Pacananganp c n \ n/ .
- each pretima has a vehicle that is usually larger than the image of the god itself
- the pretima and vehicle are always carried together, vehicle in front, on the heads of villagers and treated with great respect and reverence
- container for ingredients of the areca nut (betel) chew
- vehicle of a god, usually in the form of an animal or animal-like creature
- each of the village gods has a small human-like statue in which the spirit of the god resides when carried in procession to a temple or to the sea
I Pekak ngejang pecanangan di duur temboke
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