Upacara di Tanggul Taman Ayun,Mengwi, Bali
Anggara Kasih sacred day
Banyu pinaruh, a day after Saraswati day.
Mongah Ritual in Bunutin Village, Kintamani
The gods descend altogether
A holiday for invoking wealth
The closing day of Galungan festivals
Lunar eclipse, is also sacred for the Balinese
Eka Dasa Rudra Ceremony in Besakih
Galungan, Balinese' most splendid festival
Sesolahan Gandrung Bungan Urip ring Nusa Penida
Gebug Ende duel, Seraya
Kartini Day (national holiday)
Kajeng Kliwon, a day of mystics
Dance of the Mighty Lord Ulukuda
Kuningan day, nine days after Galungan
Asking for regular season and crops
Fire bathing for purification
Repelling bad luck for babies
Deer Hunting in Tigawasa
Mud bathing from sacred mangroves
Harmonizing the natural elements
Spinning toy festival in Tamblingan
A prenatal ceremony to purify the foetus
Biggest festival in Sembiran
Crow and snake game from Panji, Buleleng
Asking the nature for land fertility
The famous pandanus war from Tenganan
Spending a night in a holy place
Buffalo racing with wooden bell
Umbilical cord detachment ritual
Mud-smearing festival for Banyuning people
Maligia, a post-cremation ritual
Holy bathing ritual for purification
Tooth-filling ceremony for Balinese teenagers
Fighting in the Batubulan mud
Boating festival in Ketewel
Medicine from fire
A compulsory ritual for new couples in Pedawa
Rice cake war in Susut
Holy bathing ritual in Apuan
Money harvest in Bongan, Tabanan
A special ritual for a three-month old infant
Matching ritual in Tenganan
Unified bamboo stick fighters
Purifying oneself before Nyepi day
Purifying a holy shrine
A ritual for entering puberty
Tearing apart one's dead body
Procession by Teruna and Kerama.
Respecting the Agricultural Tools
Subduing plague ritual
Repairing ritual for a sacred idol
A special ritual for an indigo child
A ritual in a sacred forest
Expelling or Invoking Rain
Dryland paddy farming ceremony
Asking a baby's previous birth
Hanging newborn's placenta in Bayung Gede
Local fruits offering in Sidatapa
Balinese Haloween in Kemenunh
Visiting a newborn with tasty gifts
A special funeral for newborns
A ceremony to protect and preserve coconuts and palms
A soul-giving ceremony to a sacred idol
Ground breaking ceremony
Sapping palm nectar
Barongs go around the village
Village council inauguration ceremony
Barong festival in Tegal village
Twelve days after cremation ceremony
Purifying a building
Ngusaba Guling is a ceremony held once a year at Pura Dalem. This ceremony aims to ask Ida Batari Durga (sakti of Lord Shiva), to provide prosperity and safety.
Ngusaba Nini di sawah
Ngusaba Tegen is also known as Ngusaba Tatag. The Ngusaba Tegen ceremony is a form of gratitude for the residents to worship the God at the Penataran Pasek AbangTemple, Suter Village Kintamani Bangli.
Asking for oracles
Cooking in front of the house
Post-cremation ceremony in Bali
Stepping on fire as demons
Nyepi, Saka new year's day
Bathing the dead body before funeral
A special ritual for twins in Kintamani
Odalan, Piodalan, Puja Wali
"Kissing festival" in Sesetan
Balinese birthday ritual (every 210 days)
Pagerwesi, celebrated splendidly in north Bali
Balinese Hindu cremation ceremony
A purification ceremony after Bali Bombings
Energy-giving ceremony to a sacred thing
Pancawali Krama every 10 years in Besakih
A day before Nyepi
Pangrebongan, a mystic ritual in Kesiman
A ceremony to preserve the nature in Batukaru
Barong assembly in Baturiti
Pawintenan, starting to learn something
Honoring the white storks
How to maintain a holy place
Fullmoon in the fourth month
A day to worship Goddess Sri
Banana war in Tenganan
A day to pay respect to gold and jewelries
Balinese traditional cow racing
Saraswati, day of spiritual knowledge
Barong Brutuk, Sacred mask dancers from Terunyan
Mongah, cultural icon of Bunutin
Fire war tradition
Banana stalk fighting
Siat Sambuk (Coconut Fiber War) is usually carried out the day before Nyepi, which is right on the day of pengrupukan before sunset (sandikala).
Rice Cake War
Water war for purification
Sivaratri, night of Siva
Soma RIbek, Prosperous Monday
Opening festivals before Galungan
A war ritual using banana rib
Fire war in Seraya
Ter-Teran, Fire War in Seraya
New moon's day (tilem)
Tumpek Kandang, a day for animals
Tumpek Krulut, Balinese Valentine's Day
Tumpek Landep, sacred day for metal tools and vehicles
Tumpek Wariga, day for plants
Tumpek Wayang, the most sacred of all Tumpek days
The aoton ceremony is a one oton ceremony which is held when the baby is six months old, which is 210 days.
Kepus puser is a ceremony for babies when the umbilical cord has been released.
Mabiukukung is one of the ceremonies in agriculture. This ceremony has the meaning as an expression of gratitude to Ida Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa in his manifestation as Bhatara Sri (Goddess of Prosperity).
The Mapag Rare ceremony is one of the Manusa Yadnya ceremonies that are carried out after the baby is born.
The tooth-cutting ceremony in Balinese is known as 'matatah', masangih, and 'mapandes'. This ceremony is one part of the implementation of the Manusa Yadnya ceremony that must be carried out.
The mawinten ceremony is a ceremony of inner and outer purification for functionaries who have special karmic uses in the fields of religion, custom, and culture.
The munggah daha or teruna ceremony is an adult ceremony for the boys and the girls.
Sesangi is a promise that was once said as a request. If the request is granted, it must be fulfilled by carrying out the "mayah/naur sesangi" ceremony. Naur sesangi ceremony is a ritual of keeping promises.
The Pagedong-gedongan ceremony spiritually is an effort to clean and maintain the womb related to the safety of the baby while in the womb.
The word pawiwahan comes from the Sanskrit word 'wiwaha' which means marriage or marriage. The meaning of this ceremony is the ratification of marriage in husband and wife bonds.
The Telung Oton ceremony is held when the baby is 630 days old. This cremony aims to commemorate the day of his birth and is usually followed by cutting his hair for the first time (magundul).
The teething ceremony or ngempugin is carried out when the child's teeth begin to grow for the first time.
Tutug Kambuhan Ceremony is a ceremony for babies who are forty-two days old.
A ceremony using half-cooked pork
Harvest ritual in Bungaya
Delivering dodol snacks as a form of gratitude to the CreatorDelivering dodol snacks as a form of gratitude to the Creator
Religious festivals honor the goddess Sri
Feeding the sacred monkeys
Ancient human puppets telling Ramayana
Wiwaha, marriage ceremony