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"Bija" symbol of Holy Seed PDF Print E-mail

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"Mawija" or "Mabija" done after we have holy water (tirtha) from the priest at the temple that representing the last step of ceremony. "Wija" or "Bija" is a rice seed that washed by clean water or sandalwood water. Sometimes also mixed with turmeric that have yellow color so that named "Bija Kuning". Wija or Bija is symbol of "Kumara" that is the children of "Bathara Siwa". Intrinsically, Kumara mean seed of "Siwa" which stay in each human being. Mawija have meaning developing seed of "Siwa" in each human being. That seed will be able to grow and expand if its farm cleanness and holy.In each human being, there are nature of deity and nature of giant called "Daivi Sampat" and "Asuri Sampat". Growing the seed of Siwa mean growing nature of deity so that can overcome nature of giant. 

 

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The Daily Life of Tanah Lot People PDF Print E-mail

The Tanah Lot people, especially those who follow the Hindu religion, are a unique people. There uniqueness is event more apparent when it is adapted to the lifestyle of the third millennium. As a krama, or as a member of a village attending a traditional meeting in the village, a Tanah Lot people can appear ‘nyaput’, wearing their traditional costume, even is just previously, they may have been in a meeting business partner, wearing neck-ties and suit in an exlusive hotel. It is also normal for a supple, beautiful tanah lot girl, who dances at the banjar or at the temple, or even in a hotel could have been panting the wall of the building, or selling marchandise at the market in sweatpants, that same afternoon.

From examples like these, it may seem as if the people of tanah lot live with two diferent personalities. But, in reality, they look at this as a way a carrying out there daily life, or as an effort in cultivating their karma. Tingkah manut swadarma, or conduct according to one’s position, is a teaching that is held strongly by most tanah lot people in carrying out there karma. Because of this, it is very possible that a girl who works as a shopkeeper, whose existence is nothing significant amongst the crowd in te market, may be the centre of attention as a dancer of the Rejang at the time of worship in a ritual held at the temple

 

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