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  • Mapinton, a Tradition of Self-Notification at Temple

    Mapinton, a Tradition of Self-Notification at Temple0

    Many traditions are carried out by Hindu communities in Bali. Moreover, such traditions are closely related to religion. One of the traditions remaining to be practiced by the people until now is mintonang toddlers / children that are newly invited to say prayers, both in merajan, clan temple and village trinity temple. Mapinton is one

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  • Masaiban, Simplest Sacrifice in Hindu

    Masaiban, Simplest Sacrifice in Hindu0

    Offering saiban oblation or frequently known as mebanten nasi/ngejot is one of the traditions carried out by Hindu society, especially in Bali, done after cooking. It is also known as Yadnya Sesa, denoting the simplest offering that must be executed every day by the Hindus. Masaiban as the simplest yadnya or sacrifice is often performed

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  • Besakih Temple Sits at the Foot of Mount Agung

    Besakih Temple Sits at the Foot of Mount Agung0

    Mount Agung in Balinese language is also known as Giri To Langkir to express its majesty. Giri means ‘mountain,’ To means ‘person,’ while Langkir means ‘towering.’ R. Goris, a literary scholar, compares the word to meaning ‘person’ to the family of languages ​​found in other places having almost identical spellings that indicate the original equation.

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  • Tugun Karang, a Psychical Gateway to House Compound

    Tugun Karang, a Psychical Gateway to House Compound0

    According to Balinese people, especially the Hindus, every sacred building or shrine placed in the yard of a house or family temple must be respectively functioned according to its location and name. In addition, the sacred buildings are not only functioned, but also believed to be the abode of deities, ancestral spirits and other psychical

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  • Maintaining Alas Kedaton Physically and Psychically

    Maintaining Alas Kedaton Physically and Psychically0

    Villagers of Kukuh, Marga subdistrict, Tabanan, know very well about how to maintain the Alas Kedaton tourist attraction. In addition to keeping the area clean, safe and comfortable they also hold ceremonies on appointed days to maintain a harmonious vibration. creating sanitation, safety and comfort, it also holds ceremonies on the appointed holy days. It

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  • Betel Nut Box, a Tradition of the Elderly when Receiving Guests

    Betel Nut Box, a Tradition of the Elderly when Receiving Guests0

    Nampin or chewing betel leaves is one of the traditions that remains strong amongst Balinese elders. According to one respected elder named Ni Ketut Darma, who still chews betel leaves everyday, tradtionally the ingredients for betwel chewing are kept in a special betel nut box called pabuan or pecanangan. “When we use this box at

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