Once A Year Ceremony In Bali will Celebrate in Mother Temple

Welcome to Bali!

Bali has always doing their activities by ceremony. Well now i would like to inform a little bit about the ceremony will celebrate every year in Mother Temple in Bali. The most of Hindu’s people in Bali will come and pray to Besakih Temple at that ceremony. Here is the Betara Turun Kabeh Ceremony.

 At the peak of the Ida Batara Turun Kabeh or congregation of the god ceremony, at the Penataran Agung of Besakih, Karangasem, abundant pilgrims flocked to say prayers. From the morning before the peak, pilgrims already worshipped alternately led by local priest. Meanwhile, the peak of the ngusaba kadasa was officiated over by eight higher priests. Six of them say prayers at elephant pavilion accompanied by the coordinator Ida Dalem Semaraputra and two others at paselang pavilion.

Besakih Temple is the center for Hindu religious ceremonies. In this temple is held the Ida Bhatara Turun Kabeh ceremony every year, Panca Bali Krama every ten years and Eka Dasa Rudra every one hundred years. Implementation of the Ida Bhatara Turun Kabeh falls on the full moon of the tenth month in Balinese calendar. Besakih Temple is a source of spiritual purity and safety for the Hindus. The mains building in Besakih Temple are the Padma Tiga shrines. They are located in the Penataran Agung Besakih. They consist of three units of Padmasana shrine standing on a single altar. Here is location of the Ida Bhatara Turun Kabeh ceremony.

According to various sources, the Padma Tiga shrines located in the Besakih Temple are used to venerate the Tri Purusha consisting of the Shiva, Sadha Shiva, and Parama Shiva (God Almighty). Padmasana is built on an altar or yoni. Padmasana is the shrine functioned as the abode of God Almighty. The word padmasana is derived from the word padma and asana. Padma means lotus and asana means a seat or throne.

Well, that ceremony will be celebrate this year and if you like to join and want to see the Betara Turun Kabeh Ceremony in Besakih Temple. Join with us. Happy Holiday!


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