A total of 12 pieces of relic objects were found at Taro village, Tegallalang. Certainty on the antiquities is obtained after the Gianyar Culture Agency and the Archaeological Institute of Denpasar and Cultural Heritage Preservation Agency (BPCB) of Bali conducted a research at the Penedengan Puseh Temple at local customary village.
The Head of Gianyar Culture Agency, I Gusti Ngurah Wijana, said that the finding is in the form of statue of man, using sarong with masculine knot, neck ornament, headdress and kana bracelets. The statue has a height of 36 cm, width of 15.5 cm and thickness of 10 cm. “One statue is in the form woman with non-intact condition where the waist up has been damaged,” he said.
Management of the Inna Grand Bali Beach along with the Hindu pilgrims of the Inna Grand Bali Beach paraded the ogoh-ogoh or papier mâché demon on the Pengrupukan Day, before the last Nyepi. At that time, they paraded ogoh-ogoh resembling Bhuta Kala around the hotel with the accompaniment of baleganjur gamelan music. The ogoh-ogoh attraction is enjoyed by domestic and foreign travelers, especially those staying at the Inna Grand Bali Beach. (BTN/015)
A total of 400 participants of general public, domestic and foreign travelers joined the spiritual activity entitled Yoga & Meditation: the Art of Living at the Inna Grand Bali Beach. The Art of Living Group was led by the Master Sri Sri Ravi Shankar or better known as Guruji and took place for six days (April 1-6, 2015).
Bali Museum and Jero Kuta Palace are part of the Denpasar Heritage City Tour package, and although the tour has not been officially launched yet, these two tourist attractions have already been visited by numerous domestic and foreign travelers this year. Apart from being a tourist attraction, Bali Museum is also in high demand as a venue for pre-wedding photo shoots.
Tanah Lot becomes the center of Melasti, a ritual of purification before the Nyepi of the Saka New Year 1937. A convoy of the Hindus in Bali continues to arrive in customary attires while carrying sanctified effigies toward the beach. Procession of the fascinating living culture becomes spectacle for travelers who are enjoying holiday at the tourist attraction denoting a mix of nature and culture.
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