Bali with its unique community and culture is certainly not a new growing migration area. The daily life of the Balinese with a variety of cultures that always displays the color of local culture and shows that Bali travel has passed the long history plot. Archaeological findings on the area of Bali prove the long journey of the island of Bali along with other regions and countries.
As with other regions in Nusantara, Masamasa early community life in Bali is classified as pre history. In prehistoric times this was not found the records Describing the community life order. The reference is the findings of various equipment used as a means of supporting the survival of Balinese people at that.
From the findings of the pre history, the pre-history of Bali-as with most other regions-encompassing three rounds of cultural level. The first layer is the life period that rests on the hunting culture. With the simple tools of the stone material, the legacy found in the Sembiran area in northern Bali and the Batur region, Bali’s people are expected to survive. Relics Similar equipment, using bone material, is found in the Selonding cave in the area of Bulit, Badung south. This shows that the hunting period through long enough times is accompanied by an increasingly improved mindset.
Still based on the findings of ancient objects, it was shot that Bali began to leave the hunting period and entered at the time of planting. Even though it has entered a more patterned lifestyle at planting time, the Balinese people at that time were ensured to live in the move. Various similar relics are found as loose findings In the various areas of West Bali, North Bali and southern Bali. The living setting with the settlement pattern is believed to be the transition of Balinese human order from pre history to historical times. Ancient relics in the form of bronze Nekara and various goods from metal material in Pejeng area, Gianyar proves that the word has been formed a more structured community order.
In the period of prehistoric transition to the history of Hindu influences from India that entered into Indonesia is estimated to give a strong boost to the culture in Bali. This transition period is called the Bali period Between the 8th and 13th centuries that underwent a change of Again due to Majapahit influence that intends to unite the archipelago through Palapa Gajah Mada oath in the early 13th century. Intend to unite the archipelago through Palapa Gajah Mada oath in the early 13th century. The governance and community structure were adjusted following the pattern of Majapahit rule. The conflict of local Balinese culture of ancient and Javanese Hindu culture of Majapahit in the form of rejection Pendududuk Bali raises various resistance in various areas in Bali. Slowly and definitively, with the efforts of adjusting and mixing both sides, Bali managed to find a pattern of culture that corresponds to Society’s mindset and the natural condition of Bali. This Model customisation may then form the Society and culture of Bali that inherited now become unique and distinctive, absorbing elements of Hindu and Javanese Majapahit but thick with local colors. The pattern of Bali’s cultural development in subsequent times, colonial era and independence period, naturally follows the same plot of receiving an outer influence that is melting into the color of the local culture.