With the rising number of tourists visiting Bali every year there is a growing desire by travellers to know more about the country they are visiting. The second of two volumes, this book offers a collection of essays on the seen (sekala) and the unseen (niskala) elements of Bali's cultural life. The essays cover a wide range of topics from Hindu mythology and trance healing to cremations and seaweed farming. This volume concentrates on society, tradition and craft. The first volume expores religion, ritual and art.