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06
January
Purnama Sasih Kapitu
This day is the seventh full moon in the Balinese lunar system, some temples ceremonies are held within:
Pura Banua Besakih (Ngusaba Ngeed)
Pura Dalem Desa Camenggaon Sukawati
Pura di Pucak Gunung Mangun, Tianyar, Kubu - Karangasem
Pura Pingit Klenting Sari, Br. Sumber Klampok Grogak - Singaraja.
Pura Gunungrene - Sidemen, Karangasem
Dewa Gede Kemulan - Bulian - Buleleng
Pura Sang Bukit - Desa Bondalem – Buleleng
08
January
Sugian Jawa
Some specific offerings, such as banten pereresik, canang buratwangi, canang raka, etc are put in the family shrines, whereas God of ancestors are mainly worshipped to ask for properity and peace. However, this special day is celebrated only by the Balinese Hindus whom their ancestors were came from the Majapahit Kingdom in East Java that gained it glorious age at around 14th century. Several temple festivals are held along the day, among others:
Pura Kawitan Tangkas Kori Agung di Desa Tangkas - Klungkung
Pura Siang Kanging Tampuagan Peninjauan - Tembuku - Bangli
Odalan Ida Ratu Mas di Penataran Agung - Besakih
Odalan Ida Bhatara Bang Tulus Dewa, Besakih
Pura Puseh Bungkulan Satrya - Buleleng
Pura Pedarman Arya Kepakisan Dauh Baleagung Besakih
09
January
Sugian Bali
During this day specific offerings, among others Banten pereresik, canang buratwangi, canang raka, etc are put in the family shrines, whereas God of ancestors are mainly worshipped to ask for properity and peace. This special day is celebrated only by the Balinese Hindus whom their ancestors were the pure Balinese (known as: Bali Aga). Temple ceremonies will be held at:
Pura Segara Buleleng
Merajan Kori Agung Galiran - Buleleng
Pura Guru Hyang Sangsit - Buleleng
Paibon Ki Pasek Kubayan - Bondalem – Buleleng
13
January
Penampahan Galungan
The Bhuta Yadnya Ritual is carried out within this day. Domestican animals, mostly pigs are slaughtered symbolically to destroy the bad behaviours of human being, and clean up the body and soul to welcome the victory day of Galungan the day after.
13 January 2004
January
Penampahan Galungan
The Bhuta Yadnya Ritual is carried out within this day. Domestican animals, mostly pigs are slaughtered symbolically to destroy the bad behaviours of human being, and clean up the body and soul to welcome the victory day of Galungan the day after.
14 January 2004
January
Buda Kliwon Dunggulan (Galungan)
Galungan is very important religious celebrations for Balinese Hindus. The Galungan festivity marks the victory of dharma (order) over adharma (disorder). According to the local legend, centuries ago, Bali came to be ruled by a cruel, godless tyrant named Mayadenawa, who banned religious festivals, tore down temples and punished anyone caught worshipping their Hindu Gods.
Balinese Hindus put offerings in family shrines and the community temples, while some temple festivals also carried out within:
Pura Bagus Subandar - Besakih.
Pura Dukuh Sakti, Desa Dukuh - Tabanan
15 January 2004
January
Umanis Galungan
The day after Galungan, known as Manis Galungan is a time for visiting friends and relatives and the roads are usually packed with cars and motorcycles. Balinese Hindus save prayer at the family shrines, while some temple festivals also carried out at:
Pura Watukaru Tabanan.
Pura Lempuyang Luhur, Karangasem
Pura Kentel Gumi, Klungkung
Pura Pasek Gaduh Umadesa, Kediri - Tabanan
Pura Pasek Kubayan Wangaya Gede, Penebel - Tabanan
17 January 2004
January
Pemaridan Guru Day
This blessed day is believed as a perfect moment for Balinese Hindus to save prayer, expressing gratitude to God Almighty for all things given, while keep asking for guardian, peace, and prosperity all through lifetime and after. Temple ceremonies at:
Pura Segara - Jembrana
Pura Dalem Gde Losan Klungkung
18 January 2004
January
Ulihan Day
During this day, it is believed that the Gods and Goddesses are back to their kingdom in heaven after blessing the world in Galungan Day. On this day, Hindu followers put offerings in the family shrines, while also saving prayers for prosperity and bless. Temple anniversary celebration at:
Pura Dalem Tegal Tamu Sekarmurti - Batubulan
Pura Kubayan Umagunung, Sempidi - Badung
20 January 2004
January
Prawanining Tilem Kapitu (Siwaratri)
This day is the seventh dark moon based on the Balinese lunar calendar system, also known as the Siwaratri or the Night of Siwa. The celebration of Siwaratri day is marked by the Brata (self restriction) of Siwaratri, this includes: Jagra (staying awake all night long), Upawasa (fasting), Monabrata (restricting speech) as well as giving ‘punia’ (religious funds) to the priests and the poor people.
21 January 2004
January
Tilem Sasih Kapitu
This is the seventh dark moon within the Balinese lunar calendar system, in which the temples ceremonies are mostly held in every major temples and also the family shrines around the island of Bali. Specifically some ritual ceremonies are carried out in various foremost temples of the islands, among others:
Pura Ulun Kulkul Besakih
Pura Banua Kawan Besakih (Ngusaba Buluh)
24 January 2004
January
Kuningan Day
Kuningan occurs ten days after Galungan and commemorates the return of the Pitaras (Holy ancestors) and Gods to Khayangan after 10 days of celebrating the victory day of in Galungan Ritual ceremonies is held during the early hours so that it will be completed by 12.00 noon. You can attend some temple festivals in:
Pura Dalem Puri, Besakih
Pura Taman Pule, Mas - Ubud
Pura Ularan, Takmung - Klungkung
Pura Bukit Jati, Gulingan - Kawan - Bangli
Pura Dalem, Desa Guang - Sukawati
Pura Sadha - Kapal, Badung
Pura Sakenan, Serangan - Denpasar Selatan
Pura Pekedungan - Kediri - Tabanan
Pura Pasek Gaduh - Grokgak Gde- Tabanan
Pura Dalem Sanding - Tampaksiring
Pura dalem Agung Sri Nararya Kresna Kepakisan, Br. Dukuh - Gelgel – Klungkung
30 January 2004
January
Goddess Sri Day
Some temples ceremonies carried out in family shrines as well as in some community major temples. The Goddess Sri Day also occurs on this day. Offerings and prayers are devoted to Goddess Sri as the Master of Rice. This special day mostly celebrated by the farmers, in which the offerings placed in the shrines made in the ricefields, asking for good harvest, while in common, the Balinese Hindus place offerings in their family shrines within the day, praying for prosperity.

 

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