- square basket with fitted cover, made of thin, good quality, tightly woven, split bamboo
- term is used differently in different parts of Bali
- usually a keben is distinguished from a sok in that the latter has no lid and is less alus, i.e. woven less tightly and made of coarser, rougher bamboo than a keben
- valued objects such as offerings are always carried in a keben rather than a sok
- may be decorated
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