Preserving Spinning Top Tradition at Tamblingan

Preserving Spinning Top Tradition at Tamblingan

Playing spinning top tradition seems to be rarely known to children today. They are more interested in the modern games through their smartphone. Nevertheless, this tradition remains to be preserved in the area of ​​the four customary village of Dalem Tamblingan including the Munduk, Umajero, Gesing and Gobleg. “Spinning top game is routinely held in

Playing spinning top tradition seems to be rarely known to children today. They are more interested in the modern games through their smartphone. Nevertheless, this tradition remains to be preserved in the area of ​​the four customary village of Dalem Tamblingan including the Munduk, Umajero, Gesing and Gobleg. “Spinning top game is routinely held in the four customary village of Dalem Tamblingan. This tradition has been inherited from generation to generation,” said the nine-team leader of the four customary villages of Dalem Tamblingan, Jro Putu Ardana, Wednesday (Jun. 15).

He said that the making of spinning top requires expertise. The wood commonly used includes the orange jasmine, sapodilla, tamarind, lychee and rosewood. Generally, the wood chosen has quite smooth fiber so as to be easy to be shaped. “At this time residents are not fanatic with the wood used. Most importantly, the fiber is soft and the wood is hard. Now, it is not difficult because the wood material can be affixed with special glue. Well, in the past people often utilized intact wood,” he said. (BTN/kmb)

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