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Performance of Janger
COLLECTIE TROPENMUSEUM Jonge Balinese danseres TMnr 10004700.jpg
COLLECTIE TROPENMUSEUM Balinese danseres met een gouden kroon TMnr 10004733.jpg

Janger is one of the most popular dances from Bali, Indonesia[1] Created in 1930, Janger is a dance popular with the youths of Bali. This dance is performed by 10 people, divided into two groups: female group (Janger group) and male group (Kecak group). They dance to the rhythm of one another's shouts, making it a uniquely harmonious dance of Balinese origin.



  1. ^ Kartika Dewi Suardana (2012). Dances of Bali. PT. Phoenix Communications. ISBN 60-297-9711-5.