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Rambut Sedana

by Micha F. Lindemans
The Balinese goddess of prosperity. Her name literally means "money hair." Traditionally she is represented by a gilded mask, called salang, from which are hung many strings, like hair. The old Chinese coins, the ones with a hole in the middle, that are tied to the strings are considered lucky by the Balinese as well as the Chinese. If her image is hung in a home or business it will attract prosperity.

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  • Also known as:
    Dewi Rambut Sedana
  • Etymology:
    money hair

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