Balinese family were receiving holy water before starting their prayer. [2013: E O]
Dressing up in Balinese kebaya and white kook or safari, Balinese women and men were marching down to the nearest temple to say their morning prayer and give their offering. Today, Balinese are celebrating Galungan day.
Galungan is celebrated to remind human beings that we should always fight the battle against the bad habit and evil desires. It is celebrated once in 210 days according to the Balinese calendar.
On Galungan day, usually Balinese decorate their house and their temple. The most striking and noticeable decoration is penjor that they put in front of their house. Penjor is a bamboo pool which is decorated with unhulled rice, coconut leaves and coconut, which represent the nature.
To all my Hindu Balinese friends, Rahajeng nyanggra rahina Galungan lan Kuningan
Balinese man was receiving holy water from Jero Truni before starting his prayer [2013: E O]
Offering flower [2013: E O]
Jero truno truni helped Pemangku to give holy water to the Hindu Balinese before they started their prayer [2013: E O]
Pemangku / Priest gave holy water to Balinese before they started their morning prayer on Galungan day in the Nyuh Kuning temple [2013: E O]
Balinese women were purchasing offering flower in Ubud Market [2013: E O]
Balinese women were carrying offering to the temple on Galungan day. [2013: E O]