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Pangkaja: Jurnal Agama Hindu
ISSN : 14127474     EISSN : 26232510     DOI : -
Pangkaja: Jurnal Agama Hindu dengan No ISSN 1412-7474 dan e-ISSN 2623-2510 yang dikeluarkan oleh LIPI dikelola oleh Pascasarjana Institut Hindu Dharma Negeri Denpasar dan diterbitkan oleh IHDN Denpasar Jurnal Pangkaja adalah media untuk mempublikasikan hasil penelitian yang berkaitan dengan berbagai masalah Agama, Sosial dan Budaya Hindu yang semakin kompleks dewasa ini seiring perkembangan globalisasi. Jurnal ini terbit dua kali dalam setahun yakni pada bulan Maret dan September. Fokus Jurnal Pangkaja : Agama Hindu, Sosial dan Budaya Hindu
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NILAI EGALITARIANSME DALAM HUKUM KARMAPHALA Asli, Luh
PANGKAJA: JURNAL AGAMA HINDU Vol 21, No 1 (2018)
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All the creation are governed by the The Law of Karmaphala. Every action of His creation will certainly reward / produce reward. If good behavior is done, then good also result obtained. Con- versely, if the bad behavior is done, then the bad also harvested both during their whole life. This law of Karmaphala binds all of its creations, only in other terms mentioned in terms of causation, action-reaction and others. Karmaphala?s law is fair, objective, scientific, egalitarian and sophisti- cated. It is responsible for averything. If it is not responsible for all that human beings do, the virtues will be metabolized, because the essential principles are powerless to bind them. For that the law of Karmaphala not escape from all of God?s creation, only reward to be accepted there is slowly fast. Nevertheless it still has to be accounted for or the reward for his actions harvested as good as bad, big small karma done. Understanding of the concept of Karmaphala makes a better generation, a generation that obeys the principle.
EGALITARIANISME DALAM TRADISI DAN UPACARA DI DESA KUNO KECAMATAN TEJAKULA KABUPATEN BULELENNG Suardeyasa, I Gusti Nyoman
PANGKAJA: JURNAL AGAMA HINDU Vol 21, No 1 (2018)
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The purpose of this paper is to describe the egalitarianism of traditions and ceremonies that exist in the three villages, for example the ritual development of ceremonial traditions which can still be found to exist today from the ancient conservatives to the already modern adaktif, namely the Julah village, Les Village and Tejakula Village in several aspects related to the tradition of Pitra Yadnya and Sanggah Kemulan ceremonies. The data were collected by observation and literature study. Data analysis was done by descriptive interpretative. The results of this study can be described that: Village Julah perform Atma Wedana ceremony without performing ngabu ceremony. The Sanggah kemulan there is only one palinggih rong telu. Les village performs ceremony pitra yadnya with series of ceremony nyubrahma, matuun, ngalukat until nebas without doing ngabu. Tejakula Village belongs to an adactive village which has conducted mass ceremony of Ngaben. Sanggah Kemulan in Tejakula Village only at his parent house as uwed the origin of the family. Can be concluded tat- twa basically, the essence of the implementation of ceremonial traditions and sanggah kemulan that there exists egaliterianisme between the three.
PUDARNYA EGALITARIANISME PADA ARSITEKTUR BALI AGA Suyoga, I Putu Gede
PANGKAJA: JURNAL AGAMA HINDU Vol 21, No 1 (2018)
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The architecture of Bali Aga is an artifact in Balinese civilization. The concept of social relation of kesamen as an egalitarian tradition of Bali Aga society, besides forming equality in social in- teraction, apparently also affect architectural spatial and building in Bali Aga villages. This study uses qualitative method with analytical descriptive approach and data collection with observation and documentation. Informant determination was done by purposive sampling. Data analysis is based on Gramsci?s theory of domination and hegemony, as well as the theory of adaptation. The result of the research shows the form of building, spatial arrangement pattern, building material, and circulation system, have similarities between buildings with each other, so also in the layout of village settlements is relatively the same as applying linear pattern ?straight line? kaja-kelod with the center of communal activity in the center of the village. This uniformity was established for a long time, before it finally faded due to Bali Majapahit?s cultural pressures in the Balinese period. The architectural identity struggle produces a new artifact of neo architecture Bali Aga as a Bali Aga hybrid architecture with Bali Majapahit who contribute in the area of   Bali Aga villages. The results of architectural adaptation can be observed in architecture parhyangan, pawongan, public, and village spatial.
