Manusa Yadnya Ceremony | @Youban

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Bali is always synonymous with events or  ceremonies. The ceremony is part of the   three basic pillars of religious life in  Balinamely: Tattwa, Susila, and Upacara.   Tattwa is knowledge of the philosophy of religion.  Susila is the knowledge of manners or manners.   The upacara is knowledge of  yajna or religious ceremonies.  Quoted from INDOBALINEWS, which quotes  a book from Gede Rudia Adiputra,   and Gusti Agung Istri Purwati, in their book  Upacara and Marriage Ceremonies in Bali,   "Yajna is a sacred sacrifice  or offering made consciously,   sincerely, and responses based on Sraddha  Bhakti to God Almighty with all His creations. 

Yajna carried out by Hindus is based on  the belief in the existence of Three Reena,   namely the Three Debts of humans in living in  this world, which are divided into Dewa Reena,   which is the soul's debt to  God and all his blessings,   through us as people if we pray diligently  and pray sincerely we will pay our debts.  Furthermore, Resi Reena is a debt to Resi (holy  people) who have given life guidance in the form   of religious knowledge, morals, character,  and skills, and the last is Pitra Reena,   namely debts to ancestors or parents who have died  because he has given birth and raised generations. Of the three basic debts of life,.. that gave  rise to Yajna as a good deed, it must also be   done to Humans at birth into the world,.. which  is suspected to bring fatigue or dirtiness.  For this reason, in Bali,.. humans  since they are still babies in the womb,  

have been ceremoniously treated  to be able to accept actions,   as good karma in the future, that  they always achieve success in life.  From there you will see all kinds of  ceremonies in Bali and that is YAJNA,   namely good deeds or karma. One of the faiths  or shraddha in Hinduism believed in Bali is to   believe in Karma Pahala, which is the result  of deeds. Because bad Karma cannot be erased  

and can only be overwritten by good deeds,  so doing Yajna is one of the good deeds.  The ceremony in Bali, which is one of  the Yajnya, has a very broad meaning.   Many elements are contained in it, from  the symbols used in the form of ceremony   facilities there are mantras,  and introductions to offerings. Also from the social aspect,.. it is very strong  with the mutual assistance system, and visits so   that a ceremony can be said is complete. For the ceremony held today,.the Manusa   Yajna Ceremony in the form of Mepandes,  or Toot Filing, and Pewiwahan or Marriage.

Why is this ceremony so important  for the life of the Balinese people?  It is very important because,.. in addition to  being a yajna, which is intended to eliminate   internal dirt,.. it also means that a human  child has successfully traveled his journey   as a human being,.. has passed the age of  puberty, and entered a new life as a person  

who has been freed by his parents to guide  himself. to a more mature period of his life.  Besides, parents already feel that they have  paid their obligations to their children.  This tooth-cutting event, generally, can be  combined with the ceremony of increasing maturity   and picking. The Teeth Cutting ceremony aims to  reduce "Sad Ripu" from a person and as a symbol,   six upper teeth and two canines are cut off. “Sad Ripu” is six innate human  traits that are considered less good   and are considered enemies in themselves.  The six traits that are very easy to know   are the nature of greed, the nature of  cheating, the nature of being praised,   the nature of being angry, the nature of hurting  fellow creatures, and the nature of slandering.

Before carrying out the tooth-cutting process,  someone carries out several processions to prepare   for the ceremony. If you follow the instructions  from the lontar, the stages for Mesangih begin   with a ceremony called "Magumi Padangan",  which is a ceremony held in the kitchen. The Balinese kitchen, which follows the Asta  Kosala Kosali system, is located in the south   of the yard, separated from the other buildings.  The purpose of this ceremony is to rid oneself of   negative energy attacks so that when you cut your  teeth you are very ready physically and mentally. The next ceremony is Ngekeb, this  ceremony is carried out in a room   that the Balinese call "Meten"  or "Gedong". This ceremony is  

a ceremony performed for self-control in order  to escape from the shackles of inner darkness. Before Mesangih,.. there is one more ceremony  that must be followed, namely the Mabyakla   ceremony. This ceremony is carried out in the  courtyard as the final acknowledgment before   the peak of the event, and only then is the  Tooth Cutting process led by a "Sangging" the   person who has the skills and license as someone  who can cut teeth in this ceremony can be done. 

In general,.. the tooth-cutting ceremony is  carried out simultaneously, or at the same   time with of wedding ceremonies, so that it can be  more lively and more economical in terms of costs,   although the offerings must  be added to the wedding.  That also happened at the manusa Yajna ceremony  held by the family of the late Ni Wayan Ramyeg.   There were two wedding pairs and  11 teeth-cutting participants.  The time required for preparation is quite long  with a series of events, especially the addition   of the Sudiwedani ceremony, namely the ordination  ceremony for the bride who entered Hinduism.

Our Audiences,..Thus the information  that we can convey at this time,   may be useful for viewers,  especially those outside Bali.   Thank you for watching, and do not forget  to like, subscribe this channel and share.

2022-08-10 23:42

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