The world ethnic musicians were amazed by the beauty of Tanah Lot tourist attraction. This admiration was also realized through the making of World Culture Forum inscription. It contained the invitation to all citizens of the world to preserve the ethnic music of any nation. The inscription was submitted to the Regent of Tabanan Ni Putu Eka Wiryastuti at Tanah Lot, Wednesday (Nov 27). Aside from serving as expression of admiration, the making of such inscription also posed a special gift for the 520th anniversary of Tabanan Town and the pride of Balinese people. This inscription is the first and only one in Indonesia. Submission of the inscription commenced with a suave dialogue. Then, the regent received the inscription one by one.
Tabanan County is rich in local fruits. A total of 544 units of gebogan arrangement using local fruits were paraded on Thursday (Nov 28). Due to being in large number, the length of the parade reached one kilometer. The parade was released at the regent’s office and ended at the Mario Playhouse, Tabanan. This first parade recorded in the Record Museum of Indonesia involved 288 subak organizations and farmer groups.
All fruits in use were entirely local products such as mangosteen, papaya, oranges, snakefruit, pineapple, banana and passion fruit. They were the agricultural yields originated in 10 subdistricts in Tabanan. “The parade is intended to promote local fruits of Tabanan. Our region retains a lot of quality fruit products,” said the Head of Tabanan Agriculture and Horticulture Agency, Nyoman Budana. He explained the gebogan arrangement was prepared by subak members by using their respective crops. It aimed to promote the use of local fruits.
Implementation of the Serangan Island Festival (FPPS) 2013 took place vibrantly. Various activities were held ranging from presentation of the arts, sports to culinary delights. Even, the annual event lasting for three days (Nov 14-16) could revive the local potential of Serangan Island. Sport activities became the favorite of visitors starting from decorative regatta, tug of war, mangrove tour, canoeing, community-based sanitation, green camp and other activities attractively packed. Meanwhile, at night the community could enjoy some beautiful entertainment specifically presented for the public.
After taking place for four days, the piodalan or anniversary of the Tanah Lot Temple was finally closed on Saturday (Nov 9). The anniversary falling on Buda (Wednesday) Wage, Wuku Langkir or four days after Kuningan feast day celebration was thronged by pilgrims from the entire regions in Bali. Chairman of the Tanah Lot Temple Ritual Committee, I Ketut Toya Adnyana, doubling as Operations Manager of Tanah Lot tourist attraction said the closing ceremony lasted for two hours. However, the preparations had been made from the morning.
Aside from celebrating the National Batik Day in Indonesia on October 2, at the same time the international community celebrates the International Nonviolence Day. The International Nonviolence Day is defined directly by the resolution of the United Nations General Assembly on June 15, 2007, as an expression of respect to Mahatma Gandhi to fight for India’s independence through the way of nonviolence (ahimsa). It is also celebrated by the Indian Cultural Center (ICC) marked with various activities like movie screening on the struggle of Mahatma Gandhi who successfully brought India to the independence, Wednesday (Oct 2).
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