Tengger Hindus express their gratitude to the Gods for good harvest and fortune
epa03339460 Indonesian villagers wait on the edge of the crater to catch offerings cast down by Hindus during Kasodo ceremony at Mount Bromo, Probolinggo, Indonesia, 04 August 2012. The Kasodo ceremony is a way of Tengger Hindus to express their gratitude to the Gods for good harvest and fortune that have been bestowed on them. The peak of Kasodo ceremony was held early in the morning as thousands of Tengger Hindus climbed Mount Bromo and threw their offerings into the crater. The offerings range from vegetables, chickens, fruits, goats to money and other valuables. EPA/FULLY HANDOKO
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