- effigy of deceased person that is carried to cemetery and cremated. At its simplest it consists of the kajang, plus a fan shaped effigy of the dead person. May be in the form of a small piece of sandalwood on which a priest has written the name of the deceased and a human figure. A pedanda says a mantra over it until it becomes paragaan, that is, a person who will be cremated. It is carried on top of the wadah/bade to the cremation grounds and burned. Contents varies, but often consists of a tumpang gede, baas, and rantasan, wrapped in cloth.
Adegan balé gedéné suba amah tetani.
The posts on the bale gede (traditional Balinese building located in the east of the household compound) have been eaten by termites.