Ter-Teran: Flame War
TRYING NOT TO GET HIT (FLAME WAR)
LOCATION; JASRI VILLAGE, KARANGASEM-Bali – INDONESIA
Ter-Teran is flame war tradition. Is only happening the day before SILENT DAY, and the Day After, once every two years.
At the evening after returning from ngelebar manners at the Jasri beach to do caru offerings, flames of war were held. Hundreds of torches or prakpak danyuh material (leaves dry coconut) tied to and with the fire on, used as weapon. It used to throwing between two groups, also to whose previously do the caru offerings to the ocean is also not spared from the torch attack. This is also means to hold or not allowed the negative energy come follow and entering the village after do offerings / pecaruan on the beach.
His philosophy of which contain the practice of self-control. Although exposed to fire as they pelted each other because no one can throw emotion. When tar-Teran (flame wars), it also contains the meaning for each person / people are always vigilant. If you are not alert and did not fast to avoid danger, will be exposed to toss fire friends. Although affected by the fire, which rarely until it becomes severe burns. After the ceremony no one should keep the anger or revenge.
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