Siat Sampian ring Samuan Tiga, Bedulu

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        In English

        [EN] Purnama Jyestha, or full moon’s day of Jyestha in May always brings great enthusiasm for the people of Bedulu, Gianyar. That day, there is annual Pujawali celebration at Pura Samuan Tiga Temple, one of the most ancient temples in Bali. Within the ceremony, there is a unique event called Siat Sampian, or War of Sampian. Among all who attend the ceremony, there are hundreds of men and only 35 women chosen as participants through a sacred ceremony called mapekeling. The chosen ladies are called Jero Permas, while the choosen men are called Jero Parekan. Each contestant tries to strike each other by Sampian, a round-shaped ornament made of yellow coconut leaves. If one can strike their counterpart three times, one wins. The procession also involves circumambulating the temple 11 times while carrying the Sampians. The meaning of Siat Sampian is to calm negative characters inside oneself. By expressing one’s emotion through games and fun activities, their emotion will be directed into a positive way. Each human has hidden emotion, and by expressing it with war arts, such emotion would gradually diminish in a beautiful way.

        In Balinese

        BA Purnama Jyestha ring wulan Mei setata makta panganjekan majeng ring para wargi Desa bedulu, Gianyar. Rahina punika, wenten upacara pujawali nyabran warsa ring Pura Samuan Tiga, silih sinunggil pura sane pinih purwa ring Bali. Ring dudonan upacarane, wenten asiki upacara sane ramya pisan kabawos Siat Sampian, utawi perang sampian. Ring makasami kramane sane rauh, wenten aratus-ratus anak lanang lan wantah sasur anak istri sane kapaica nyarengin ngayah ring Siat Sampian. Makasami sane kapaica puniki kaketek ring upacara kabawos mapekeling. Anak istri sane kapaica ngayah kasengguh Jero Permas, tur sane lanang kasengguh Jero Parekan. Soang-soang pamilet Siat Sampian ngutsahayang ngenenin timpalnyane antuk Sampian ping tiga. Dudonannyane taler kaisinin antuk ngapurwa daksina ping solas ngiterin pura. Tatujon upacara puniki wantah anggen ngalebur sarwa bikas sane ten becik ring angga. Yaning wikas puniki kametuang makadi seni perang, wikas i manusa punika prasida rarem. Soang-soang manusa maduwe wikas sane kapendem ring manah. Yaning mangkin akidik-kidik kametuang sinarengan antuk seni siat-siatan, wikas punika gumanti prasida kararem antuk pamargi sane luwih.

        In Indonesian

        Purnama Jyestha di bulan Mei selalu membawa semangat bagi warga Bedulu, Gianyar. Hari itu, ada upacara pujawali di Pura Samuan Tiga, salah satu pura tua di Bali. Dalam rangkaian piodalan ini, ada satu upacara meriah yang bernama Siat Sampian, atau perang sampian. Di antara semua yang hadir, ada ratusan laki-laki dan hanya sekitar 35 perempuan yang dipilih melalui prosesi ritual mapekeling untuk melaksanakan prosesi ini. Perempuan yang terpilih disebut Jero permas, sedangkan para laki-laki disebut jero parekan. Masing-masing peserta berusaha memukul lawannya dengan jalinan janur yang disebut sampian sebanyak tiga kali. Prosesinya juga diisi dengan mengitari pura sebanyak 11 kali dengan membawa sampian tersebut. Makna Siat Sampian ini adalah sebagai penghalau sifat-sifat buruk dalam diri manusia. Dengan menyalurkan apresiasi lewat seni perang, maka emosi manusia dapat tersalurkan ke jalur yang lebih positif. Masing-masing manusia memiliki emosi yang terpendam, dan dengan menyalurkannya lewat seni perang-perangan, emosi itu dapat diredam sedemikian rupa dengan cara yang indah.


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