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وێنە.. ئەو گۆڕستانا کو مری تێدا ناهێنە ڤەشارتن

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2019-05-26

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گەشتیارێن ولاتێن جیهانێ سالانە سەردەدانا گۆڕستانا گوندەکێ کەڤن یێ گزیرتا بالی ل ئەندەنوسیا دکەن، کو مری تێدا ناهێنە ڤەشارتن.

ڕۆژنامەیا دەیلی مەیل یا بەریتانی د بابەتەکێ دا بەلاڤکریە، گوندێ ترونیان یێ باشورێ گزیرتا بالی مریێن خۆ د ناڤ قەفەسا بامبوودا ددانن ژبۆ کو بڕزن.

دیارکریە ژی، لاشەیان د گۆڕستانێ و ناڤ سەقایێ گەرما ئەندەنوسیا بجی دهێلن، لاشەیێن مریێن کو نوونە دبن قەفەسێن دروستکریێن ژ دارێ بامبوو دا ددانن.

پشتی نێزیکی ١١٠٠ سالان ئەو لاشە تنێ دێ هەستی مینن و پشتڕا دێ دبن دارەکا مەزن یا پیرۆز دا ده‌هێنە دانان کو دکەڤیتە ناڤەندا گۆڕستانێ.

گەشتیار تنێ ب ڕێیا بەلەمێ دکارن ڕووبارێ باتور ببڕن و بگەهنە وی گوندی کو ل بناڤا چیایێ بورکانا بوتار ل ناڤەندا دارستانێ دایە.

تنێ لاشەیێن کەسێن کو هەڤژینی پێکئینانە د وێ گۆڕستانا پیرۆز دا دهێنە دانان و کەسێن ئاسایی ژی دبن ئاخێ دا دهێنە ڤەشارتن.

هەموو گەشتیار دکارن دەستێ خۆ بکەنە لاشە و هەستیێن مریان، ب دەربازىوونا دەمی وەک دەڤەرەکا گەشتیاری ناڤودەنگیا خۆ دەرخستیە.

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The cemetery has bodies at varying states of decay. Some still have skin and hair, like the man pictured, while others are more skeletal

The bamboo cages are arranged under a Taru Menyan tree (pictured), a special species that emits a pleasant scent that is said to neutralise the smell of rotting

Once the flesh has rotted away, the skulls  and bones are added to an ever-growing cartilage shrine (pictured) under the tree, which is said to be 1,100 years old

People leave offerings like money and even cigarettes next to skulls. A visitor described it as a 'poorer area' and encouraged tourists to pay for their visit

The funeral practice is only practiced in this region of Bali. People in Trunyan believe they are the original Balinese people

A picture of a deceased man in front of his above-ground grave. An Australian woman said Trunyan cemetery is a 'must do experience' in the Bali Bogans Facebook group

The bamboo cages (pictured) protect the bodies from animals looking for a free meal, allowing them to decompose fully

Hundreds of years worth of skulls (pictured) are scattered all around the cemetery

Welcome to the jungle: Thre are skulls at the entrance to Trunyan cemetery (pictured)

Villagers from Trunyan in northern Bali are laid to rest in bamboo cages underneath a sacred tree where their bodies (pictured) are left to decompose in the smothering Indonesian heat

A married woman looks to be recently laid to rest in a bamboo cage. Only married people have the honour of this funeral, while unwed people are buried underground

Tourists can touch and even hold skulls and are welcomed by villagers who are eager to share their culture with the outside world