If you are in Ubud Bali, you can witness traditional Balinese Legong Dance by the accomplished dancers of the Sadha Budaya Troupe in the Ubud Palace where they showcase their rich heritage and the depth of their art forms through beautiful movements and expressions.
Different Faces of the Legong Dance
Jul 12, 2014
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Puru is an IT Project Manager from Pune, India and an avid blogger. He is passionate about travel, photography, cinema and books. He blogs on Shadows Galore, Art House Cinema, The Mutinous Indian and Antarnaad.
Strange..just a day back I was reading an article on the origins of Legong dance and today this post from you 🙂
Now you know how it looks like 🙂
Noted. Beautifully captured. 🙂
Thanks Nisha. I wish we could watch the Ramayana dance though
Thanks Rupam 🙂
Hmm…that was a good photo op, eh.
Nice shots, Puru.
onderful photos. Great all those faces, reminds me of Katakali in Kerala 🙂
Thanks Yvonne .. Kathakali is slightly different, hope will get a chance to take some pics of that