Kesiman comes from the word "Ku" and "Sima". This is written in Babad Wangayah which tells about the existence of Pakraman Kesiman Village. The word "Sima" in the context of the word "Watu Sima" means a sacred boundary stone. The syllable "Siman" means boundary, edge, free possession of a rice field or village plot and others that are free of tax or other obligations.
Pura Agung Petilan is located approximately 4km east of Denpasar city, in the Kesiman area and is very easy to reach with both private and public transportation, this temple is known as the Ngerebong ceremony, a tradition that involves all penyungsung Pura who suffer from imprisonment by thrusting kris into their breasts while circling wantilan 3 times. The post at this temple takes place every 210 days (6 months of the Bali calendar), namely: redite pon medangsia, 8 days after the Kuningan holiday.
At first the ceremony was one of a series of guardian puja in Pura Dalem Kesiman which took place on wraspati wage wuku sungsang which coincided with Sugian Jawa day. Pura Dalem Kesiman is a Kesiman family shrine. After the ceremony at Pura Dalem Kesiman, the ceremony continues at the Petilan Temple. The ceremony at the temple took place on the day of Umanis Galungan, while the ceremonies were held, among others; Ceremonies of Panyekeban, Nyanjan, Pemendakan, Nuwur, Ngerenteng, Mider Gita, Nanda (Nyapu Jagat), Mawayang wayang, Melanang lanang, Mebrata and as a closing ceremony are followed by all the activities of the Petilan Temple. On the inside of the innards there is a row of east facing west, there are three bale (gedong lined up each called: Gedong Pengerob, ie the northernmost gedong is pelinggih from ida as the temple of Amanca relatives in the kesiman area, Gedong dalem / gedong balila patila is the most big among other gedong, this Bale gedong is pelinggih from Ida Dalem Kesiman (Ida Bhatara Mutering jagat) in this place is stored pratima pralingga statue owned by pura dalem kesiman.The village gedong (also called the long hall) is the southernmost, is pelinggih / stana from Ida Bhatara / Bhatari from each Kahyangan Desa in the Kesiman area.
On soma day, I was held a cupping ceremony at Petilan Temple. A week later a ceremony known as the Pangerebongan ceremony was held. This ceremony is very well known and anticipated throughout the community, especially Kesiman. The Pangerebongan ceremony is a Bhuta Yad ceremony usually held at 09.00 in the morning, the Tabuh Rah ceremony is held with 3 pairs of cockfighting. The goal is to neutralize negative forces to become positive forces. So that the ceremony procession can run smoothly and the community is given happiness. The event continued with the presence of Manca and Prasanak Pangerep candi Petilan with the visit of Barong and Rangda which were housed in Petilan Temple to attend the Pangerbongan ceremony. Previously the ceremony was held at the Musen Temple east of the Petilan Temple on the western edge of the Ayung river. After returning from the purification process, the Pangerebongan ceremony begins.
The Bali Ngerebong tradition itself also has a purpose, namely to entice Hindus to continue to harmonize human relations with God, humans with fellow humans, and humans with nature or what is known as Tri Hita Karana. Indeed, there is no definite origin or history about Ngerebong, but the community continues to preserve it.
Oleh : KKN/PPM Univ.Warmadewa 2018/Kesiman Petilan
- 28 Agustus 2018
- Oleh: kesimanpetilan
- Dibaca: 67 Pengunjung
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