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Muhammad Fathin Juzar 8R MADANIA Progressive Indonesian School
.I .4 . ... .9 .5 6 7 8 ..II . . . .. ..10 11 . rules and tradition Uniqueness Religion/belief Economic activity Religion rituals/activity Village settlement Protection to globalization Development plan Personal data .1 2 3 .Table of Contents Table of Contents Introduction History Village government structure Norms.
there are many dogs owned by the residents. We ended up walking the streets. which is 45 km from Denpasar city. in the open space. We could see many things around Bali. At this village. There is a big path in the middle. customs. uniqueness. they live in harmony with nature. and they also allow us to enter their yard which is divided in an orderly and neat. We recorded and note all the important things he said. Such as. I think. This village still looks beautiful. and many more.Introduction On Tuesday April 13. rules. I could not see the houses citizens. It could be seen from the way they receive tourists. history. we visited the village Panglipuran. government structure. This village is a traditional village which is still beautiful and natural. and this village has lots of trees. Overall. I pay attention on the surrounding of this village. When we arrived in this village. But we should manage our energy as well. religion or beliefs. this Bali trip is quite fun and interesting. . Then here. naturally. we were explained lot of things about Panglipuran village by the customary chief. This village is located in the District Bangli. This village often visited by tourists. looking to and fro. with lots of musical instruments. and the left and the right side are filled by small houses owned by the residents of Penglipuran village. there is a large temple. Thus. it is a nice way to combine study and having fun. Because it is placed tidy and orderly. After that session has finished. at first we were told to sit in an open space. 2010. I enjoyed having a trip in Bali. including its beautiful beach which makes us relax and forget about all of our problems. People at Penglipuran village is friendly and they allow us to go into their yard. The village is quite interesting. norms. It looks like an outdoor multipurpose room. it looks like the land area which is owned by every citizen has the same area. We could take some photo there. yet there are many projects and papers to do. From this place. we were allowed to look around at this village. with the intention of learning about anything related to this Penglipuran Village. and respect for nature. The house looks similar to each other.At the end of the village.
Until now. People from Bayung Gede have a special skill which is used by many people in Jarak town. the Penglipuran village is called Payung gede customary/traditional village. At 1993. Actually. . Then suddenly. This place is meaningful since their ancestors came from Buyung Gede village to Penglipuran Buyung from quite far distance. the name of this village is Penglipuran. Therefore Penglipuran society established the same temple as it existed Bayung Gede village. which means "remember on ancestral land". this place used as a resort. a village was made with a name of Pangelpure. As the time goes by. the name was changed into Penglipuran. They share idea and discuss with each other and finally. at that moment. The motive to make this institution is from the will to fight against Dutch rule which conquer them. People from Buyung gede to came to Jarak town because they cooperate with each other. Another opinion says that "Penglipuran" derives from the word "Penglipur" which means "entertainer" because at the time of the kingdoms. This traditional village is a non formal institution which is made since the day of old times. the kings in the past move this village. the idea to make this village appeared. It is located about 35 kilometers from the west of Mount Batur. So the citizen with the same will gathered in one place. Then. the beginning of this Panglipuran Village began as a Penglipuran Village traditional village or also can be called as customary village (desa adat). the Penglipuran village is open for public and used for tourist attraction.History Long time ago. In this case means that the community Penglipuran still know their origins.
Custom Village 2. . Security Secretary A customs government. Customary rule (Awig-awig) 3. Customary Secretary / treasurer 5. An Awig-awig is a rule of Bali people which is written in Bali letters. In government agencies (Pemerintahan dinas). such as that used by the Penglipuran village. and others. it will look like this (based on the information I get from the interview): 1. It contain many rules and also the consequences if someone break the rule. Tebing Adat 4. This rule has the same purpose such as UUD 45. Which is different with the Government agencies which is from the government itself. But in the Government of customs (pemerintahan adat). Chef 8. Sekelgo Prabung 7. stand alone. Murari 6.Village government structure The Penglipuran village government structure start from the biggest. there will be such thing as regents. Penglipuran village representatives currently about 70 people until now. mayors. until the lowest is written below.
