May 2nd, Saraswati Day, is a traditional Balinese holiday to celebrate the day when knowledge is given by God through the beautiful goddess Saraswati. Like many Balinese holidays, Saraswati day is held every six months (210 days), on Saturday of Watugunung (the last week in the Balinese calendar system) and is celebrated all over Bali. The day is celebrated by making offerings and praying at home, in temples, schools and offices. The Balinese also put offerings on their books and scriptures due to books and scriptures being classic sources of knowledge. Some people celebrate it by praying and singing holy songs and spells from Hindus Scriptures all night in the temple or in their house.
Two days after Saraswati Day, on Soma (or Monday), Pon, Wuku Sinta, is Soma Ribek day. Today is Soma Pon Wuku Sinta, called Soma Ribek. "Soma" meaning Monday, and "Ribek" meaning full. According to Sundari Gama Papyrus (Sinar Agama) or Light of Religion, on this day Sang Hyang Tri Murti Mrtha (three Gods which deity of the balinese life) doing yoga with mow (the place of paddy and rice) as its place. On this day, Balinese in Tanah Lot bring offerings to the rice box. They thank God for food and beverage in their lives and pray to Dewi Sri (Goddess of prosperity, manifestation of God) to give prosperity.