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Finding Solution for Desantara Prasada Negeri

Finding Solution for Desantara Prasada NegeriIn celebrating the 108th Puputan Badung Memorial Day, the Denpasar Municipality through the Culture Agency held a symposium entitled Parum Param in the Meeting Hall of the Inna Bali Hotel, Denpasar, Friday (Sep 19). This event involved approximately 30 experts consisting of public figures, Hindu high priests, senior royal figures, artists, historians, scientists and observers.

 
 

Nyepi Celebration at Tegallalang Village

Nyepi Celebration at Tegallalang VillageCelebrating the Çaka New Year (Nyepi) for Hindu community at Tegallalang village, Ubud village, Ubud subdistrict (Gianyar) may be different from other villages in Bali. Primarily the parade of ogoh-ogoh is held on the day before the Pengerupukan. The ogoh-ogoh in the form of a giant statue made of wood and paper was collaborated with performing arts in combination with dance and gamelan music.

 
 

Mamungkah and Padudusan Agung Ritual at Mengwi Grand Palace

Mamungkah and Padudusan Agung Ritual at Mengwi Grand PalaceBadung is never empty of ritual activities. It’s one of the features of Badung community. Related to this matter, the Regent of Badung, AA Gde Agung, buried a foundation paraphernalia or pedagingan in the family shrine of Mengwi Grand Palace (Badung County), recently. The ceremony officiated over by Ida Pedanda Putra Pemaron from Griya Sidemen was attended by local officials, the entire royal relatives across Bali, customary stakeholders of Badung County and Blambangan, Banyuwangi County (East Java), subjects of Mengwi Palace.

 
 

Last “Pelebon” Using 11 stories “bade”

After going through a long preparation “Pelebon” or cremation ceremony for the third wife of Klungkung’s King was carried out on Sunday, June 26. The ritual attracted thousands of people. It is not only because the ceremony quite rare but also it will be the last kind of ritual. The cremation of Ida I Dewa Agung Istri Putra wis the last ceremony which used 11 stories “bade”, the place to carry the corpse to the cemetery.  The “pelebon” was carried out in Klungkung cross road or called Catus Pata.
The elder in Puri Agung Klungkung explained the procession was started by circling the Catus Pata three times. Then, the body was placed in the “Bade” using “tagtag” stairs made from bamboos. After that, the elders of the puri came up the other ceremonies equipments made before such as Tjokorda Bagus Oka and Tjokorda Surya Putra went up to the bade while Tjokorda Alit Putra and Tjokorda Gede Putra rode the “Naga Banda”, the holy dragon, Tjokorda Gde Agung, Tjokorda Bobi Tanaya and Tjokorda Mayun Putra rode the “Lembu”, holy cow.

 
 

Royal Cremation at Ubud Grand Palace

Royal Cremation at Ubud Grand Palace 1Cremation or ngaben is a common ritual organized by Balinese Hindu community. However, the cremation taking place at Ubud Grand Palace is relatively different. In addition to being unique, the royal cremation performed by the descendants of the royal family draws many local people and foreign travelers. Cremation belongs to Pitri Yajna or a ceremony devoted to ancestral spirits as an obligation to the ancestors of the Hindus. It aims at cleansing the spirit of the deceased person by cremation at cemetery. For a royal family, the cremation generally has the same meaning. The difference only lies in the tradition as referring to the concept of desa (place), kala (time) and patra (situation).

 
 

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