Nyepi (Silent Day)

Nyepi comes from a lonely word silent. The Nyepi day is actually a celebration of the Hindu New Year based on the Caka calendar, which began in 78 CE. Unlike the New Year’s celebration, Saka New Year in Bali begins with a pull off. No activity as usual. All activities are excluded, including public service, such as International Airport is closed, but not for hospitals. The main purpose of Nyepi Day is to plead before the one true God, to…

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Legong traditional dance

Legong is a group of classical Balinese dances that have a very complex motion your that is tied to the structure of the accompaniment that is said to be an influence of the gambuh. The word Legong derives from the word “leg” which means dance moves that are supple or flexible and “gong ” which means gamelan. “Legong ” thus contains the meaning of a bound dance motion (especially its accent) by the gamelan that surrounds it. Gamelan is used…

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Tampaksiring

Tampaksiring one from many villages in central Bali, Gianyar Regency, Indonesia. it’s the place to the Gunung Kawi Temple and anthropology ancient site and also the Senang Hati Foundation. The word “Tampak” in Balinese means that foot, whereas “Siring” means that Oblique. in keeping with the legend the slope of the mountain wherever the city stands nowadays, was created by footsteps of a king named Mayadenawa. Tampaksiring was additionally one amongst the key kingdom throughout Bali’s pre-colonial amount. The city…

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