Goddess of Prosperity


Hello good people, Today is day to worship Bhatara Sri Sedana, the symbol of Rambut Sedana is unification of the dualism, Purusa and Predana. Bhatara Sri Sedana, often called as Rambut Sedana, the second figure is the personification of God. Deva & Devi Sri Sedana is believed to give good fortune to Hindus, so he was adored by the merchant or businessman. Rambut Sedana is the God of Wealth, the god of prosperity, purity and generosity always associated with Goddess Lakshmi. Rambut Sedana was also honored as the “Goddess of Prosperity” which bestows wealth, gold-silver, and money to humans.

Sri Padi Devi  is the Goddess of prosperity, where Sri widely defined by the beginning, life, happiness. So Sri Padi Devi synonymous with food resources, so he made the Goddess of Agriculture, Rice Goddess and Goddess of Fertility.

Lord Sedana is a God of Abundance, The God of Money and Wealth. Sedana comes from two syllables, the first is “Se” and the second is “Dhana”. “Se” means one or single while “Dhana” means money, material possessions, property, livelihoods. So Sedana or Sedhana is the sole source of wealth or income.

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Warung Babi Guling Pak Dobiel – Bali

untitled-1-dobilThe delicious food in Bali, you must try. If you go to Bali to seek culinary excitement, you might want to spare some time to get a taste of their local delicacies. One of them is Babi Guling, also known as Roast Suckling Pig. It is quite popular in Bali and there are a few babi guling destination such as Babi Guling Bu Oka, Pak Malen and Pak Dobiel. They are located in different areas. While Ibu Oka and Pak Malen are located in Ubud and Seminyak respectively, Pak Dobiel’s humble warung is located in Nusa Dua, in proximity to the Hotel rows of Nusa Dua beach and phone number is (0361) 771 633 Continue reading

Denpasar Festival 2016

Untitled-3-dps.jpgThe 9th edition of the Denpasar Festival will take place in Bali’s capital city 28 – 31 December 2016. “The idea to hold the Denpasar Festival originates from the will to remember the past atmosphere of Jl. Gajah Mada as the center of Denpasar residents’ creative activities,” said Denpasar Mayor IB Dharmawijaya Mantra, as quoted by tempo.co. Under the theme “Padmaksara”, the event will be centered in Puputan Badung Square and will host various kinds of performances as well as an art installation dubbed “Ebullience”, which is displayed as a form of joy in welcoming the new year. In addition to the Denpasar Festival, Bali is slated to host other year-end events like the Panglipuran and Pandawa festivals, which aim to boost tourism and visitor numbers on the island. Continue reading

New Year Eve 2017 in Bali

untitled-4-prtyThe Bali islands are that part of the Indonesian archipelago that has been bestowed with plentiful of nature’s beauty. The scenic beauty along with the warm and friendly approach of the Indonesian population, accounts for the place as being one of the best places in South East Asia that one could possibly celebrate their new year. Let us take a peek at what you can possibly do on 2017 New Year’s Eve in Bali. Continue reading

Penglipuran Village Festival 2016

untitled-1-fstvlPenglipuran Village is a traditional countryside owning unique characteristic life, socializing as well as culture. It is one of the famous Bali Places of Interest located in Kubu Village, Bangli Sub district as well as Bangli Regency. The natural natures and environments of countryside is designating the pittance touch of modernization influence. The cool atmosphere surround the village since it’s location on the height land about 700 meters above sea level. Continue reading

5 Best Seafood Restaurant in Bali – Part 2

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For authentic Cantonese cuisine and live seafood selections, head to Ah Yat Abalone at RIMBA by Ayana in Jimbaran. Part of an acclaimed Hong Kong restaurant chain with 25 venues Asia-wide, Ah Yat features built-in tanks holding over a hundred types of live seafood. Take your pick and the chefs perfectly grill, steam, barbecue or fry your selection with a choice of flavoursome Asian sauces. Open start from 11.00 am – 22.00 pm and telephone number is +62 361 846 846 8 Continue reading

5 Best Seafood Restaurants in Bali – Part 1

The best seafood restaurants in Bali answer to your craving for some good locally caught or imported fish, crab, and shellfish. They welcome you to enjoy dishes prepared hot from the smoking grill or wok and perfectly served with a selection of heavenly sauces – including hot n’ spicy sambal varieties for those who’ve successfully acquired the local taste. With fishermen bringing in local catches daily, you are truly in seafood haven while in Bali. Continue reading

Krisna Funtastic Land – Bali

untitled-4-krsnaBali is one of many places preferred by tourists, local and foreign tourists, it is not surprising because there there are many sites that draw from nature, beaches, history, zoos, water parks and much more, well, if you in Bali which is certainly incomplete without visiting one of the attractions there and there happened to be a new recreation areas that are not to be missed is the Krishna Funtastic  Land. Continue reading

Cooking Classes at Bumbu Bali

Untitled-2-bmbu-bali.jpgBumbu Bali Cooking School is where you can learn about the rich spices, varied ingredients and traditional techniques that go into exotic Balinese dishes. Ever wondered how they finely mince tuna and twirl them over singular flat bamboo sticks to make Balinese-style sate lilit satays? Or, how the favourite ayam betutu slow-grilled chicken can get so super tender, with juicy strips that just fall off the bone? These cooking classes will teach you how it’s done. Hosted by owner, chef and restaurateur Heinz von Holzen, who has many years of five-star resort experience as Executive Chef under his belt, Bumbu Bali Cooking School has enlightened travellers on Balinese cuisine since 1997. The cooking school is sister enterprise of Rumah Bali Bed and Breakfast, and the namesake restaurant where it is held. You enjoy an immersive Balinese kitchen experience, complete with traditional utensils for an authentic feel. Continue reading

Bali Spa & Massages

Bali spas offer many traditional treatments which use local herbs and healing oils. Balinese massage oil is usually made from extracts of ginger (jahe), frangipani (jepun), sandalwood (cendana) and coconut (kelapa). Each of these ingredients have their own uses and special properties. Continue reading