September 27, 2018

Tari Jaran Teji Bali (Jaran Teji Dance)

Jaran Teji Dance (Tari Jaran Teji) is one of Balinese dance with the story originated from the Panji Cycle. This is a story about heroism and love focused on two figures, Raden Panji Inu Kertha Pati (Panji Asmarabangun) and Dewi Sekartaji (Dewi Chandra Kirana). Both are told as the incarnations of Kamajaya and Kamaratih on earth.

Tari Jaran Teji Bali, Jaran Teji Dance Bali

September 16, 2018

Nelayan Dance (Tari Nelayan Bali) - The Fisherman Dance of Bali

Tari Nelayan (Fisherman Dance) was created in 1960 by one of the dance artists I Ketut Merdana in Buleleng, Bali. This dance depicts the lives of fishermen with their daily activities of catching fish. The movements displayed by dancers such as pantomime in which dancers express the meaning of dance through gestures, so that it is easy to understand.

Tari Nelayan Bali, Nelayan Dance Bali, Fisherman Dance Bali

August 28, 2018

Paddy Harvest Season In Bali

Rice is one of the world's important food crops. Rice cultivation in Bali has long history trough a unique irrigation method (subak) and can still be enjoyed today. Rice and paddy cultivation have become an integral part of Balinese culture.

Paddy Harvest Season In Bali, Rice Harvest Season Bali

August 6, 2018

Geger Temple Beach Bali - Amazing Beach Bellow The Sacred Temple

Pura Geger Beach is a hidden gem, one of the best kept secret around Nusa Dua. A white sandy beach hidden at the base of the high cliff, with panoramic views of the blue sea, crystal water, dense green vegetation and tranquil atmosphere. At least this beauty remains until now, though only a little.

Pantai Pura Geger Bali, Pura Geger Beach Bali, Geger Temple Beach Bali

July 30, 2018

Soma Ribek Ceremony in Bali

Soma Ribek is celebrated as an expression of gratitude to the Creator in the manifestation as Sang Hyang Trimerta (Tri Mertha) for the abundant grace of food and beverages. The ceremony is held two days after Saraswati, precisely on Monday or Soma Pon wuku Sinta and held every 210 days (6 months in Bali Calendar).

Soma Ribek Ceremony Bali, Upacara Soma Ribek Bali