UPACARA NGUSABHA DALEM DI PURA DALEM PINGIT DESA PAKRAMAN TARO KAJA KECAMATAN TEGALLALANG KABUPATEN GIANYAR (Perspektif Teologi Hindu)

Ni Made Suwarni

Abstract


The island of Bali is one of the world-famous island, the island is known for a wide variety of cultures and customs bernafaskan Bali Hindu religion for the majority Hindu population and Hinduism there are teachings in the Tri Rna. For Hindus in Bali Tri Rna teachings implementation in practice is carried out through various activities of religious rituals one is god yajna with various ceremonies. Pakraman Taro Kaja has regularly conducted the ceremony every year called Ngusabha Dalem ceremony. The ceremony NgusabhaDalem has a uniqueness of ceremonies others conducted in Pakraman Taro because the ceremony is not using Panca Gita as well as facilities and infrastructures used in ceremonies NgusabhaDalem is also quite unique can be demonstrated in performing the dance rejang used a cow to do that drawn by people in Pakraman Taro Kaja. The background of the problems can be formulated as follows: How procession ceremony at PuraDalemDalemNgusabhaPingitPakraman Taro Kaja, District Tegallalang, Gianyar? What function Ngusabha ceremony at Pura Dalem Dalem Pingit Pakraman Taro Kaja, District Tegallalang, Gianyar? What is the meaning of the ceremony  atPura Dalem Pingit Dalem Ngusabha Pingit Pakraman Taro Kaja, District Tegallalang Gianyar Regency?

The theory used is a religious theory, structural-functional theory and the theory of symbols. The research method is the determination of the location of research, types and sources of data, a technique of determining the informant, data collection techniques, observation, interviews, document studies, literature studies, data analysis, and presentation of research results.

This research can be stated results are as follows: Procession ceremony NgusabhaDalem in Pakraman Taro Kaja always use upakara complete but there are restrictions that must be obeyed by the people and the ban altogether can not be violated as: the ceremony NgusabhaDalem done The PuraDalemPingitnot wear the five gita (acne, gongs, singing, bells and religious sacred dances). Ngusabha Dalem ceremony serves as a conduit welfare, aesthetic function, a function of purification, increase sradha and devotion. Theological meaning in the ceremony NgusabhaDalem in Pakraman Taro Kaja is ceremony Ngusabha Dalem is worship of Lord Shiva who use symbols such as pratima-pratima cows duwe (cow in keramatkan) in order to always be given purity, health sustainability to the public and universe.


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