Yadnya

  • now used to denote a religious ceremony or rite. Sometimes a distinction is made between upacara and yadnya, in that the former is a ceremony, which is sekala, whereas the latter, yadnya, is what you do at a ceremony, i.e. worship, which is niskala.
  • originally meant oblation, sacrifice, or worship
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Usage Examples

Sarahina iraga setata ngaturang yadnya sesa
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⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Dictionary


In Balinese:   Citra kelih saking keluwarga seniman balih-balihan purwa sane pecak masolah ka desa-desa ritepengan wenten upacara yadnya.

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In Indonesian:   Citra tumbuh dalam keluarga seniman pertunjukan tradisi yang sering pentas dari desa ke desa dalam upacara ritual Hindu di Bali.

In Balinese:   Desa puniki maduwe makudang kudang upakara yadnya soang- soang, sane nenten prasida kapanggihin ring desa tiosan.

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