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  • Mouse Cremation at Bedha Village, How Does the Ceremony Look Like?

    Mouse Cremation at Bedha Village, How Does the Ceremony Look Like?0

    Bali Island retains a number of unique things. For instance, Balinese people have a tradition of fighting against mouse pests. Dubbed as the rice granary region of ​​Bali, Tabanan district surely has an extensive agricultural land. A number of challenges are often faced by local farmers. For instance, mouse attack threatens the yields of agricultural

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  • Traditional Games, an Application of Hindu Teachings

    Traditional Games, an Application of Hindu Teachings0

    Traditional games look very simple. They always dwell on nature and get very close to the habits existing in the local social environment. This type of game seems to have no limit because almost all places can be used as a playground. This ancient game has many benefits such as learning sportsmanship, honesty, discipline and

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  • Nyambutin Ritual, first time baby’s feet touch the earth

    Nyambutin Ritual, first time baby’s feet touch the earth0

    Balinese Hindus commonly practice a number of different rituals as expressions of gratitude for the graces bestowed upon them by God. The nyambutin series of rituals make up one such ceremony that is conducted with sincerity for babies with the hope of having grace bestowed upon the family. As Jro Mangku Nurata explained, while officiating

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  • Sesarin Canang, from Folded Betel Leaf to Banknotes

    Sesarin Canang, from Folded Betel Leaf to Banknotes0

    Sesarin canang as an expression of people’s gratitude to God is often found in canang (oblation) offered by people when saying prayers. Nowadays, most people use banknotes placed on the canang sari. Sesari in the form of banknotes are rampantly used recently. When viewed from the development of times, the money used keeps changing in

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  • Galungan Day: Defeat Kalatiga, Strengthen Awareness

    Galungan Day: Defeat Kalatiga, Strengthen Awareness1

    Galungan and Kuningan are feast days of the Hindus. Galungan falling every six months (210 days) or every Buda Kliwon Dungulan, Wednesday (Nov. 1), while Kuningan falls every Saniscara Kliwon Kuningan, Saturday (Nov. 11). In the Sundarigama palm-manuscript is mentioned that celebration of Galungan and Kuningan symbolizes the victory of dharma (truth) against adharma (untruth),

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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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