Makepung or the buffalo race -a unique tradition in Jembrana, is always interesting to watch. Virtually every week the community of Jembrana witnesses the race, and yet they never get bored of it. People from outside the region even from other countries have become addicted to the spectacle.
In the purity of the tradition and in the heart of Bali, was destined to be born Ida-Resi, a Balinese High Priestess, a woman who came to bring change and remind the land and its people of the energies that flow through the land. She came from a traditional Balinese family in the outskirts of the village of Bangli, a peasant family of the land, a family that, as with all the people of Bali, has a magical connection to the divine realms.Her vision is to help the people connect to their heart and as she heals their connection to their roots she removes what keeps them from being whole, complete, in oneness with the love.
The Buleleng Festival (Bulfest) taking place on August 4-8, 2015, is held at the monument of the Singa Ambara Raja, Singaraja, Buleleng, with the theme Gurmitaning Den Bukit. It has the meaning ‘roaring sound of music in Buleleng County’ and aims at exploring traditional music to modern music owned by Buleleng.
Denpasar Municipality in cooperation with the International Bali Tourism Institute (STPBI) Denpasar held a one-day seminar with the theme “Professional Certification and Business Certification towards the Competent Denpasar City.” The one-day seminar aims to build commitment of the tourism players in Denpasar to perform business certification and professional certification for its employees. The seminar was opened by Mayor of Denpasar, I.B. Rai Dharmawijaya Mantra, Thursday (Jul. 30), at the Hotel Harris Tjokroaminoto, Denpasar.
Recently, the Cahya Art Studio under the direction of Ketut Lanus performed at Wantilan Hall of the Bali Art Center as part of the Bali Arts Festival (BAF) 2015. They performed a new creations that was creative, multicultural and full of teachings on human goodness. The play of musical tones and dance movement not only revealed the beauty of the soul, but also served as media in providing education about life. The dances used a variety of cultural references including nuances of Christian churches, the Buddhist temple spirit and Hinduism with its fundamental basis in presentation.
Page 1 of 69
Unique Tradition always pleases Makepung or the buffalo race -a unique tradition in Jembrana, is…