Nasi Tumpeng Kemerdekaan refers to Indonesian "Yellow Cone-Shaped Rice". It is prepared by coloring the rice with turmeric and then shaped into a cone. It is mostly served for special or festive occassions.

The cone shape echoes that of the mythical Hindu mountain, Meru, while its yellow represent the colour of royalty. It is one of the sacred colours for Balinese Hindus.

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