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- Still about Pasola. . . The Pasola warriors throw blunt spears at each other, because the purpose of Pasola is not to kill each other. It is a ritual battle. If someone do get wounded, it is believed that it is supposed to happen. Perhaps the ancestors were angry at that particular person, so thus is his punishment. Perhaps the soil needs to receive a splash of blood to ensure a fertile harvest. What is certain is that the warriors would need to replenish their supply of spears. In the picture is one of the "ammunition personels," working on the ground to help the warriors of his village. Arrange your visit to Sumba with us and see Pasola :) . . . . . . . #sumba #pasola #pasolasumba #pasolasumba2018 #pasolasbd #ilovesumba #beautifulsumba #horsefestival #newasumbaresort #newaresort #pantainewa #newabeach #newabeachresort #newasumba #newahotel #takemetonewa #wormfestival #indonesia #easternindonesia #nusatenggaratimur
- Still about Pasola. . . The Pasola warriors throw blunt spears at each other, because the purpose of Pasola is not to kill each other. It is a ritual battle. If someone do get wounded, it is believed that it is supposed to happen. Perhaps the ancestors were angry at that particular person, so thus is his punishment. Perhaps the soil needs to receive a splash of blood to ensure a fertile harvest. What is certain is that the warriors would need to replenish their supply of spears. In the picture is one of the "ammunition personels," working on the ground to help the warriors of his village. Arrange your visit to Sumba with us and see Pasola :) . . . . . . . #sumba #pasola #pasolasumba #pasolasumba2018 #pasolasbd #ilovesumba #beautifulsumba #horsefestival #newasumbaresort #newaresort #pantainewa #newabeach #newabeachresort #newasumba #newahotel #takemetonewa #wormfestival #indonesia #easternindonesia #nusatenggaratimur
- Still about Pasola. . . The Pasola warriors throw blunt spears at each other, because the purpose of Pasola is not to kill each other. It is a ritual battle. If someone do get wounded, it is believed that it is supposed to happen. Perhaps the ancestors were angry at that particular person, so thus is his punishment. Perhaps the soil needs to receive a splash of blood to ensure a fertile harvest. What is certain is that the warriors would need to replenish their supply of spears. In the picture is one of the "ammunition personels," working on the ground to help the warriors of his village. Arrange your visit to Sumba with us and see Pasola :) . . . . . . . #sumba #pasola #pasolasumba #pasolasumba2018 #pasolasbd #ilovesumba #beautifulsumba #horsefestival #newasumbaresort #newaresort #pantainewa #newabeach #newabeachresort #newasumba #newahotel #takemetonewa #wormfestival #indonesia #easternindonesia #nusatenggaratimur
- Pasola. The battle is about to begin. Eyes on the opponents. The tension is so high you can almost taste it. Check out this year's Pasola schedule in our previous posting. Plan your visit with us :) #traditionalsumba #kodisumba #orangberani #atambani #marapu #newasumba #newabeach #newaresort #newasumbaresort #horsefestival #wormfestival #sumba #sumbaisland #sumbaindonesia #traditionalfestivals #traditionalsumba #cometoindonesia #amazingindonesia #beautifulindonesia #amazingsumba #beautifulsumba
- Pasola. The battle is about to begin. Eyes on the opponents. The tension is so high you can almost taste it. Check out this year& #39;s Pasola schedule in our previous posting. Plan your visit with us :) #traditionalsumba #kodisumba #orangberani #atambani #marapu #newasumba #newabeach #newaresort #newasumbaresort #horsefestival #wormfestival #sumba #sumbaisland #sumbaindonesia #traditionalfestivals #traditionalsumba #cometoindonesia #amazingindonesia #beautifulindonesia #amazingsumba #beautifulsumba
- Pasola. The battle is about to begin. Eyes on the opponents. The tension is so high you can almost taste it. Check out this year's Pasola schedule in our previous posting. Plan your visit with us :) #traditionalsumba #kodisumba #orangberani #atambani #marapu #newasumba #newabeach #newaresort #newasumbaresort #horsefestival #wormfestival #sumba #sumbaisland #sumbaindonesia #traditionalfestivals #traditionalsumba #cometoindonesia #amazingindonesia #beautifulindonesia #amazingsumba #beautifulsumba
- What is Pasola? Here's how Wikipedia describes it: Pasola is a mounted spear-fighting competition from western Sumba, Indonesia. It is played by throwing wooden spears at the opponent while riding a horse to celebrate the rice-planting season. The word pasola means spear in the local language and derives from the Sanskrit sula. According to legend, pasola originated with a woman from the village of Waiwuang. When her husband – a local leader – left home for an extended period, she believed him to be dead and eloped with a new lover from another village. After her husband returned, the woman still chose to stay with her new lover, and the two were married. To forget their leader's sadness, the people of Waiwuang held the festival of pasola. Originally the participants rode horses and threw spears at each other in an attempt to spill blood to the ground,[1] as a way of thanking the ancestors for a successful harvest and ensuring another prosperous rice harvest. The ritual changed over time into more of a mock battle. The spear tips are now blunt and their metal tips removed. Whereas it was once considered an honour to die during pasola, only accidental deaths occasionally occur today. The human and horse blood which used to drench the field is now solely from sacrificed pigs, dogs, and chickens. Armed police are kept on guard to prevent fights from breaking out. Beginning in the 2010s, pasola has been promoted as a "game" for visiting spectators. The event traditionally begins when a certain kind of sea worm swims to shore, signifying the end of the wet season and the beginning of crop-planting. Today, the elders decide on the date in advance for the sake of tourists. Pasola is always held for four weeks in February and March. #traditionalsumba #kodisumba #marapu #horsefestival #beautifulindonesia #pasola #pasolasumba #pasolasumba2018 #newasumbaresort #newasumba #newabeach #newaresort #newaresortsumba #pantainewa #sumbabaratdaya #amazingindonesia #seawormfestival
