Facilities Yadnya in Bali: Porosan PDF Print E-mail

 Banten BERYADNYA by dedicating each day or on holy days have become a tradition in Bali, is the embodiment of Vedic teachings and can be implemented all the faithful. The practice of Hindu religion is based on three framework Tattwa Hinduism namely, Tata Susila and Ceremony. In practice, all three must be done together. Making banten and the ceremony, if not based on religious literature, was not accompanied by the ethics ceremony will not be perfect. "Upakara means the ingredients to make banten and also meant as a means yadnya banten. Yadnya procedures of the ceremony is called, and the ceremony takes a variety of facilities and infrastructure ". Conceptually, the components of the ceremony drew the elements of art and culture as one of complementarity. Banten many divisions ranging from the simplest to banten which consists of several sections that look complicated and complex.

Starting from the simplest form of offerings, divided into several types such as canang ; canang genten, canang gantal , canang burat wangi, canang tubungan, canang Pawitra, canang sari, canang nyahnyah gringsing, canang pangrawos , canang pasucian, canang yasa, canang rebong, canang oyodan, cane, and other meraka canting.In the canang-making is very important porosan use and may not be removed. Peparosan made of betel leaf, lime, gambier leaves and betel nuts. Box in the ancient times is given in honor of the guests. Even until now betel has significance in a ceremony in Bali and also was presented to the guests.

Porosan is a symbol of Tri Murti. Betel as a symbol of Lord Vishnu, chalk/lime symbol of the god Iswara or symbol of Shiva and nut as a symbol of Brahma. Besides banten, also used the kwangen in the temple ceremony. Kwangen is Ongkara symbol, to worship Ida Sang Hyang Widhi as gods in the form of Ista Ardanareswari. Thus porosan very important in making banten as a means of ceremony in Bali because it has very important meaning in the Hindu religion.