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PENGERUPUKAN DAY(PUPPET OGOH OGOH)

The culture of Balinese sculpture depicting Bhuta Kala personality. In the teachings of Hindu Dharma, Bhuta Kala represents strength (Bhu) of the universe and time (Kala) are not measurable and irrefutable.

 

 

 

Ogoh-ogohare works of art in the culture of Balinese sculpture depicting Bhuta Kala personality. In the teachings of Hindu Dharma, Bhuta Kala represents strength (Bhu) of the universe and time (Kala) are not measurable and irrefutable.

In the embodiment of the statue in question, Bhuta Kala portrayed as large and intimidating; usually in the form of Rakshasa.

 

In addition to the form of Rakshasa, Ogoh-ogoh often depicted in the form of the creatures that live in Mayapada, heaven and Naraka, such as: dragon, elephant ,, Widyadari, even In the process, there are made to resemble famous people, such as the leaders of the world , artists or religious leaders and even criminals. Related to this, there is also a political one or SARA although actually it deviate from the basic principle Ogoh-ogoh. Examples Ogoh-ogoh depicting a terrorist.

 

 

In the main function, Ogoh-ogoh as representation BhutaKala, made ahead of Nyepi Day rollicking and paraded around the village at dusk Pangrupukan, the day before Nyepi.

 

According to the scholars and practitioners of the Hindu Dharma, this process symbolizes human conviction in the power of the universe and the time that is most powerful. That power includes the power Bhuana Court (universe) and Bhuana Alit (man).

In view Tattwa (philosophy), this power can deliver living creatures, especially to human beings and the whole world to happiness or destruction. All this depends on the intention of the noble man, as God's most precious creature in keeping himself and the rest of the world

 

 

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