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January
  3
“Saraswati Day”, held in every 210 days in honor of Dewi Saraswati the goddess of knowledge. Ceremony will hold at schools and office.
  4
“Banyu Pinaruh”, a day after Saraswati day, people goes to the beach for purification and wisdom.
  7
“Pagerwesi”, the word literally means, "Iron fence "when people pray for strong mental defense to"Shanghyang Pramesti Guru " the Lord of universe.
  10
“Full Moon”, ceremony will celebrate by most Hindu people at most of the Temple, such as:
   
  • Pura Jagatnatha, the temple in the middle of the town of Denpasar City.
  • Pura Silayukti, Padang bay village, Karangasem regency
  • Pura Penataran Agung, Sukawati village, Gianyar regency
  17
“Tumpek Landep”, the day devoted to Sanghyang Pasupati when blessing ceremony is held for heirlooms, weapons and all tools and implements made of metal, for magic power and proper function.
  21
“Buda Cemeng Ukir”, Temple anniversary celebration at:
   
  • Pura Pasar Agung, Besakih Village at Karangasem Regency
  • Pura Puseh and Desa, Bebalang village, South of the town of Bangli
  • Pura Gede Gunung Agung, Munggu village, district of Mengwi, Badung regency
  • Pura Kareban langit, Sading village, district of Mengwi, Badung regency
  23
“Bhatari Shri Day”, ceremony at the rice field
  24
"Siwaratri, Ciwaratri", the night dedicated for the god Shiva. A time for holy
contemplation and purification, the Balinese do not sleep for one night.
  26
“Imlek”, the Chinese New Year 2560
  27
“Anggara Kasih Kulantir and Kajeng Kliwon Enyitan”, temple celebration at:
   
  • Pura Penataran Tangkas Sukawati, Gianyar regency
  • Pura Puseh Lembeng, Sukawati, Gianyar
  • Pura Sang Hyang Tegal, Banjar Taro Kaja, Tegalalang
  29
“Bali Magic Festival”, performance and magic competition featuring Max Maven will held till January 31
   
February
  1
“Soma Umanis Tolu”, ceremony dedicated to the family temple for the elder people who passed away.
  9
“Full Moon”, most of the Temple will held a ceremony
  14
“Valentine Day”, days for most of the young peoples and many hotels and restaurants offer Romantic Dinner package
  21
“Tumpek Uduh/Pengatag”, the day devoted to God as "Sanghyang Sangkara", lord of all food-plants and vegetables when blessing ceremony is held for good crop and product. Every farming and plantation throughout Bali.
Temple Ceremony celebrates at:
   
  • Pura Manik Mas, Besakih village, Karangasem regency
  • Pura Puseh/Desa Batuan, Sukawati, Gianyar regency
  • Pura Pasek Bendesa, kekeran, Mengwi, Badung regency
  27
“Bhatari Shri Day”, ceremony for the rice field. Temple ceremony held at:
   
  • Pura Ida Ratu geng, Penataran Agung, Besakih
  • Meru Ida ratu raja Puraus, Saloding Besakih
   
 
March
  2
“Anggara Kasih Julungwangi”, Temple anniversary celebration at:
   
  • Pura Batu Klotok, South beach of Semarapura, the capital town of Klungkung regency
  • Pura Ulun Danu Beratan, Candikuning village, Tabanan regency
  • Pura Tirta Harum, Tegalwangi, Bangli regency
  • Pura Dalem Waturenggong, Banjar Taro Kaja, Tegallalang, Gianyar
  • Pura manik Bingin, Dukuh Village, Sidemen district of Karangasem regency
  3
Temple ceremony celebration at:
   
  • Pura Puncak Sari at Sangeh monkey forest, Abiansemal village, Badung
  • Odalan Bhatara Kayu Selem, Besakih Temple
  10
“Full Moon”, temple ceremony celebration at:
   
  • Pura Penataran Sasih, Pejeng village, Gianyar regency, which is famous with the fallen moon
  • Pura Bukit Mentik, Gunung Lebah, Batur village, Kintamani
  • Pura Jagatnatha, in the middle of Denpasar city
  12
“Sugian Jawa”, most of the Hindu people that their ‘family tree’ came from Java will celebrate this purification day in welcoming the Galungan day
Temple ceremony celebration at:
   
  • Odalan Ida Ratu Mas di Penataran Agung-Besakih, complex of the “Mother Temple”
  • Pura Kawitan Tangkas Kori Agung, Klungkung regency
  • Pura Siang Kangin Tampuagan, Peninjoan village, Tembuku – Bangli regency
  13
“Sugian Bali”, the people which their family trees are original Balinese will have a purification ceremony in this day
  15
“Penyekeban”, the people prepare all kind fruit which they will use for offering During the Galungan. Mostly the fruits are almost ripe and will get ripe on the Galungan day
  16
“Penyajaan Galungan”, the people prepare and make any kind cakes as the offering on Galungan day
  17
“Penampahan Galungan”, the day when the people sacrificing some animal to get the meat for offering and share with the family
  18
“GALUNGAN CEREMONY”, the biggest ceremony of Hindu people in Bali as the
victory day of "Dharma", (Virtue) upon "Adharma" (evil) , when the entire island is brightened with festivities with "Penjor" the artistically, decorated, bamboo pole stuck at every house entrance adorning the both symbolizing prosperity. Throughout around Bali.
  19
“Umanis Galungan”, the day people use as apologize day. People will visiting family, friends or relatives to do an apologize and reunion. Also some ceremony celebrates in some big Temple such as:
   
  • Pura Batukaru, on the slope of Bautkaru mountain, Tabanan regency
  • Pura Lempuyang Luhur, on the top of Lempuyang Mountain, Karangasem
  • Pura Kentel Gumi, Klungkung regency
  23
“Melasti” ceremonies the procession of Hindu followers carrying temple effigies to the beach, lake or a holy spring for purification ceremony in welcoming "Nyepi" the Is Caka New Year. Also some ceremonies at some Temple:
   
  • Pura Dasar Buana, Gelgel Village, Klungkung regency.
  • Pura Pemerajan Agung, Benawah Kangin village, Gianyar regency
  25
“Tilem Sasih Kesanga” / New Moon of the 9th Month in Balinese calendar, "Tawur Agung Kesanga " ceremony, great sacrificial ceremony offered to the underworld spirits for not disturbing human being’s settlement (at 12.00 noon) followed by process of "Ogoh-ogoh" (monster-like creatures made from bamboo, papers, and Styrofoam symbolizing evil spirits) parade in the evening.
   
  • Puputan square, down town of Denpasar city
  • Square or cross road of town and village throughout Bali
  26
“Nyepi Day”/Silence day, Balinese Hindu New Year ( Saka Year 1931) a day of
absolute silence for Hindu followers, when no activity is done, no fire is lit, no traveling anywhere and no amusement is held for the day and night, Throughout Bali. The tourists are not allow to go out from the hotel to the road or even beach for 24 hours in respecting the ceremonial. Nyepi day is also as a meditation and introspection day.
  27
“Ngembak Geni”, a day after Nyepi day when all daily activities back to normal.
   
"Med-Medan", traditional event, this event is held in connection with “Nyepi” the Caka new year, involving maidens and bachelors of the village as to strengthen brotherhood and understanding among the youth. Initiated with prayer at the local temple, the group members then hug one another, getting roughly wet under water sprouted by someone. It’s a cheerful moment for all, held about 15.00 hours. At Banjar Kaja, Sesetan village, south of Denpasar.
   
“Penampahan Kuningan”, still the procession of Galungan when the people preparing
and sacrificing some animal for the next day. People also cook some traditional
Balinese food to share with the family.
  28

“Kuningan”, the last day of Galungan celebration, believed to be the ascendant day of the ancestral holy spirits and Deities to heaven after sojourning for several day son this material world. On this day, special offering consisted of yellow rice and special dishes are offered while every compound and temple is decorated with ornaments made of young coconut leaves and flowers throughout Bali.

Temple anniversary celebration at:

   
  • Pura Sakenan, Serangan Island (Turtle Island)
  • Pura Sadha, Kapal village, Badung regency
  • Pura Dalem Tenggalinggah, Guliang village, Bangli regency
  • Pura Taman Pule, Mas village Ubud, Gianyar regency
  • Pura Ularan, Takmung village, Klungkung regency
   
“Mekotekan Ceremony”, (village purification ceremony), at: Munggu village, district of
Mengwi, Badung regency
   
"Perang Jempana",as part of the temple anniversary celebrations when two group of
the temple adherents carrying "Jempana" ( Temple effigy) collides one another as to
indicate that the ceremony has been processed properly, at : Pura Panti Timbrah,
Pakse Bali Village, Klungkung regency.
   
"Megarang pipis",special events (snatching away the money), when certain sun of money is collected from every family compound after holding a ritual, which money is then spread out on the village road, snatched away by the crowd of people. It is believed that by supplying the ancestor holy spirits with the money, the descendants will be rewarded with prosperity in return it is usually held before noon, at : Bongan cina village, south of Tabanan, Tabanan regency.
   
April
  1
“Buda Cemeng Langkir”, Temple ceremony celebrates at:
   
  • Pura Tanah Lot ( temple at the rock), Kediri village, Tabanan regency
  • Pura Masceti, Sanding village, Tampaksiring district, Gianyar regency
  • Pura Bucabe Mas Village, Ubud, Gianyar regency
  3
“Bhatari Shri Day”, ceremony at the rice field
  5
"Ngerebong",special event / ritual, when a group of the temple adherents being in trance, stab themselves with kris, the crared daggers, just to indicate thet the series of ritual have been in process accordingly, at : Pura Petilan Pengerebongan, Kesiman village, east of Denpasar.
  7
“Anggara Kasih Medangsia”, Temple anniversary celebration at:
   
  • Pura Luhur Uluwatu, the Temple on the cliff, Uluwatu village, Badung
  • Pura Andakasa, Angantelu village, Manggis district, Karangasem regency
  • Pura Gualawah ( the bat cave), Klungkung regency
  • Pura Taman Ayun ( the royal temple), Mengwi village, Badung regency
  9
“Full Moon”, ceremony will celebrate by most Hindu people at most of the Temple, such as:
   
  • Pura Jagatnatha, in the middle of Denpasar city
  • Odalan Bhatara Turun Kabeh in Besakih
  • Pura Lempuyang Madya, Purwayu village, Karangasem
  • “Ngusaba”, special ritual held every certain period of time, after harvesting, at: Pura Bukit Jati, Bangli regency.
  22
Odalan, Temple anniversary celebration at:
   
  • Pura Silayukti, Padangbay village, Karangasem regency
  • Pura Air Jeruk, Sukawati village, Gianyar regency
  • Pura Dangin Pasar, Batuan village, Gianyar regency
  • Pura Puseh, Bebandem village, Karangasem regency
  • Pura Luhur Puncak Padangdawa, Bangli village district of Baturiti, Tabanan regency
  24
Temple anniversary celebration at:
   
  • Pura Kahyangan tiga, Batur village, Bangli regency
  • Pura Batur, Cemenggaon village, Sukawati district, Gianyar regency
   
May
  2
Odalan, Temple anniversary celebration at:
   
  • Pura Dalem Pemuteran Jelantik village, Klungkung regency
  • Pura Dalem Tarukan, Bebalang village, South of the town of Bangli
  • Pura Taman Sari , Gunung Sari village, Penebel district, Tabanan regency
  6
Temple anniversary celebration at:
   
  • Pura Puseh / Desa, Silakarang village, Ubud, Gianyar regency
  • Pura Dalem Petitenget, Kerobokan village, Badung regency
  • Pura Dalem Pularsari, Samprangan village, Gianyar regency
  9
“Full Moon”, ceremony will celebrate by most Hindu people at most of the Temple, such as:
   
  • Pura Penataran Agung, Sidemen village, Karangasem regency
  • Pura Maospahit, Banjar gerenceng, downtown of Denpasar
  • Pura Samuan Tiga, Bedulu village, Gianyar regency
  • Pura Puncak Tinggah, Angsri village, district of Baturiti, Tabanan village
  • Pura Jagatnatha, in the middle of Denpasar city
  12
Temple anniversary celebration at:
   
  • Pura Desa, Gajah Mada street down town of Denpasar
  • Pura Dalem Puri, Peliatan village, Gianyar regency
  • Pura Puseh, Ubud village, Gianyar regency
  • Pura Dalem, Singakertha village, Gianyar regency
  • Pura Puncak Payogan, Kedewatan village, Gianyar regency
  • Pura Dalem Puri, batuan village, Gianyar regency
  27
Odalan, Temple anniversary celebration at:
   
  • Pura Puseh/ Desa, Sukawati village, Gianyar regency
  • Pura Merajan Agung, Batuyang village, Gianyar regency
  • Pura Maspahit, Sesetan village, south of Denpasar
   
June
  6
“Tumpek Kandang/Tumpek Uye", "Sanghyang Rare Angon" the Lord of cattle and livestock, requesting good inbreed and product at : Every animal husbandry and family compound in Bali. Temple anniversary celebration at:
   
  • Pura Dalem Segening, Kediri, village, Tabanan regency
  • Pura Puseh/ Desa, downtown of Gianyar
  • Pura Sang Hyang Tegal, Taro village, Tegalalang
  10
“Buda Cemeng Menail”, Temple anniversary celebration at:
   
  • Pemerajan Agung Ubud
  • Pura Penataran Dalem Ketut, Pejeng kaja village, Gianyar regency
  • Merajan Agung Blangsinga, Blahbatuh, Gianyar regency
  13
Opening Ceremony of the 31st Bali Art Festival
Commenced with cultural procession offered typically by every regencies in Bali. After the main ceremony officially opened by president of the republic Indonesia/ minister, the procession will be proceeding to the Art Centre in Denpasar, where exhibitions and display of handicraft, painting, jewelries, garment and other product are held, while various kinds of performing art are on stage, every day and night, up to mid July.
"Bali Art Festival will be closed at Sunday July 12, 2009"
  16
“Anggara Kasih Prangbakat”, Temple anniversary celebration at:
   
  • Pura Dalem Benawah, Gianyar
  • Pura Bukit Buluh, Gunaksa village, Klungkung regency
  • Pura Tirta Sudamala, Bebalang, Bangli
  • Pura Dalem, Bitra village, Gianyar regency
  • Pura Taman Sari, Ubud village, Gianyar regency
  17
Temple anniversary celebration at:
   
  • Pura Rambut Siwi, Yeh Embang village, Jembrana regency
  • Pura Batu Bolong, canggu village, Badung regency
  • Pura Agung Dalem Tarukan, Pejeng village, Gianyar regency
  • Pura Tirta Anom Padang sigi village, district of Tampaksiring, Gianyar regency
  18
Temple ceremony celebration at Pura Ida Bhatara Sakti Wawu Rauh (Jaya Prana),
Kalianget Village, Seririt, Buleleng regency
   
July
  1
“Buda Kliwon Ugu”, Temple ceremony celebration at:
   
  • Pura Agung Gunung Raung, Banjar Taro Kaja, Tegalalang, Gianyar
  • Pura Dalem Tarukan Pulasari, Tembuku village, Bangli regency
  • Pura Dalem Puri, Besakih village, Karangasem regency
  7
“Full Moon”, Temple anniversary celebration at:
   
  • Pura Jagatnatha, in the middle of Denpasar city
  • Pura Asah (Alas Harum) Batur Village, Kintamani, Bangli regency
  • Pura Penataran Agung, Sukawati, Gianyar regency
  • Aci aci Penaung Taluh at Pura Penataran Agung, Besakih
  • Pura Ulun Suwi, Jimbaran village, district of Kuta, Badung regency
  • Pura Batu Madeg, besakih ( the mother temple complex), Karangasem regency
  11
"Tumpek Wayang",it is special day for puppeteers, when blessing ceremony is given to shadow puppet play set for "taksu"(magical charm and power) throughout Bali. Odalan. Temple anniversary celebration at : Pura Bhatara ratu alit and Ratu lingsir, Singakerta village, district of Sukawati, Gianyar regency & Pura Pedarman, Besakih ( the mother temple), Karangasem regency.
  12
Closing ceremony of 31st Bali Art Festival in Denpasar Art Centre
  15
Temple anniversary celebration at:
   
  • Pura Penataran Agung, Padang Bay village, Karangasem regency
  • Pura Dalem Peed, Nusa Penida Island
  • Pura Guwa Besakih, Karangasem regency
  17
“Bhatari Shri Day”, ceremony at the rice field, Dewi Sri as the Goddes of prosperity
  21
Temple anniversary celebration at:
   
  • Pura Dalem Batuyang, Batubulan village, Gianyar
  • Pura Dalem Purwa, Banjar Kawan, Bangli
  • Pura Pasek Gelgel Mengening, Kediri, Tabanan
  • Pura Desa/Pura Pucak Taman, Bedulu, Gianyar
  26
Temple anniversary celebration at:
   
  • Pura Penataran Agung Maha Gotra Tirta Harum Shri Srengga, Nyalian Village, Banjarangkan, Klungkung regency
August
  1
“Saraswati Day”, held in every 210 days in honor of Dewi Saraswati, the day
devoted to God as Sanghyang Aji Saraswati symbolized a Beautiful Goddess of Knowledge, sciences and arts, when blessing ceremony is given to holy scriptures, books of sciences and arts for every family compound throughout Bali. The Ceremony will hold at schools and office.
  2

"Banyu Pinaruh day", when the Balinese go to every beach, river, lake and spring, to purity themselves and pray for wisdom and wits, at dawn throughout Bali.

  3
"Soma Ribek day", when blessing ceremony is held for every source of living (rice, barn, spring, etc) throughout Bali.
  4
Pagerwesi holiday and full moon ceremony, the word "Pagerwesi", "literally means" "iron fence" (Pager= fence, wesi= iron) This day is devoted to “Sanghyang Pramesti Guru” (God as lord of the universe), when Hindu followers pray for strong mental defense to face life obstacles.
   
“Full Moon” ceremony throughout Bali
   
Temple anniversary celebration at:
   
  • Pura Gelap, Besakih (the mother temple complex) Karangasem regency
  • Pura Kehen, downtown of Bangli
  • Pura Laban sindu Jiwa, Kedewatan village, Gianyar regency
  • Pura Kehen, downtown of Bangli
  15
“Tumpek Landep day", the day devoted to Sanghyang Pasupati (as the Lord of all metal implements) when blessing ceremony is given to heirlooms weapons and the other metal tools ( including cars) for magical power and proper function. Throughout Bali. Temple anniversary celebration at:
   
  • Pura Ida Ratu Pande, Besakih village, Karangasem
  • Pura Penatasan Pande, Kusamba village, Klungkung regency
  • Pura Kumuda Saraswati, Ubud, Puri Alit Ubud, Gianyar
  17
“64th INDONESIAN INDEPENDENCE DAY”
  19
Temple anniversary celebration at:
   
  • Pura Pasar Agung Besakih, Karangasem
  • Pura Puseh/Desa Bebalang, Bangli
  • Pura Dalem Purancak, Badung
  21
“Bhatari Shri Day”, ceremony at the rice field, Dewi Sri as the Goddes of prosperity
  25
Temple anniversary celebration at:
   
  • Pura Penataran Tangkas, Sukawati, Gianyar
  • Pura Puseh Lembeng, Ketewel, Sukawati-Gianyar
  • Pura Dalem Ganda Mayu, downtown of Klungkung
  31
Temple anniversary celebration at:
   
  • Pura Batu Madeg, Besakih, Karangasem
  • Pura Penataran Agung Penatih, Banjar Saba Penatih , Denpasar
   
September
  4
“Full Moon”, ceremony will celebrate by most Hindu people at most of the Temple,
such as:
   
  • Pura Kawitan Arya Gajah Para, Tianyar, Kubu, Karangasem
  • Pura Candi Gunung Kawi, Tampaksiring, Gianyar
  • Pura Pura Ulun Kul-kul, Besakih ( the mother temple complex), Karangasem regency
  • Pura Pedarman Arya Lebah, Besakih, Karangasem
  • Pura Agung Jagatnatha, Denpasar
  9
“Buda Kliwon Gumbreg”, Temple anniversary celebration at:
   
  • Pura Puseh/Desa Guwang, Sukawati, Gianyar
  • Pura Dadia Agung Pasek Gelgel, Ketewel, Gianyar
  • Pura penataran agung puri agung, downtown of Bangli
  19
"Tumpek uduh (tumpek wariga) ", the day devoted to God as "Sanghyang Sangkara" lord of all food-plants and vegetation, when blessing ceremony is held for good crop and product, every farm and plantation throughout Bali. Temple anniversary celebration at:
   
  • Pura Manik Mas, Besakih, Karangasem
  • Pura Pasek Bendesa, Kekeran, Mengwi, Badung
  • Pura Puseh/Desa Batuan, Gianyar
  29
Temple anniversary celebration at:
   
  • Pura Ulun Danu Beratan, Bedugul, Baturiti-Tabanan
  • Pura Batu Klotok, Klungkung
  • Pura Titha Harum, Tegalwangi, Bangli
  • Pura Dalem Waturenggong, Taro Kaja village, Gianyar regency
  30
Temple anniversary celebration at:
   
  • Pura Puncak Sari ( Monkey forest), Sangeh village, Badung regency
  • Pura Dalem Gede, Banjar Pande, Downtown of Bangli
  • Pura Penataran Gana, Bebalang village, Bangli regency
   
October
  3
“Full Moon”, ceremony will celebrate by most Hindu people at most of the Temple,
such as:
   
  • Pura Lempuyang Madya, Karangasem
  • Pura Tirtha Empul, TampakSiring, Gianyar
  • hatara Tiga Sakti Penataran Agung Besakih, Karangasem
  • Pura Ulun Danu Batur, Songan village, district of Kintamani, Bangli regency
  • Pura Agung Pulaki, Banyupoh village district of Grokgak, Buleleng regency
  • Pura Dalem Tarukan, Pejeng village, Gianyar regency
  • Pura Puseh, Tebola village, district of Sidemen, Karangasem regency
  8
“Sugian Jawa”, most of the Hindu people that their ‘family tree’ came from Java will celebrate this purification day in welcoming the Galungan day
Temple ceremony celebration at:
   
  • Odalan Ida Ratu Mas di Penataran Agung-Besakih, complex of the “Mother Temple”
  • Pura Kawitan Tangkas Kori Agung, Klungkung regency
  • Pura Siang Kangin Tampuagan, Peninjoan village, Tembuku – Bangli regency
  9
“Sugian Bali”, the people which their family trees are original Balinese will have a purification ceremony in this day
  11
“Penyekeban”, the people prepare all kind fruit which they will use for offering During the Galungan. Mostly the fruits are almost ripe and will get ripe on the Galungan day
  12
“Penyajaan Galungan”, the people prepare and make any kind cakes as the offering on Galungan day
  13
“Penampahan Galungan”, the day when the people sacrificing some animal to get the meat for offering and share with the family
  14
“GALUNGAN CEREMONY”, the biggest ceremony of Hindu people in Bali as the
victory day of "Dharma", (Virtue) upon "Adharma" (evil) , when the entire island is brightened with festivities with "Penjor" the artistically, decorated, bamboo pole stuck at every house entrance adorning the both symbolizing prosperity. Throughout around Bali.
  15
“Umanis Galungan”, the day people use as apologize day. People will visiting family, friends or relatives to do an apologize and reunion. Also some ceremony celebrates in some big Temple such as:
   
  • Pura Batukaru, on the slope of Bautkaru mountain, Tabanan regency
  • Pura Lempuyang Luhur, on the top of Lempuyang Mountain, Karangasem
  • Pura Kentel Gumi, Klungkung regency
  23
“Penampahan Kuningan”, still a part of the procession of Galungan when the people preparing and sacrificing some animal for the next day. People also cook some traditional Balinese food to share with the family.
  24
“Kuningan”, the last day of Galungan celebration, believed to be the ascendant day of the ancestral holy spirits and Deities to heaven after sojourning for several day son this material world. On this day, special offering consisted of yellow rice and special dishes are offered while every compound and temple is decorated with ornaments made of young coconut leaves and flowers throughout Bali.
   
Perang Jempana as part of the temple anniversary celebrations when two group of the temple adherents carrying “Jempana” ( Temple effigy) collides one another as to indicate that the ceremony has been processed properly, at : Pura Panti Timbrah, Pakse Bali Village, Klungkung regency.
   
Mekotekan Ceremony”, (village purification ceremony), at: Munggu village, district of
Mengwi, Badung regency
   
"Megarang pipis",special events (snatching away the money), when certain sun of money is collected from every family compound after holding a ritual, which money is then spread out on the village road, snatched away by the crowd of people. It is believed that by supplying the ancestor holy spirits with the money, the descendants will be rewarded with prosperity in return it is usually held before noon, at : Bongan cina village, south of Tabanan, Tabanan regency.
   
