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Ritual purification of a Balinese temple by J. H Hooykaas-Van Leeuwen Boomkamp

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Published by Noord-Hollandsche Uitg. Mij. in Amsterdam .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Rites and ceremonies -- Indonesia -- Bali Island,
  • Bali Island (Indonesia) -- Religion

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Jacoba Hooykaas-van Leeuwen Boomkamp
SeriesVerhandelingen der Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen, Afd. Letterkunde ; nieuve reeks, deel 68, no.4, Verhandelingen der Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen, Afd. Letterkunde -- nieuwe reeks, deel 68, no. 4
The Physical Object
Pagination81 p.
Number of Pages81
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15131798M

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RITUAL PURIFICATION OF A BALINESE TEMPLE. - Ethnographic Art Books - Leiden. RITUAL PURIFICATION OF A BALINESE TEMPLE. Hooykaas-van Leeuwen Boomkamp, J.H. 81 pp.; ill. of objects and b/w drawings, index. book nr. € 20, Ritual purification is the ritual prescribed by a religion by which a person is considered to be free of uncleanliness, especially prior to the worship of a deity, and ritual purity is a state of ritual purification may also apply to objects and places. Ritual uncleanliness is not identical with ordinary physical impurity, such as dirt stains; nevertheless, body fluids are. With the help of your guide, experience the Balinese-Hindu ritual of ‘Melukat’, or ritual purification, at Sebatu holy spring – located near two ancient temples: Dalem Pingit and Kusti. Hindus see the ritual as a literal cleansing of the body and a symbolic cleansing of the soul, aimed at preventing misfortune and sicknesses.   A Hindu Balinese temple that has been around since AD and is still being actively used to this day. Wander around the gardens or admire people who are doing the purification ritual, or even participate in the purification ritual in .

  A Water Ritual Purification Ceremony that involves visiting a sacred Balinese pilgrimage site located in the outskirts of Ubud which carries a mystifying and ancient energy. A pura is a Balinese Hindu temple, and the place of worship for adherents of Balinese Hinduism in are built in accordance to rules, style, guidance and rituals found in Balinese puras are found on the island of Bali, where Hinduism is the predominant religion; however many puras exist in other parts of Indonesia where significant numbers of .   Every Balinese Hindu ritual involves holy water. From daily offerings at a household shrine, to the monumental Eka Dasa Rudra Ceremony which occurs every years at Besakih Temple, the single most sacred place in Bali. Ritual purification is a feature of many religions. The aim of these rituals is to remove specifically defined uncleanliness prior to a particular type of activity, and especially prior to the worship of a deity. This ritual uncleanliness is not identical with ordinary physical impurity, such as dirt stains; nevertheless, body fluids are generally considered ritually unclean.