Why Balinese Used Tamiang Decoration on Kuningan Day Ceremony?
1. Kuningan day ceremony is a Balinese Hindu ceremony that marks the end of the 10-day Galungan celebrations. The ceremony is held on the 210th day after the new moon (according to Balinese calendar).
It is believed to be the day when the ancestors and gods return to the heavenly realm. It is a day of gratitude, honoring ancestors and gods, and reaffirming the spiritual connection between the living and the dead.
2. The decorations used during the Kuningan ceremony is Tamiang.
Tamiang is holding symbolic significance and are believed to bring blessings and protection to the family and community and to ensure the continuation of a harmonious relationship between the living and the dead. Tamiang is also an important aspect of Balinese Hinduism and it forms an integral part of the Balinese culture and tradition.
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