonesia.
RMH28M9E–Indonesia, Bali, Batur, Pura Ulun Danu Batur, man wearing traditional udeng hat carrying young son wrapped in blanket
RFT8BMMY–Balinese Men wearing Udeng headdress or a Balinees ikat kepala and is sitting at the floor of the temple
RFM5HTDY–Kecak Fire Dance, priest and fire eater 2, Ubud, Bali
RF2ANYABE–Turtle statue in Balinese udeng at Kuta beach (Pantai Kuta), Bali, Indonesia.
RM2E6YFCD–A father ties his son's Udeng before praying at Sakenan temple, on Serangan island, on the Indonesian resort island of Bali October 15, 2005. Balinese Hindus marked the sacred day of Kuningan, which falls ten days after Galungan, by praying at Hindu temples on Saturday.
RF2HF3R14–Two Balinese men wearing udeng headwear at a ceremony taking place in the village of Ketewel in Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia