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Bali Calendar 2014

12 March : and and 8 October 2014 Pagerwesi Day
same as Galungan&Kuningan, this holiday occurs every 210 days on Balinese calendar. The word Pagerwesi is derived from two Javanese words, pager (fence) and wesi (iron). Pagerwesi literally means the day of “iron fence. Pagerwesi is dedicated to honour Siva, the God manifestation as SanghyangPramesi Guru, guardian of the universe, which is meant to ask for protection and prosperity

8 March and 4 October 2014   Saraswati
This day is devoted to DewiSaraswati, the Goddess of  Science& Knowledge. Books of knowledge, manuscripts and the Wedas are blessed and special offerings are made for them.
As with other religious days in Bali, there are also ritual activities before and after the day of Saraswati itself. The day before the Saraswati is called Pengeradanaan, a day to prepare for Saraswati both spiritually and physically. Books are cleaned and properly arranged.
On Saraswati Day, the Balinese make offerings to their books. Students celebrate at school, usually in the morning. The Saraswati Day is not a day off work, so all offices are open.
The day after Saraswati is called Banyu Pinaruh. "Banyu" means water and "Pinaruh" means wisdom. Taken together, the words mean that man must have wisdom which always flows like water, and is useful for mankind. Early in the morning of Banyu Pinaruh Day, people will go the beaches, rivers and springs to purify themselves and pray for wisdom.

31 March :Nyepi (Seclusion Day)
Bali’s Day of Silence (Nyepi Day) : commemorated every Isaawarsa (Saka new year) according to the Balinese calendar (in 2014, it fell on March 31st). It is a Hindu celebration mainly celebrated in Bali, Indonesia. Nyepi, a Government holiday in Indonesia, is a day of silence, fasting and meditation for the Balinese. The day following Nyepi is also celebrated as New year

21 May and 17th December 2014  ; Galungan Day
an auspicious festival that occurs every 210 days (on Balinese calendar) and lasts for 10 days. Galungan means “When the Dharma is winning.” During this special day, the island is beautifully decorated with ornaments including big bamboo pole, in each of their households.

31 May  and 27th December 2014 : Kuningan Day
the last day of the 10 days festival, on this holiday Balinese belief that the spirit of their ancestors depart to heaven
 

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SEJUK BEACH VILLAS

Pantai Seseh, Bali, Indonesia

Telp: +62 85 100 714 443
Fax: +62 361 426 729
E-mail: info@sejukbeachvillas.com

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