Mystical Site of Mumbul Water Park Presented in a Show

Mystical Site of Mumbul Water Park Presented in a Show

Mumbul Park attraction located at Sangeh village, Abiansemal, Badung, presents creative show. The fragmentary show entitled “Mystical Mumbul Water Park” was presented by Pancer Langiit Studio at Bali Creative Performance Parade in the series of Bali Mandara Nawanatya 2017 at Ksiraarnawa Building, Art Center Denpasar, Saturday (Nov. 18). Young artists coalesced into the Pancer Langiit

Mumbul Park attraction located at Sangeh village, Abiansemal, Badung, presents creative show. The fragmentary show entitled “Mystical Mumbul Water Park” was presented by Pancer Langiit Studio at Bali Creative Performance Parade in the series of Bali Mandara Nawanatya 2017 at Ksiraarnawa Building, Art Center Denpasar, Saturday (Nov. 18).

Young artists coalesced into the Pancer Langiit Studio came with innovative and maximal appearance. They did not only rely on a strong character of the dance flexibility, but was also supported by distinctive costumes designed very artistically. Besides, they utilized the property in order to create spectacular performances. All that creativities are inseparable from the creative art director, Agung Rahma Putra.

The ritual of Sangeh village community in glorifying water becomes interesting when transformed into dance movement looking esthetic, dynamic and rhythmic. Presentation of the Pancer Langiit Studio is worth watching and filled with moral messages to improve awareness of the art lovers so as to be more concerned about environmental sustainability.

Sang Oman serving as the narrator delivered the opening dialogue to describe the behavior of some Balinese people that do not care about the environment, so that it results in pollution everywhere. Water as a source of life is not free from pollution due to human behavior using technology products unwisely. Facing such a reality, the Goddess of Water is weeping bitterly.

The next storyline moved into the past that described the contrary conditions. In the period was described where water was so glorified, guarded, preserved and exploited wisely. For example, the emergence of Mumbul Park at Sangeh village is closely associated with the development of Mengwi Kingdom. From the past to the present, the Mumbul Park is known to have the Mandala Tirtha concept becoming the center for Sangeh village community life.

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This place is very much sanctified and sacred to keep the glory of the water itself. Preservation of such beautiful natural brings in a harmonious and natural beauty where the physical (sekala) and psychical (niskala) conditions are still well preserved for the sake of the realization of a prosperous life. (BTN/015)



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