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shrine that hangs from the ceiling, generally made for a baby and used until age 105 days
sometimes made from a dulang, but not necessarily. Nowadays the word is used to refer to any shrine that is suspended from the ceiling or does not have a base, such as the palinggih found in all bedrooms or other rooms of homes. The shrine for the Sad Kahyangan temples in the meru of Pr. Ulunsiwi is called palangkiran because it hangs from the top, without a base.
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