Preserve Culture of Dance of Pendet.

Preserve Culture of Dance of Pendet.
Pendet Dance
Pendet is a dance of worship that many exhibited in temples. Pendet a statement of the offerings in the form of a ceremonial dance. Unlike dances performances that require intensive training, Pendet be danced by everyone, pemangkus men and women, rural women and girls.

Dance created by the early 70's by this artist I Nyoman Kaler, describing the welcome of the decline to the natural gods Marcapada. This dance is an offering in the form of ritual dance. Unlike the dances performances that require intensive training, this dance is taught simply follow the movement. The young girls follow the movements of the women who are more senior.

Pendet sung in groups or pairs, shown after the Rejang dance in the courtyard temple. Usually the dancers facing toward the sacred (pelinggih) wearing ceremonial dress and each dancer brings sangku, jugs, bowls and other equipment offerings. Besides Pendet, in Bali there are several types of dances that brought the girls or women for completeness implementation of religious rituals or ceremonies.

Gradually, over the times, the artists transform Pendet to 'welcome' ™. A sprinkling of flowers spread before the guests as an expression of welcome. However, this dance contains charges remain sacred and religious.

As Pendet, this dance is feminine in nature, because it requires the movements graceful like a dance Sanghyang Dedari, Rejang dance, and dance Sutri Gabor. Balinese dances are staged for the purpose of religious ritual dance called guardians, are staging outside the temple is called Balih-balihan.


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