daksina

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  • one of the most important kinds of offerings, consisting of a bucket shaped basket (kakul or wakul) made of coconut or lontar leaves in which is placed a whole shaved coconut, uncooked rice, egg, decorative leaves (plawa), fruit, ingredients of the betel chew and other foods. The daksina represents the world and all of the foods available in it. The water of the world is in the coconut. The container of a daksina is called wakul. The terms wakul and kakul are used interchangeably in various localities. (Noun)
  • south
Andap
daksina
Kasar
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Alus sor
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Alus mider
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Alus madya
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Alus singgih
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Mider
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Bali dataran dialect
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Bali aga dialect
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Usage Examples

Daksina yana.
[example 1]
Travel the sun to the south of the equator.

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Meme meli daksina di peken.
Mom bought daksina at the market.

Pejatine misi nyuh daksina mawadah srobong.
No translation exists for this example.

⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Library


In Balinese:   Buah nyuhe dadi anggon daksina banten, anggon pariasan, dadi anggon lengis tandusan, anggon ajeng-ajengan, jaje miwah ajangan nasi.

In English:  

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Saking palinggih, ista dewata sane marupa daksina linggih utawi pratima katuntun lunga ring Pangubengan.

In English:   From Palinggih, Ista Dewata (the deity) in the form of Daksina Linggih is led to Pangubengan.

In Indonesian:   Dari palinggih, ista dewata dalam wujud daksina linggih dituntun ke Pangubengan.

In Balinese:   Nganinin indik niskala maiketan sareng indik religi utawi agama ring krama adat Bali contonyane nunas paica ngunggahang daksina (bebantenan utawi sarana upakara ring Hindu) kantos Covid-19 ical.

In English:   Handling Covid-19 with an approach from the Tri Hita Karana side is important considering that Bali is living with people that has the role of Desa Adat in it.

In Indonesian:   Oleh sebab itu, dengan berpedoman dari aturan yang ditetapkan oleh Pemerintah Pusat, Pemerintah Daerah Provinsi Bali juga mengimplementasikannya sesuai dengan kondisi di Bali.

In Balinese:   Dudonannyane taler kaisinin antuk ngapurwa daksina ping solas ngiterin pura.

In English:   The procession also involves circumambulating the temple 11 times while carrying the Sampians.

In Indonesian:  
  1. I Gusti Ketut Anom, dkk. 2008. Dinas Kebudayaan Kota Denpasar.Kamus Bali-Indonesia.