Canang Sari are daily offerings routinely offered by Balinese and Indonesian Hindus. They are often left in small shrines, on home altars, on beaches, in cars and tucked under license plates on mopeds. They are a way of thanking the supreme god known as 'the inconceivable and unimaginable god' for peace. They often contain betel leaf, lime, tobacco, bits of food, flowers and money. Balinese women spend a quarter of their life preparing for, performing and cleaning up after these rituals. They are offered each day except where there is a death in the household with especially large offerings made on holidays.