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November Highlights in Tanah Lot PDF Print E-mail

tipeNovember 7, Purnama Kelima, or full moon in Bali is always a special day for ceremonies and festivities. Hundreds of temples all over the island celebrate their anniversary on a specific full moon each year. Since full moon is also considered as an auspicious day, hundreds of ceremonies are held in all corner of the island on this sacred day.

November 12, Budha Kliwon Gumbreg,  is a reocccuring auspicious day to pray for protection and a long and healthy life. At this day, which is also known as the Sang Hyang Ayu or Sang Hyang Nirmala Jati cleansing day, the Balinese Hindus pray for protection of the household and the entire world including all creatures that inhabit it. The ceremony is performed at the kumulan shrine of the family temple and the plankiran (wall temple) of the bedroom. The following sesajen are offered, a canang reresik wangi-wangian, a canang yasa, kernbang pepayasan, pusapa harum, asap dupa astanggi.

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Bojog-Bojogan Sambuk: The unique Souvenir from Tanah Lot PDF Print E-mail

 Bojog-bojogan Sambuk, is a doll-shaped bojog (monkey) made from coconut fibers. This merchandise is one of the souvenirs that can be found in stores in the Tanah Lot. This art merchandise only exist at Tanah Lot Beraban village. The maker of bojog-bojogan Sambuk in Tanah Lot only in banjar Batugaing Beraban. This merchandise already famous until foreign country.

Bojog-bojogan Sambuk made from coconuts that have been dry and contains no water. And coconut is formed or carved to resemble a monkey. Bojog-bojogan sambuk usually made in different sizes and styles or poses a monkey. For the eye made from the white shells that were slightly dark color so that the shape of the eye. Shells can be found on the beach of Tanah Lot.

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