Because the purpose of Ngaben is to purify the spirit. the house was not occupied. If that is violated. no one are allowed to marry more than once. if there is one dead. But actually it is not. They should not be carelessly disposed of garbage and sewage that pollute rivers. Rules. if there is a pair of women and men who will marry. then the wife should obey and follow what is done or said to her husband. Dowry which had been set in the Penglipuran village is cow. The name of a Forest in Penglipuran is named Baku. For example. This method is quite effective. But after they got married. Some people think it is identical to burning of the corpse. and they appreciate nature. and Tradition There are some rules and norms that must be obeyed by the village society Penglipuran. Bodies that haven¶t been Ngaben isn¶t able to mingle with their family. It is said that. or in other words polygamy / polyandry. because they live in harmony with nature. Because maybe the cow was too expensive to purchased for some people. The forest is quite clean and beautiful. for example in front of the house. the corpse can be buried like the people in general. then the perpetrators of polygamy / polyandry is transferred and sequestered in a house that has been specially made. because so far. The perpetrators should not be out of specified limits. They also couldn¶t dry the clothes in any place. the wife followed the husband's residence. we've been able to replace it with chicken. but now. In this village. They also couldn¶t cut down any trees at they own will. Another tradition is Ngaben. one head of cow should be cut. in terms of residence. The rules and norms was written in ³Awig-Awig´ One of the tradition (or also can be called rules/norms).Norms. . They must hold their tradition with strong feeling. Because in fact. the marriage will be conducted at the home of his wife. The community must maintain a good environment.
in every yard. And they also have many traditions. At last. Penglipuran villagers are Hindus. . kitchen. Every Penglipuran citizen houses have ³Angkulangkul´ which is a kind of gate in front of the house every citizen. they weren¶t allowed to eat cow.Then. and it's all neat and orderly. they Many dogs roam at the path are tame and trained well. And the other unique thing is Generally. The first aspect I will discuss is from the building first. Then. and barns. The village is also quite cool at the time I arrived there because it is situated 700 m above sea level. This occurs because the average height of the same. the society are nice and friendly. Patterns that exist in Angkul may shown the characteristic or pattern of each house. There are many other interesting things such as the Penglipuran society dogs around the street. this Penglipuran village is a village which is a traditional village and a tourist place/attractions as well. That's the entrance Example of the pattern in Angkul-angkul to their homes. and we can meet it in the Penglipuran village. There is a lot of dogs in Penglipuran village. apart from aspects of the building. People in the village Penglipuran also friendly and welcoming and they are accustomed to receiving tourists. for example Ngaben.Uniqueness Many unique things we can encounter in Penglipuran. But those dog doesn¶t harm us. there are more separated buildings like Sanggah (place to pray). The houses in Penglipuran village is also uniform and similar to each other. nothing too flashy. Actually in Hindu¶s religion. These things is unique in my opinion. there are something unique. but they may eat the cows. Bale Sangkaran.
In other words. The Hindu ritual in Penglipuran village can be read completely at the next two chapter. the shape of their house can be a proof that their belief or their religion is Hindu. Although the Penglipuran villages is currently modernizing the progress towards change but the layout of housing in each family still embraces the philosophy of Tri Hita Karana. they still using the Hindu aspect. And also at the end of the big path in the middle. And including in their house construction. means that the majority of them are Hindus. So. But maybe. we can find a Hindu temple which is still used by the society of Penglipuran village. man with the One of the citizen house in Penglipuran village environment.Religion/Belief Religion Penglipuran villagers still follow the religion of their ancestors is an ancient Balinese religion. it¶s just a majority of religion in Penglipuran. It is still possible that people with religion other than Hindu could stay at Penglipuran village. Which is a philosophy of Hindu religion which always maintain harmonious relations between man and man. they are still doing Hindu rituals such as Ngaben. The Hindu temple In Penglipuran >> . and human beings with God. Thus.
there are also a few other jobs that may be only a small percentage of people in Penglipuran village or approximately 45% of trade. many people who choose to farm. Besides that. coffee. But it was only a majority of villagers Penglipuran. working on the ship. I even had time to see directly the existing piggery or the Pig place in a villager's house Penglipuran. The majority of Penglipuran village residents choose farming because the rainfall rate in Penglipuran village is high enough.work as civil servants. So. and cows. There are bamboo forests. chickens. <<One of the job in Penglipuran village . Of course not all of them do farming activities. that is a factor that supports plant growth. Then the rest or the others. dry crops like maize. and others. Kecangan Institution. Approximately 55% majority of the society choose farming as their job. coconut. Penglipuran village also has several economic institutions such as Koperasi. craftsmen. there is also people who choose breeding or ranch as their work acties such as raising pigs. and the Village Credit Institutions (LPD). artisans who create unique Balinese souvenirs-souvenirs. bamboo craftsmen. cassava.At this village. agricultural crops. chocolate.Economic activity Most people's in Penglipuran village job are farming.
