Sunday, May 18, 2014

About Galungan in April 2014

About Galungan in April 2014Galungan Day is celebrated by Hindus in Bali in April 2014, is always celebrated on Wednesday. There are many interrelated series of days before and after the celebration of Galingan. But the most significant day in every celebration of Galungan is the day Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. On Tuesday called by Penampahan Galungan, on Wednesday called Galungan Day, and on Thursday called Manis Galungan day. On each day has a different meaning.

Penampahan Galungan is a day for slaughtering of cattle, pigs, chickens, ducks. Penampahan means slaughter. When Penampahan Galungan, Balinese people make a variety of foods from pork and chicken meat. The food is made ​​to last up to three days, even more. Food that can last a long time is tum, satay, Balinese sozis, and timbungan. The food is well-liked by most of the people of Bali. When Penampahan Galungan, Hindus in Bali also makes Penjor, decorate Families temple with fabrics, and clean the yard.

After Penampahan day, the next day is the The day of Galungan. Peak The day for celebrating of Galungan. All Hindus in Bali will pray at the Temple family, and in the nearest temple. The day most preferred by children, because they get a lot of food, getting money from relatives, wearing new clothes. After the prayer, usually done with visiting relatives nearby, stay in touch with each other. When The day of Galungan in Bali, all full color, the feel of Bali is very pronounced.

The next day, on Thursday, called Manis Galungan. Manis means sweet, happy, fun, joyful, happy. So when the day, both Hindus who celebrate Galungan Day, can do a fun activity. Usually done with a walk, recreation, go to the mall, to the place of entertainment. Lots of fun things to do. So Manis Galungan Day is the most nice and fun to hang out with family.

In Bali, Galungan celebration day is designated as a holiday. Schools and offices were closed to provide an opportunity for residents of Bali to prepare and celebrate Galungan with completely untrammeled work. So the Galungan celebrations can be more meaningful and memorable. However shops, banks, hotels, and public services are usually not applying the holidays. So employees work around this by creating a flexible schedule.