Kajeng

  • third day of the 3-day week
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Kajeng Kliwon dari Alit Joule.jpg
Kajeng Kliwon

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(16 Januari 2014)
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⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Dictionary


In Balinese:   Sujatine, Kajeng Kliwon mawit saking rahina Ekadasi sane rauh nyabran molas lemeng.

In English:   Many people, therefore, take opportunity on this day to practice mystic capabilities and yogic powers.

In Indonesian:   Pada hari ekadasi, umat Hindu berpuasa dan menghindari kegiatan yang negatif.

In Balinese:   Nika mawinan krama Baline ngelidin malelungaan rikala Kajeng Kliwon.

In English:   Therefore, the Balinese avoid going out for serious purposes on this day.

In Indonesian:   Hari raya ini jatuh setiap lima belas hari sekali, saat hari pasaran Kajeng bertemu dengan hari pasaran Kliwon.

In Balinese:   Kajeng maatros ‘lanying’.

In English:   According to the Vedic Literature, Ekadasi is the most sacred and holiest day among all other days between full moon’s day and ne moon’s day.

In Indonesian:   Jika dilanggar, orang itu bisa menderita sakit pinggang.

In Balinese:   Rahina puniki rauh nyabran molas lemeng, rikala Kajeng lan Kliwon rauh ring rahina sane pateh.

In English:   This holiday falls every fifteen days according to Balinese calendar, when Kajeng day of three-day week meets Kliwon day in fife-day week (the Balinese has one-day week up to ten-day week calendar system.

In Indonesian:   Apabila kajeng kliwon jatuh pada minggu sebelum purnama, maka disebut kajeng kliwon enyitan.

In Balinese:   Krama Baline nyadin indike tan dados macek-macekan utawi nyujukang paguan ring rahina Kajeng Kliwon.

In English:   Kajeng means ‘sharp’, and the Balinese believe that one should not do any nailing activities or fencing activitities.

In Indonesian:  

In Balinese:   Yaning Kajeng Kliwon rauh sadurung purnama, nika mawasta Kajeng Kliwon Enyitan.

In English:   The regular seven-day week is one of them!).

In Indonesian:   Apabila jatuh pada minggu tilem disebut Kajeng Kliwon Uwudan.

In Balinese:   Yaning rauh sadurung tilem, nika mawasta Kajeng Kliwun Uwudan.

In English:   If Kajeng Kliwon falls on the waxing fortnight, it is called Kajeng Kliwon Enyitan.

In Indonesian:   Kajeng Kliwon adalah hari suci karena pada hari ini alam semesta melakukan proses penyucian dan peremajaan.

In Balinese:   [BA] Kajeng Kliwon makeh kasengguh makantian sareng aji kesaktian.

In English:   [EN] Kajeng Kliwon is mostly related to mystic power by the Balinese.

In Indonesian:   [ID] Kajeng Kliwon adalah hari yang banyak dikaitkan dengan ilmu mistik, karena itu masyarakat Bali menghindari bepergian pada hari Kajeng Kliwon.
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In Balinese:   Kajeng Kliwon wantah rahina suci duaning ring rahina puniki jagate nyuciang, nyomiang tur nyegerang awak ipun.

In English:   If it falls on the wanning fortnight, it is called Kajeng Kliwon Uwudan.

In Indonesian:   Karena itu, banyak orang memanfaatkan hari Kajeng Kliwon ini untuk mempraktikkan ilmu yoga atau ilmu mistik.

In Balinese:   Nika mawinan, akeh para janane ngarereh dewasa ring Kajeng Kliwon yaning jagi ngelar aji kasaktian tur yoga.

In English:   Kajeng Kliwon is a sacred holiday because on this day, the universe is said to purify and rejuvenate itself.

In Indonesian:   Sebenarnya, Kajeng Kliwon berasal dari perayaan Ekadasi yang jatuh lima belas hari sekali, menjelang tilem dan menjelang purnama.
  1. vidio lan puisi: Alit Joule, Puisi: Made Suar-Timuhun