Rambut Siwi Temple

Pura (Temple) Rambut Siwi - approximately 17 km eastern of Jembrana town. It is a temple to worship God who manifest into a God of agriculture. Drops down in the southeastern part Pura Rambut siwi there is Pura Segara. This temple also called Pura Taman. Adjacent to it there is Pura Penataran. In the event, especially if there pujawali (temple anniversary/festival), those three temples are apparently in association. Pujawali held every six months on the day Buda (Wednesday)Umanis wuku Prangbakat (Balinese calender). Generally when we pray to Rambut Siwi Temple is certainly also performed worship in Pura Segara, and Pura Penataran. Rise to the top of the South-west then stands majestically Rambut Siwi temple. Noting the location of the three temples arrangement, obviously appears the temples are very old. Since before the Mpu (Priest) Kuturan teaching to develop Tri Kahyangan (Three temples) in every village in Bali, there were three types of temples in every kingdom in Bali, Pura Segara (Sea), Pura Penataran Surface), and Pura Puncak (Peak/Mountain). Pura Rambut Siwi is classified its peak (Puncak) because it is on top or on the plateau when viewed from the Pura Segara, and Pura Penataran. It symbolizes the worship of God animates Bhur Loka (Bottom), Bhuwah Loka (Surface), and Swah Loka (Top). Those three temples depicts that God exists everywhere, in the bottom, surface, and top of nature.

Legong Kraton

Courtesy of Wikipedia

Legong Kraton is one of the clasic dance in Bali and its believed to be a source of inspiration emergence of new creative dances in Bali. Legong dance is originally from Sukawati village, which is in Puri Paang Sukawati. From Sukawati legong keraton developing and spread out onto the villages in Bali such as Saba village in Puri Agung (now at Puri Taman, Saba), in Peliatan, in Bedulu, in Benoh Denpasar, and so forth. In the village of Saba, at Saba palace, according to I Gusti Gede Raka Legong Keraton already danced around the year 1911, under the direction and trainner of I Gusti Gede Oka who has a peerage "Anak Agung" in the village of Saba, which is his own grandfather.


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