Balinese people, generally uphold their customs, traditions and culture like residents of Karang customary village, Nusa Penida. One of the cultures preserved up to these days is the Gambuh Dance. The dance of hundreds of years old is preserved by Manca Gita Lestari gambuh troupe of Karang customary village by performing regeneration.
Chief of Karang customary village, Wayan Sukerta, said the Manca Gita Lestari gambuh troupe is old enough. Originally it was established by five hamlets, namely the Karang, Baledan, Kelodan, Pering and Tugu. The art troupe always involves local dancers from the five hamlets. Those designated as the gambuh dancers should have married. "It’s the way we preserve the traditional culture," said Sukerta. Click here for read full article
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