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Spoke about the cultural customs and beliefs of a region was not to last forever, each having indigenous and culturally diverse and very unique, custom and culture that developed in a very strong area influenced by a belief or a belief, inherited his ancestors were hereditary, and most of the trust they earn from the ancestral form of fairy tales, stories about the stories laced with the teachings of their religion, the story also conveyed messages about the order and rules in conducting the religious life.
There is also a tale of a story or delivered, includes the figures as they admired it, and these figures as a character disimbulkan representing character traits of good and bad, with the goal of keeping the faithful in their belief that there can be more easily understand the teaching delivered. To mempekuat growing confidence in each race, dikukuhkanlah events in the story becomes a mandatory event to remember or be remembered, be a warning to the religious ceremony is very sacred.
And this method was proven to be able to be absorbed and lasted continuously until the present.
"Galungan AND KUNINGAN", this holiday was one of the biggest holidays celebrated in particular Hindus in Bali. For the general public outside Bali must be many who still do not know about this holiday. Simply increase knowledge and enrich the cultural kasanah our archipelago, I need to share it ceritak about what and how this holiday can happen. Many believe that the story of this holiday is a myth, but some are saying that this holiday is a historical event that can be proven through historical relics in the form of tablets.
Interesting indeed, this ceremony was quite unique, and has lots of mysteries no less than the customary order of Hindu culture and beliefs that developed in Bali, ceremony and governance from upakaranya Galungan and Kuningan events, such as a term "caru" which is the basis of every ceremony held in Bali. In outline Galungan and Kuningan ceremonies is a reminder of a very historic day in which the power of darkness which is the symbol of evil can be destroyed, and destroyed by the forces of good.

Posted by Adith Dith Monday, March 24, 2008 0 comments

The wedding ceremony is a very authoritative moment in the journeying of human life, not much another from most regions passim the world who have a culture. The wedding ceremony is very precious in the eyes, as important as the ceremonials such as birth and demise.
Therefore, many of whom are hoping that the wedding was held just as much as imaginable one time in his life.
Wedding ceremony in Bali is called the ceremony "Mesakapan or Pewiwahan", which means to unite the two different types of human beings, who loved each other into a very sacred bond.
For most people in Bali of course this is very in apprehension, because it is part of the observance which included the briny ceremonial groupings in order istiadatnya habitual.
But no matter, I tell you this once more with the intention that the cultural beauty of this custom, also can be understood by the general public, at least they can enjoy the meaning behindhand the beauty in the structure of the subsisting cultural custom.

Posted by Adith Dith Monday, March 17, 2008 0 comments

Hindu spiritual people of Bali, but they are identical different faiths with Hindus in India. Balinese Hindu community of interests worship the god of Tri Murti Brahma, Shiva and Vishnu, which is a small actuate of the supreme Lord of catch Widi. Indian Hindu god dwell others like Ganesha (the elephant-headed god) also idolised but more seldom. A large enshrine to Bali to be singular. Balinese people strongly believe in the magic and power of the spirit and most religions are based on this belief. They believed that good spirits inhabit the mountains and the sea is habitation to demons and giants. Most of the villages in Bali, have at least 3 main temples: one, temple or temple Puseh Ancestors, overlooking the mountains, the early is the village temple, often can be constitute in the middle of the village, and the last is the synagogue palace, parallel to the sea and is signified to the spirits of the lifeless. In addition to pretend this village, almost every mansion has their own temple. Some temples, Pura Besakih example, on the slopes of Mount Agung, believed to be the most sacred temple and people from all over Bali to worship there.

Offering a meaning role in Balinese society, they think it will have the enduringness and bring prosperity and health for the whole family. Each day, small oblations (Canang Sari) of food, flowers, tobacco and cigarettes in the shrine dihaturkan of the Temple, outside houses and shops and even at dangerous crossroads.

Celebration is another great opportunity to worship God. Women convey a series of high pyramid-shaped consisting of food, fruit, and flowers on their heads while men perform blood sacrifice through a cockfight. There are traditional dances and music and the gods invited dispirited to attend this solemnisation. Celebrations ordinarily an opportunity that is very interesting and very useful to see if you were at that place.

Posted by Adith Dith Sunday, March 9, 2008 0 comments

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