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Nyiramin  

by on Friday, 6 October 2006No Comment | 1,791 views

It is very common before proceeding to burial or cremation, the dead body is bathed by holy water – called “Nyiramin”.

Start on early morning, the Nyiramin ceremony is begun with the purifying of ceremonial equipments that are going to be used in the Mendak Tirta procession. In this procession, the holy water is taken from Water Spring near the river followed by Angklung and other members.

Mendak Tirta procession

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Angklung, one of balinese gambelan instruments

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Penusangan, a place where the dead body is bathed

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The dead body is bathed by holy water

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