• offering decorative element in an offering that: 1.e always has porosan attached to it or associated with it
  • 2. is always placed at the top of the offering, over everthing else
  • 3. not used as a container for anything in the offering except, sometimes, flowers. Sampian usually consist of intricately cut young coconut leaves, busung, skewered together
  • size and degree of elaborateness vary greatly
  • . sometimes sampian are much bigger than the rest of the contents of the offering thus obscuring it. There are many types of sampian, each with a different name and used for a different purpose
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Usage Examples

Sampian wenten sarwe canang ring duur bantene.
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