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What’s on in Bali
Bali island is well known for its unique and uncomparable culture tradition from its ancient days. From annual Bali Art festival, Bali Mekepung in Jembrana, Pandan War in Tenganan,, Kite Festival, Omed-Omedan or Kissing festival, Ngaben cremation ceremony to the world most famous Ogoh-Ogoh parade to welcome mystical of NYEPI Day.
Purnama1 OCTOBER 2020
As known, the majority of people is Hinduism in Bali Island. In Bali, there is a holy day which is celebrated every month, namely Purnama. The rituals are performed at certain times. The word Purnama comes from the word "full" which means perfect, complete, and infinite. The worship intended at the full moon is aimed to Sanghyang Candra, and Sanghyang Ketu as the god of brilliance to invoke perfection and holy light from Ida Sanghyang Widhi Wasa in various forms of Ista Dewata. Usually on this full moon holy day, the Hindus offer offerings of fruit, food and flowers, visiting the local temple, as well as praying.
Tumpek Krulut31 OCTOBER, 2020
Tumpek Krulut is interpreted as a worship of God as its manifestation as God Iswara who has created the sacred voice of percussion and gamelan. Krulut comes from the word "lulut" which means bond or chain. Therefore, Tumpek Krulut is a ceremony performed as a form of affection towards the instruments of art in the form of gamelan or tetabuhan held every six months.