Hindu Temples Destination In Bali, Indonesia


The people of Bali is known for its hospitality, they are a religious community. Most of them are Hindus, and always active in religious events. There are many Hindu temples in Bali, which is called Pura. Some of this place have become a beautiful tourist spot.

 

Pura Alas Paiguman


Pura Alas Paiguman or better known as the Pura Guman is a temple that is often used for sacred religious ceremonies. This temple is surrounded by a fairly dense trees, it was very quiet so it is often used as for meditation. Some ancient relics found in this temple, especially the legacy of the kingdom Wharmadewa, the Linga as high as one meter measuring 70 cm, Nandi bull statue, and many others.

At Mandala Pura Paiguman, there are patterned Buddhist stupa, south side there are three trees that Pule hundreds of years old and looks great. It is said that this tree is very sacred by the local people and is regarded as a symbol of Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva. This temple has been thousands of years since it was built in the X-XI century AD.

Pura Paiguman located at Jalan Pura Desa Penempahan, Tampaksiring, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia.

 

Pura Alas Jagasari


Pura Alas Jagasari a temple which has its own uniqueness. This temple is a combination of the Bale Agung and Pura Puseh. Interestingly, around the temple is lined by small forest that contains a variety of plants for the purpose of religious ceremony is usually held in Pura Alas Jagasari.

This temple was built in the X - XI century AD, during the Old Kingdom of Bali Wharmadewa. It is estimated that the form and the rest of the building of this temple around pretending Pura Pegulingan, Pura Mangening, and Pura Tirta Empul. In addition, the existence of this temple is also written in an inscription in the temple Sakenan Manukaya which is written in inscriptions and names Panempahan Wharmadewa when determining regional and state predikan or exempt from tax area.

Some of the facilities here, such as the hall and ample parking making it easier if you come here by bus. Alas Jagasari temple located in the village Penempahan, Manukaya, Tampaksiring, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia.

 

Pura Gunung Raung


The temple estimated was built in the eighth century that originated from Dang Hyang Sri Markandya from East Java. The purpose of his own Dang Hyang spiritual education is to spread to as many people could then arrange for his life. Along the way he also accompanied by Wong Age that very loyal to him. And during the few temples in Bali such as Pura Gunung, Pura Besakih, Pura Gunung Raung.

A common crucial moment in this temple is Mesangkepan ceremony performed every 210 days. And the interesting part of this ceremony is the custom of the temple guards who did not use bells, as commonly used in any religious ceremonies in Bali.

Pura Gunung Raung located in the village of Taro, Tegallalang District, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia.

 

Pura Puncak Penulisan


This temple has a high historical value and some of the uniqueness that makes it different from other temples that so many people want to visit.

Forms of temple building has two concepts that the first draft is taken from the pre-history of which can be seen clearly, especially from a multi-storey building structures. And the second is the concept of temple construction that reaches 7 level with the first and second levels connected by stairs.

In the 3rd level there Pura Dana, and Taman Dana, at the 4th level there was Panyarikan Ratu Pura-6th level to the temple there is a queen Dahatua, the last, level 7 is the peak temple shrine are shrines Pengaruman, Piyasan and Gedong as a store of ancient objects.

Estimated construction began in the year 300 AD (the Bronze Age) and followed in the 10th century until the end of the Majapahit kingdom in 1343 AD Most of the livelihoods of residents around the temple is a farmer.

This temple is located in the village Sukawana, Kintamani district, Bangli Bali-Indonesia.

 

Pura Susunan Wadon


Pura Susuna Wadon probably built in the XVI century Mengwi Kingdom era - XVII AD, evidenced from the architecture similar to Pura Ulu Watu and Taman Ayun Temple. This temple is considered the celestial temple which has an area of approximately 400 m² with 12 m² Building. The ceremony that often held at here is Manis Kuningan ceremony.

Pura Susunan Wadon managed and maintained by the Pekraman serangan residents. In order to provide convenience for visitors who come to the temple, there are ample parking area around the temple.

Pura Susunan Wadon located in the village of Banjar, Serangan, South Denpasar District, Bali, Indonesia.

 

Pura Srijong


Srijong temple is unique compared to other temples in Bali. Located on the beach, surrounded by trees and bushes shelled, making this temple has a special attraction for tourists. In addition, the atmosphere was so strong mystical feel when you are here.

Pura Srijong is Dang Kahyangan Temple, which in this place used for worship to Lord Vishnu, believed to be a manifestation of Trance Widhi Wasa as a form of ruling the seas. This temple has a Tri Mandala concepts, which in the yard there is Bale Gong, Bale Pegat, Bale Pogo and Holy Kwargan. In the courtyard there Queen Madya Nyoman Pelinggih , Queen Nyoman Peliasan, Granary, and length Bale.

Srijong temple located in the village of Batu Soka Lumbang, Bajera District, Tabanan regency, Bali.

 

Pura Selukat


Pura Selukat no less important than the other temples. Pura Selukat serves to make application for the holy water.

Pura Selukat is a place to worship God in its manifestation as a conduit of blessing to many people. In Hindu literature, the meaning of sanctification could mean using many tools such as the agni, solar, pertiwi, sacred ceremonies, etc.. But in Bhuwana Kosa ultimate sanctification with Jnyana or sacred science. This temple that serves as one of the places for purification.

Pura Selukat is a tourist attraction in Subak Area, Village Keramas Blahbatu, Gianyar, Bali which is about 15 km from Denpasar city.

 

Pura Dalem Jagaraga


Pura Dalem Jagaraga is one that has a special attraction for tourists. This temple is one of the Pura Kahyangan Tiga Jagaraga, which generally have characteristics in common with other Pura Dalem in Bali, such as proximity to the cemetery, has ornaments and statues that have spooky and scary face, include the famous Durga Betara statue.

Some of the uniqueness of this temple is to have a relief sculpture in front of the wall, on the outside of the temple, where the reliefs that depict old-fashioned combat aircraft, armed robbery, boats, people who are drinking beer. Also is certainly not less interesting is the presence of a statue of Men Branyut, the well-known folk tales, depicting families have too many children and described the joys and sorrows of this old man.

Pura Dalem Jagaraga located in Jagaraga village, about 11 km east of Singaraja right in the majors Singaraja – Sawan, Bali-Indonesia.
 





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