Wetu Telu

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Wetu Telu ("three times") is the traditional belief of the Sasak people of Lombok, Indonesia.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Müller 1997, p. 55.

Works cited[edit]

  • Budiwanti, Erni (2000). Islam Sasak: Wetu Telu versus Waktu Lima (in Indonesian). Yogyakarta: PT LKiS Pelangi Aksara. ISBN 9789798966514.
  • Cederroth, Sven (1998). Gunawan Tjahjono (ed.). Religion and Ritual. Indonesian Heritage. 9. Singapore: Archipelago Press. ISBN 9813018585.
  • Cederroth, Sven (1995). A Sacred Cloth Religion?: Ceremonies of the Big Feast Among the Wetu Telu Sasak (Lombok, Indonesia). NIAS Report series no. 10 (revised ed.). Singapore: NIAS Press. ISBN 9788787062541. ISSN 0904-597X.
  • Müller, Kal (1997). Pickell, David (ed.). East of Bali: From Lombok to Timor. The Periplus Adventure Guides Series. Singapore: Tuttle Publishing. ISBN 9789625931784.
  • Waterson, Roxana (1998). Gunawan Tjahjono (ed.). Architecture. Indonesian Heritage. 6. Singapore: Archipelago Press. ISBN 9813018305.