Temple ceremony celebration at:
   
  • Pura Sakenan, Serangan island ( Turtle Island), Denpasar municipality
  • Pura Dalem, Guang village, district of Sukawati, Gianyar regency
  • Pura Sadha, kapal village, Badung regency
  • Pura Ulun Kulkul Besakih ( Mother temple), Karangasem regency
  • Pura Taman Pule, Mas village,ubud, Gianyar regency
  • Pura Ularan, Takmung village, Klungkung regency
  28
“Buda Cemeng Langkir”, Temple ceremony celebration at:
   
  • Pura Tanah Lot, Kediri village, Tabanan regency
  • Odalan Ida Ratu Sundaring Jagat Penataran Agung Besakih
   
November
  2
“Full Moon”, ceremony will celebrate by most Hindu people at most of the Temple,
such as:
   
  • Pura Batu Madeg, Besakih, Karangasem
  • Pura Pasar Agung, Sebudi, Karangasem
  • Pura Dalem Puri, Batur village, Bangli regency
  • Pura Kehen, downtown of Bangli
  • Pura Puncak Bukit, Tampaksiring village, Gianyar regency
  3
“Anggara Kasih Medangsia”, Temple ceremony celebration at:
   
  • Pura Luhur Andakasa, Antiga village, district of Manggis, karangasem regency
  • Pura Luhur Uluwatu, the cliff of Southern of bukit Peninsula, Pecatu
  • Pura Gua Lawah (the bat cave temple) Klungkung regency
  • Pura Taman Ayun ( the royal temple), Mengwi village, Badung regency
  • Pura Pusering Jagat, Pejeng village, Gianyar regency
  18
“Buda Kliwon Pahang”, Temple ceremony celebration at:
   
  • Pura Silayukti, Padangbai village, Karangasem regency
  • Pura Luhur Puncak Padang Dawa, Bangli village, district of Baturiti, Tabanan regency
  • Pura Air Jeruk, Sukawati village, Gianyar regency
  • Pura Dangin Pasar, Batuan village, Gianyar regency
  28
“Tumpek Krulut”, Temple ceremony celebration at:
   
  • Pura Pedharman Bujangga Waisnawa, Besakih
  • Pura Dalem Pemuteran, Jelantik Tojan village, Klungkung
   
December
  1
"Full Moon”, ceremony will celebrate by most Hindu people at most of the Temple, such as:
   
  • Pura Agung Jagatnatha Denpasar
  • Pura Bhatara Kawitan Pura Agung Bangli, downtown of Bangli
  • Pura Pasek Gelgel, Pedungan village, south of Denpasar
  • Pura Kertha, Banyuning village, downtown of Singaraja ( north Bali)
  2
“Buda Cemeng Merakih”, Temple ceremony celebration at:
   
  • Pura Dalem Pulasari Samprangan village, district of Blahbatuh, Gianyar regency
  • Pura Dalem Petitenget, Kerobokan village, district of Kuta, Badung regency
  • Pura Puseh and Desa Silakarang village district of Sukawati village, Gianyar regency
  3
Temple ceremony celebration at:
   
  • Pura Desa, Downtown of Denpasar
  • Pura Dalem Puri, Besakih village, Karangasem regency
  • Pura Dalem, Singakertha village, district of Ubud, Gianyar regency
  • Pura Dalem, Ketewel village, district of Sukawati, Gianyar regency
  • Pura Dalem Puri, Batuan village, Gianyar regency
  • Pura Puncak Payogan, Kedewatan village, district of Ubud, Gianyar regency
  8
“Anggara Kasih Tambir”, Temple ceremony celebration at:
   
  • Pura Tanah Kilap, Suwung Kauh, Denpasar
  • Pura Tanjungsari, Padangbai village, Karangasem regency
  • Pura Merajan Agung, Batuyang village, district of Sukawati, Gianyar regency
  22
“Mother Day”
  25
“Christmas Day”
  31
“Full Moon”, ceremony will celebrate by most Hindu people at most of the Temple,
such as:
   
  • Pura Puncak Gunung Mangun, Tianyar, Kubu Karangasem
  • Pura Agung Jagatnatha, Denpasar
  • Pura Benua Besakih
  • Pura Gunung Rena, Sidemen Karangasem
   
   
Party for welcoming New Year 2013


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