pratima

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Usage Examples

Buka nlimpuk takilan puyung, I Wayan Dunia kasengguh ngamaling pratima purane, yadiastun ia tusing nawang unduk apa-apa.
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Like being tripped over an empty container, I Wayan Dunia was accused of stealing his Temple’s holy relic, even though he has nothing to do with the theft (said of a person who is blmaed for something bad or some wrong act, but who is innocent and did nothing wrong).

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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:   Punika raris sane ngawinang Ekalawya waged nganggen panah santukan baktinnyane sane sujati majeng ring gurunnyane (Mgawe ta ya Drona pratima, manggalanyan pangabhyasa dhanurweda.

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In Indonesian:   Ia tahu bahwa Guru Drona merupakan pengajar pemanah terbaik yang berguru langsung pada Ramaparasu.

In Balinese:   Suang-suang desa ring Bali biasane madue pratima, utawi sesuhunan sane kasuciang tur kapingitang.

In English:   Usually, these sacred masks are repaired by experts called undagi.

In Indonesian:   Biasanya, topeng-topeng sakral ini diperbaiki oleh para ahlinya yang disebut undagi.

In Balinese:   Nebes mateges ngelesang tapel pratima (arca utawi sarwa sane pingit) laut pacang kaanyarang.

In English:   Usually, these sacred masks are repaired by experts called undagi.

In Indonesian:   Biasanya, topeng-topeng sakral ini diperbaiki oleh para ahlinya yang disebut undagi.

In Balinese:   Pratima punika kabenahin biasane ring pura punika, nanging wenten taler sane kabakta ring jeron sang undagi.

In English:   However, usually good days such as full moon’s day, kajeng kliwon, new moon’s day or tumpek are chosen as the first day of work and repair of the pratima.

In Indonesian:   Perbaikan pratima ini biasanya dilangsungkan di pura itu sendiri, namun ada pula yang mengerjakannya di rumah sang undagi.

In Balinese:   Sasampun pratima puniki puput, wenten upacara kabaos Ngereh (cingak entri “Ngereh”) kamargiang.

In English:   Every few years, these pratimas have to be repaired, repainted, or replaced with new ones.

In Indonesian:   Beberapa tahun sekali, pratima-pratima ini harus diperbaiki, dicat ulang, atau diganti dengan yang baru.

In Balinese:   Sasampun pratima marupa tapel, rangda utawi barong wusan kabenahin (cingak entri Nebas Sesuhunan), pratima utawi sesuhunan puniki nenten dados langsung kalinggihang tur kaaturang sembah pangubakti ring pura.

In English:   After the pratima in the form of masks, rangdas or barongs have been repaired (see entry “Nebas Sesuhunan”), those pratima cannot just be directly worshipped in a temple.

In Indonesian:   Setelah pratima-pratima tersebut mendapatkan lagi energi spiritualnya, upacara dilanjutkan dengan mlaspas dan segala rentetan upacara lain yang disepakati oleh para pimpinan desa dan para orang suci.

In Balinese:   Sakewanten, wenten upacara mawasta Ngereh sane kamargiang kusus sasampun utawi sinarengan sareng upacara mlaspas pratima marupa barong utawi rangda.

In English:   These pratimas have to go through a purification ceremony beforehand.

In Indonesian:   Pratima-pratima ini harus mendapatkan upacara penyucian terlebih dahulu.

In Balinese:   Ogoh-ogoh ring kali puniki utawi jaman now tan sakadi pratima kĕmanten.

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