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Pancasila serves as the moral compass for Indonesian society and provides a framework for national unity and coexistence. It highlights the importance of respecting diversity and upholding human rights.

2. Traditional Festivals

Indonesia’s diverse cultural heritage is celebrated through various traditional festivals held throughout the year. These festivals showcase different ethnic traditions, music, dance, and cuisine, providing an opportunity for people from different backgrounds to come together and appreciate each other’s cultures.

For example, the Baliem Valley Festival in Papua showcases the unique customs of the indigenous Dani people, while the Toraja International Festival in Sulawesi highlights the elaborate funeral rituals of the Toraja ethnic group.



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