subak organization

Post on 22 December 2021 | Dilihat 1035 Kali

The fertility of the paddy fields and dry fields in Kenderan Village is associated with the mythology of Ida Brahmin Griya Sakti Manuaba who begged for water for rice fields from the rulers at Lake Batur with a diameter as wide as Patin Kandik Melinder (Kandik = A tool for breaking wood with a long handle (Pati) of about 80 cm. Melinder = rotating where one end is the axis, thus forming a circle). This was told by Jro Mangku Pura Catur Manuaba.

Another story from Father Renyep from Banjar Gunaksa who was directly involved in the construction of the Subak Temple at Empelan Pura Buka in Banjar Bayad, Kedisan Village, relates that with the power of Jnana through the practice of meditation, Ida Brahmin Griya Sakti Manuaba gave rise to the Nine Points of the Holy Spring (Tirtha). The seven points of the Spring flow through the rice fields in Subak which are included in the area of the Manuaba and Kenderan Traditional Villages. The two springs flow into the Subak rice fields in Laplapan Village, Ubud.

The Seven Holy Springs (Tirtha) are then known as Tirtha Campuhan Pitu (The Unity of the 7 Holy Springs) whose water flow is believed to be a blessing for fertility and a means of Penglukatan Dasa Mala (Cleaning/healing ritual with water).

There are eleven Subak in Kenderan Village, namely:

  1. Subak Dlod Blungbang
  2. Subak Celang
  3. Subak Patas
  4. Subak Gunung
  5. Subak Uma Lawas Kaja
  6. Subak Uma Lawas Kelod
  7. Subak Munggu
  8. Subak Penganyangan
  9. Subak Kenderan
  10. Subak Dukuh
  11. Subak Pinjul

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