Many people think that Ngaben is identical to the burning of corpse. ceremonial offerings made to a holy man and guru 3. one of the Ngaben purpose is to purify the spirit or the soul of a dead person. Puntayadnya. Tritayadnya. The custom leader (ketua adat) said that. Other than to be able to mingle with his family. . Dewayadna. Maksayadnya. But in fact. In language. then the spirit cant mingle with his family. ceremonial offerings made to the human or people (wedding) The description of one of the religion ceremony conducted by the Penglipuran village society which I note is Ngaben. ceremonial offerings made to the ancestral spirits (Ngaben) 4. Ngaben ceremony can be done by burying the person like an ordinary person in general. But it is true that actually most of corpse which is Ngaben is burned. another goal of Ngaben is to make a person's body or physical body decompose and back into its constituent elements. Here are five of the ceremonies: 1. As I mentioned earlier. His body will be decomposed by the soil. a burning ritual of a corpse. ceremonial offerings made to God Almighty 2. Desiyadna. If the spirit has not been purified. So that the meaning of Padcayana is five ceremonies which is held at Village Penglipuran related offerings on the basis of genuine motives. That's what makes it unique. Yadna mean five and Padca means a holy victim / genuine. ceremonial offerings made to the object (ogoh-ogoh) 5.Religion rituals or activity Their Religious ceremonies is the Padcayana ceremony. it is not true.
in this concept. nothing too fancy or flashy. blend with the parks of the society in Desa Penglipuran which is still beautiful. the most sacred places among other places. which is situated in the most northern.Village settlement This rural region has a regular arrangement of the traditional village structure. down.Utama Mandala. Nista mandala. Topography of the village is arranged in such a way in which the main village in the region have higher position and it goes down. the house neat and orderly. There is a path that was in the middle. . which means three sections / places. All the homes look similar to each other. This place is sacred because it is used to place prayers 2. And also the material which build the citizen house is uniform and similar to each other. As I said earlier also. The path was like a very long ladder which goes down. until to the downstream areas. the sides is filled with home of the residents in Penglipuran village. which places the lowest position since this place is the most unsacred places. the traditional order with lots of open space. a village or a temple is divided into three parts or places. Thus. Because this place is usually filled graves. and so on.Madya Mandala. which is to shelter the villagers Penglipuran 3. There were about 75 yards in the village Penglipuran. The Penglipuran village applied Trimandala concept. It uses soil materials for the great wall (Penyengker) and the gate of the house (angkul-angkul) and a roof of split bamboo for the entire village buildings. 1.
but it doesn¶t mean that Penglipuran village accepts and opened to all of the foreign culture. The globalization effect which has give certain effects to the society of Penglipuran village can be seen when I came there. that the effect of foreign culture is allowed to come in to Penglipuran village. at least it doesn¶t harm the Penglipuran village culture or tradition. So the point is. And I got an information that there are a few people in Desa Penglipuran already have television. opinion from many people is gathered and so they can unite the village would be better for the future. which can be preserved. The foreign culture that they don¶t accept or they refuse is the cultures which can or have a potential to harm or ruin the Penglipuran culture or tradition. I see that some of them already have a cellular phone. To keep that and maintain the rule and also the effect of globalization. Illustration of Globalization .Protection to Globalization The Penglipuran society doesn¶t refuse cultures which doesn¶t come from Penglipuran village. the society of Penglipuran village do suppression and religious discussion to decide which ones should be rejected. With the discussion.
such as finance and wide area. or in the future. at this time. So it seems. it is difficult to be extended again. Penglipuran village. the settlement is full for about 10 hectares. Meanwhile.Development plan It seem that. Because. full of settlement and house . Maybe the change is only was just a little added the houses and also repair the holy sites. Penglipuran Village development will not change significantly. in some time to come. another development that will continue to be cultivated from a variety of factors.
I visit Bali and this paper I wrote is about one place out of many places I visit in Bali which is Penglipuran village. I sit at grade 8 junior high school.com I am standing at Desa Penglipuran -End of paper- . Email: mfj_unknown@hotmail. My school is in Madania Progressive Indonesian school. I was born at 5 November 1995. Right now. At April 2010.Personal Data My name is Muhammad Fathin Juzar and I am 14 years old until now.
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