The development of sawah civilization in ancient Java
Apart from the fact that there was no active part taken by the Netherlands Government in agrarian matters in Bali, even after direct government was introduced after 1880, the Balinese sawah farmers' success appears to stem mainly from their efficient independently-organized irrigation associations known as sekaha subaks. These guild-like co-operations of sawah farmers who share the same water supply have existed for many centuries in Bali, but nowhere else in Indonesia's wet-rice areas...[Show more]
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