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Bali is one of the 33 provinces of Indonesia. The capital of province isDenpasar. With a population recorded as 3,891,428 ...
Banten
One of the most striking things about Bali is the daily preparation of small,colorful gifts for the Hindu pantheon called ...
Banten are gifts to the gods (and the demons). They provide good karma tothose involved in their preparation. The Balinese...
Bali is so popular with its „banten‟(means in the Balinese worship which isusually made from young coconut leavesand conta...
There are many kinds of „banten‟, hundreds might be. It is so amazing that the oldpeople are able to remember those kinds ...
Actually the „banten‟ itself hasspiritual     meaning.       So,„banten‟ is a symbol to remindthe Balinese on the spiritua...
At the time of making banten, purity and peace ofmind to stay awake. For example no harsh word, notin a sad or upset, and ...
the Bali Starling (Leucopsar rothschildi).
The kris or keris is anasymmetrical dagger moststrongly associated with theculture of Indonesia, but alsoindigenous     to...
Jennifer Lawson            temple offeringBali rituals and celebrations.
Bali shadow theater wayang
The Bali Kite Festival is an annual international kite festivalheld in July in Padang Galak area, Sanur Beach, Bali.
Text : Internet                                                                                    Pictures: Nicoleta Leu ...
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One of the most striking things about Bali is the daily preparation of small, colorful gifts for the Hindu pantheon called banten. These offerings give a unique characteristic to Balinese’s religious practices, something that is unmistakably Balinese.

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  3. 3. Bali is one of the 33 provinces of Indonesia. The capital of province isDenpasar. With a population recorded as 3,891,428 in the 2010census, the island is home to most of Indonesias Hindu minority. It isalso the largest tourist destination in the country and is renowned forits highly developed arts, including traditional and modern dance,sculpture, painting, leather, metalworking, and music. Bali, a touristhaven for decades, has seen a further surge in tourist numbers inrecent years.Bali, o insulă mică din Indonezia, între insulele Java, Sumatra şiLombok, este una dintre cele mai mari atracţii turistice din lume. Mareamajoritate a populaţiei practică hinduismul balinez iar insula esterenumită prin templele, ceremonialurile religioase şi dansurile sale
  4. 4. Banten
  5. 5. One of the most striking things about Bali is the daily preparation of small,colorful gifts for the Hindu pantheon called banten. These offerings give aunique characteristic to Balinese‟s religious practices, something that isunmistakably Balinese.Banten are usually made from woven young coconut leaves as container andthe contents are fruits, flowers, leaves, betel vine, cakes, coins and someincense sticks.Unul dintre obiceiurile cele mai uimitoare din Bali este pregătirea zilnică amicilor ofrande colorate destinate panteonului hindus, numite banten. Acesteofrande constituie o caracteristică unică şi inconfundabilă a practicilorreligioase balineze.Coşuleţele pentru banten sunt de obicei făcute dintr-o împletitură de frunzetinere de cocotier iar conţinutul sunt fructe, flori, frunze, frunze de betel, ţigări,prăjituri, monede şi beţişoare parfumate.
  6. 6. Banten are gifts to the gods (and the demons). They provide good karma tothose involved in their preparation. The Balinese Hindu considers Banten asthe mean to get connected with their Gods. Offerings are a means of givingsomething back (The offerings to the demons are a request to stay or goaway).Banten sunt ofrande aduse zeilor (dar şi demonilor). Ele asigură o karmabună pentru cei implicaţi în pregătirea lor. Hinduşii din Bali consideră căbanten asigură legătura cu zeii. Aceste ofrande sunt un mijloc de a da înapoiceva. (Ofrandele pentru demoni pot fi rugăminţi pentru a rămâne sau pleca).
  7. 7. Bali is so popular with its „banten‟(means in the Balinese worship which isusually made from young coconut leavesand contains fruits, flowers, leaves, betelvine, cakes, and sesari – a little moneyas an offering).Bali este atât de cunoscut şi popular cuaceste banten (care în cultul balinez suntofrandele făcute de obicei în micicoşuleţe din frunze tinere de cocotierîmpletite, conţinând fructe, flori, frunzede betel, prăjituri, şi uneori sesari – omică sumă simbolică de bani).
  8. 8. There are many kinds of „banten‟, hundreds might be. It is so amazing that the oldpeople are able to remember those kinds of „banten‟ for each different ceremonymeanwhile most of the young Balinese generations do not understand on „banten‟and everything related on it. That‟s why this sentence appears; “It‟s quite difficult tobe a Balinese, isn‟t it?”Există nenumărate tipuri de Banten, poate câteva sute. Este uimitor că bătrânii suntcapabili să-şi amintească fiecare fel de banten care se cuvine pentru o anumităceremonie şi în acelaşi timp cei din generaţiile tinere din Bali nu mai înţeleg nimic dinbanten şi din tot ce este legat pe el. De aceea apare această întrebare „E destul degreu să fii balinez, nu-i aşa?"
  9. 9. Actually the „banten‟ itself hasspiritual meaning. So,„banten‟ is a symbol to remindthe Balinese on the spiritualvalues. But with the passingof the time the spiritual valueswhich are contained in„banten‟ is forgotten. Onlysymbols are left.De fapt, banten în sine are osemnificație spirituală. Caurmare banten devine unsimbol pentru a reamintihinduşilor din Bali valorilespirituale. Dar, odată cutrecerea timpului valorilespirituale cuprinse în bantensunt uitate şi rămâne doarsimbolul.
  10. 10. At the time of making banten, purity and peace ofmind to stay awake. For example no harsh word, notin a sad or upset, and not being cuntaka(menstruation or a family member who died).În timpul confecţionării ofrandelor numite banten,puritatea şi pacea minţii sunt foarte importante. Deexemplu, nici un cuvânt aspru nu poate fi rostit, nupoţi fi trist sau supărat, nu poţi fi cuntaka (lamenstruaţie sau având un membru de familie care amurit de curând)
  11. 11. the Bali Starling (Leucopsar rothschildi).
  12. 12. The kris or keris is anasymmetrical dagger moststrongly associated with theculture of Indonesia, but alsoindigenous to Malaysia,Thailand and Brunei.The kris handle or hilt (hulukeris) is the object of art, oftencarved in meticulous detailsand made from variousmaterials; precious rare typesof wood to gold or ivory.In 2005, UNESCO gave thetitle Masterpiece of the Oraland Intangible Heritage ofHumanity to the kris ofIndonesia. In return, UNESCOurged Indonesia to preservetheir heritageRichly decorated Balinese krishilt coated with gold, adornedwith rubies
  13. 13. Jennifer Lawson temple offeringBali rituals and celebrations.
  14. 14. Bali shadow theater wayang
  15. 15. The Bali Kite Festival is an annual international kite festivalheld in July in Padang Galak area, Sanur Beach, Bali.
  16. 16. Text : Internet Pictures: Nicoleta Leu & Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Arangement: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasandaSound: Gamelan of Peliatan - Dancers of Bali – Legong - Lagu Condong - Pengipuk

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