Nov 4, 2013

A Little Carnival





I saw this little carnival during our car ride back home from my husband’s hometown. Sorry, I don’t know the name and the purpose of the carnival. 


Nice to find many yellow touches. Kids were sitting on the back of four interesting 'creatures' which each were lifted by four men in yellow outfit. The traditional music was played by real people on the open vehicle –at the back of the row.

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8 comments:

BLOGitse said...

We don't have carnival tradition - thanks for sharing yours!

BPPKMU said...

carnival like this very interesting and very good if done for the children of their age, even when it's likely they will have a happy impression

Leovi said...

Beautiful pictures, I really like those colors carnival!

beccagivens said...

Oh how fun for all ages! Happy Monday!

Muh Hendrik said...

I do hope such carnival events will not be disappeared as a part of annual cultural celebration in every region of this country.

kim said...

that was FUN!

lathief27 said...

When I was on 3rd grade elementary school mya family moved to Indramayu, there were some carnival like this. Might be this is sundanese people tradition. The purpose of this carnival was to celebrate their boy circumcision

Hazel Ceej said...

Carnivals are synonymous with colors and they're fun to look at. I seldom see any but glad you shared this.

Hazel

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