Ngaturang

  • in temple or family temple at which offerings are made to the gods of the temple and prayers are addressed to the gods inviting them now to go home, usually the last act in the odalan
  • presenting of food when a shrine is repaired or other ceremonies when food is presented
  • to speak about
Media
ngaturang
Kasar
Unknown [edit]
Halus
ngaturang
Northern Form
Unknown [edit]

Usage Examples

The temple prayer of Balinese people in general consists of three parts: Pengajum

(worship to the majesty of God), ngaturang suksma (manifestation of gratefulness), and

nunas sinampura or panaksama (apology for sins).

  1. Sugi Lanus, "Puja Tri Sandhya: Indian Mantras Recomposed and Standardised in Bali" The Journal of Hindu Studies 2014; 7:243–272