- share a meal together
Raja Karangasem, I Gusti Agung Anglurah Ketut Karangasem, kocap pinaka raja kapertama pengawit tradisi ring warsa 1614 Caka utawi 1692 Masehi.[example 1]
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Magibung ring Pura Pasek Celagi, pinaka dudonan ngerayunang sane nyihnayang pasemetonan ring kahuripan krama Bali. magibung pinaka dudonan makudang-kudang jadma malinggih sareng-sareng tur ngajeng ring siki piring ageng sane pateh. Tradisi magibung puniki mawit saking Kabupaten Karangasem. Kruna "Magibung" mawit saking basa Bali "gibung" sane mateges "saling medum sareng sane lianan". Kaarsa Raja Anglurah Karangasem saking Kerajaan Karangasem sane ngawitin "magibung" puniki. Kaceritayang ring luas nyimbarang wewidangan inucap, raja miwah prejurit ipun lunga meyuda. Sesampune jaya ring meyuda, raja kesarengin prejurit ipun ngemanggihin genah masandekan miwah genah ngerayunang. Raja nganikayang mangda samian ipun ngajeng sareng - sareng dados asiki ring daun sane ageng pisan. Ring patingetan punika, raja nandang utawi nerima pasemetonan prajurit ipun, dudonan punika ngeruntuhang pabinayan wangsa ring sanding ipun samian.[example 2]
Megibung in Pasek Celagi temples. is a dining occasion that demonstrates togetherness in Balinese life. It is an activity where some people sit together and share the food from one big plate. The tradition that originated in the Karangasem regency. The word Megibung derives from the Balinese word gibung, which means “share with each other”. Supposedly, King Anglurah Karangasem of Karangasem Kingdom was the pioneer of Megibung. It is said that during his expedition to expand his region, the majesty and his soldiers went into several wars. After winning the war, the king and his troops found a place to unwind and to eat. The King commanded that all of them would eat together from one huge leaf. During the feast, the King enjoyed togetherness with his troops so much, it tore down the social differences between them all.