In Puja Mandala, religion lays no barrier
The Jakarta Post,
PREMIUM RELIGIOUS TOLERANCE: A man works on a penjor (decorated bamboo pole), to be used as a Christmas decoration, in front of the Bukit Doa Protestant Church at Puja Mandala, Nusa Dua. The site is an Indonesian icon of religious tolerance as the country’s five major houses of worship lay directly side-by-side. (JP/Andra Wisnu) It was the morning before Christmas, and the Puja Mandala area, N...
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