- What is Pasola? Here& #39;s how Wikipedia describes it: Pasola is a mounted spear-fighting competition from western Sumba, Indonesia. It is played by throwing wooden spears at the opponent while riding a horse to celebrate the rice-planting season. The word pasola means spear in the local language and derives from the Sanskrit sula. According to legend, pasola originated with a woman from the village of Waiwuang. When her husband – a local leader – left home for an extended period, she believed him to be dead and eloped with a new lover from another village. After her husband returned, the woman still chose to stay with her new lover, and the two were married. To forget their leader& #39;s sadness, the people of Waiwuang held the festival of pasola. Originally the participants rode horses and threw spears at each other in an attempt to spill blood to the ground,[1] as a way of thanking the ancestors for a successful harvest and ensuring another prosperous rice harvest. The ritual changed over time into more of a mock battle. The spear tips are now blunt and their metal tips removed. Whereas it was once considered an honour to die during pasola, only accidental deaths occasionally occur today. The human and horse blood which used to drench the field is now solely from sacrificed pigs, dogs, and chickens. Armed police are kept on guard to prevent fights from breaking out. Beginning in the 2010s, pasola has been promoted as a "game" for visiting spectators. The event traditionally begins when a certain kind of sea worm swims to shore, signifying the end of the wet season and the beginning of crop-planting. Today, the elders decide on the date in advance for the sake of tourists. Pasola is always held for four weeks in February and March. #traditionalsumba #kodisumba #marapu #horsefestival #beautifulindonesia #pasola #pasolasumba #pasolasumba2018 #newasumbaresort #newasumba #newabeach #newaresort #newaresortsumba #pantainewa #sumbabaratdaya #amazingindonesia #seawormfestival
- What is Pasola? Here's how Wikipedia describes it: Pasola is a mounted spear-fighting competition from western Sumba, Indonesia. It is played by throwing wooden spears at the opponent while riding a horse to celebrate the rice-planting season. The word pasola means spear in the local language and derives from the Sanskrit sula. According to legend, pasola originated with a woman from the village of Waiwuang. When her husband – a local leader – left home for an extended period, she believed him to be dead and eloped with a new lover from another village. After her husband returned, the woman still chose to stay with her new lover, and the two were married. To forget their leader's sadness, the people of Waiwuang held the festival of pasola. Originally the participants rode horses and threw spears at each other in an attempt to spill blood to the ground,[1] as a way of thanking the ancestors for a successful harvest and ensuring another prosperous rice harvest. The ritual changed over time into more of a mock battle. The spear tips are now blunt and their metal tips removed. Whereas it was once considered an honour to die during pasola, only accidental deaths occasionally occur today. The human and horse blood which used to drench the field is now solely from sacrificed pigs, dogs, and chickens. Armed police are kept on guard to prevent fights from breaking out. Beginning in the 2010s, pasola has been promoted as a "game" for visiting spectators. The event traditionally begins when a certain kind of sea worm swims to shore, signifying the end of the wet season and the beginning of crop-planting. Today, the elders decide on the date in advance for the sake of tourists. Pasola is always held for four weeks in February and March. #traditionalsumba #kodisumba #marapu #horsefestival #beautifulindonesia #pasola #pasolasumba #pasolasumba2018 #newasumbaresort #newasumba #newabeach #newaresort #newaresortsumba #pantainewa #sumbabaratdaya #amazingindonesia #seawormfestival
- Ketika perjalanan jauh, terbayar dengan pantai seindah ini, rasanya lmpas. Pantai Newa yang dimiliki Newa Resort di Sumba Barat Daya memanjakan kami dengan pasir putih sehalus tepung, ombak sedang yang memanggil bermain air dan tebing batublecil di pojok saja, seperti pagar pembatas kawasan, sehingga menyemournakan pantai ini sebagai private beach. #newa #newaresort #sumba #sumbabaratdaya #nusatenggaratimur #ntt #wondefulindonesia #pesonaindonesia #indonesia #indonesia_paradise #indonesiaindah #pantai #beach #whitesand #naturephotography #natural #travelphotography #wanderer
- Ketika perjalanan jauh, terbayar dengan pantai seindah ini, rasanya lmpas. Pantai Newa yang dimiliki Newa Resort di Sumba Barat Daya memanjakan kami dengan pasir putih sehalus tepung, ombak sedang yang memanggil bermain air dan tebing batublecil di pojok saja, seperti pagar pembatas kawasan, sehingga menyemournakan pantai ini sebagai private beach. #newa #newaresort #sumba #sumbabaratdaya #nusatenggaratimur #ntt #wondefulindonesia #pesonaindonesia #indonesia #indonesia_paradise #indonesiaindah #pantai #beach #whitesand #naturephotography #natural #travelphotography #wanderer
- Ketika perjalanan jauh, terbayar dengan pantai seindah ini, rasanya lmpas. Pantai Newa yang dimiliki Newa Resort di Sumba Barat Daya memanjakan kami dengan pasir putih sehalus tepung, ombak sedang yang memanggil bermain air dan tebing batublecil di pojok saja, seperti pagar pembatas kawasan, sehingga menyemournakan pantai ini sebagai private beach. #newa #newaresort #sumba #sumbabaratdaya #nusatenggaratimur #ntt #wondefulindonesia #pesonaindonesia #indonesia #indonesia_paradise #indonesiaindah #pantai #beach #whitesand #naturephotography #natural #travelphotography #wanderer

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