PEMBELAJARAN HUMANISTIK DALAM PENDIDIKAN AGAMA HINDU BERBASIS LOKAL GENIUS Temon Astawa, I Nyoman
PANGKAJA: JURNAL AGAMA HINDU Vol 21, No 2 (2018)
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Hinduism-based local genius education in humanistic learning in schools is an effort to implement values to achieve education with the nation's noble values. This local genius is very appropriate to be applied to Hindu religious education so it needs to be developed and re-socialized so that it can humanize humans. Many teachers or educators in less contextual learning rely solely on reading and memorizing, so there is saturation in learning. This article tries to discuss the form of learning that emphasizes on students themselves which are not just as objects, apply as subjects that deserve to be respected and aligned with their position. Hindu values, especially those based on local genius, display many humanist aspects that can be adopted by educators and then applied to students. The advantage gained from  learning that   is based on local genius in addition to education itself is also on the sustainability of the local genius. This integration presents a harmonious relationship between education and local culture. Between local culture and education no longer collide with each other so that the elimination between one of them can be avoided.
KASTA DAN WARNA: SEBUAH KRITIK DALAM MASYARAKAT EGALITER Sudarsini, Ni Nengah
PANGKAJA: JURNAL AGAMA HINDU Vol 21, No 1 (2018)
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The caste system is one of the foundations of the emergence of social problems in society. Indeed caste is one of the tactics of colonists in the Dutch colonial period that tried to influence and divide the unity and unity of Balinese society, making it easy to conquer. Actually known as Catur Warna, the goal is not to distinguish one group from another vertically, but because of the procession and ability of each individual. Here it is clear that warna is the name for people who master a particular field. If the society is not organized by warna, then there will be problems arising in social life. From this concept it is important to emphasize that everyone has the right to increase his or her dignity to be superior to others. All of warna have the opportunity to develop goodness for the sake of lofty ideals, this is the real principle of equality or egalitarianism. In a spiritual perspective, the real hu- man existence is the identification or recognition of the self with the atma that in Hinduism involves the principle of yoga that God is in every human being, therefore, the principle of Godhead in every being is the same. This means that God is in all beings so that there is unity in all of His creations.
GAGASAN EGALITARIANISME DALAM PERMAINAN DOLANAN SEBAGAI MEDIA PENDIDIKAN KARAKTER ANAK SEKOLAH DASAR Tristaningrat, Made Adi Nugraha
PANGKAJA: JURNAL AGAMA HINDU Vol 21, No 1 (2018)
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This study aims: 1) to Integrating Dolanan in the local content of Egalitarinism is the internalization of the value of character education into learning so that the result is an awareness of the importance of values, and 2) to forming a positive character for children and habituation of personality values into the behavior of everyday learners through learning process both in and out of the classroom. In fact, in line with the condition of the technology and science content learned, this moral education has been abandoned by many schools. Traditional games can be an alternative that can be incorpo- rated into game activities to hone and develop matters relating to character education. The result of research that is 1) Dolanan with egalitarian conceptcan be integrated into the local content SD Ed- ucation is the internalization of the value of character education into the learning so that the results obtained awareness of the importance of values, and 2) Dolanan with egalitarian conceptcan can form a positive character for children and the habituation of personality values into the behavior of everyday learners through learning process both in and out of the classroom.
HARMONISASI ANTAR UMAT BERAGAMA DI LOMBOK Wirata, I Wayan
PANGKAJA: JURNAL AGAMA HINDU Vol 21, No 1 (2018)
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Cultural diversity in the middle of pluralism is one of the assets of national and state life in Indone- sia. Culture, then, is thus one of the most appropriate alternatives for integrating ethnicity, ethnicity and religion under an inclusive and democratic order. With the appreciation of culture and the pres- ervation of traditional values  w ill create a harmony and integrity of Lombok society. In some Hindu literature the concept of unity and unity is contained in the teaching of kuntumbakam and tatvam ation which means all brothers and I are you. Thus the unity, brotherhood, and togetherness creates a family atmosphere towards peace. The existence of such understanding and views as a strong foundation so as to stimulate the presence of caring and and togetherness that is based on a sense of affection towards others. It is necessary to get serious attention in order to cultivate increasing the harmony and adherence of religious people in Lombok. Referring to the above view there are several things that can be used as a reference in increasing harmonization of religious harmony in Hindu?s view: a) Eliminating feelings of suspicion or hostility towards followers of other religions; b) Does not marginalize or blame a person for making a mistake; c) Providing a sense of appreciation of other people in carrying out their worship, in addition to not interfere with other people who are worshiping; and d) avoid discrimination against other religions.
PUDARNYA EGALITARIANISME PADA ARSITEKTUR BALI AGA Gede Suyoga, I Putu
PANGKAJA: JURNAL AGAMA HINDU Vol 21, No 1 (2018)
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The architecture of Bali Aga is an artifact in Balinese civilization. The concept of social relation of kesamen as an egalitarian tradition of Bali Aga society, besides forming equality in social in- teraction, apparently also affect architectural spatial and building in Bali Aga villages. This study uses qualitative method with analytical descriptive approach and data collection with observation and documentation. Informant determination was done by purposive sampling. Data analysis is based on Gramsci?s theory of domination and hegemony, as well as the theory of adaptation. The result of the research shows the form of building, spatial arrangement pattern, building material, and circulation system, have similarities between buildings with each other, so also in the layout of village settlements is relatively the same as applying linear pattern ?straight line? kaja-kelod with the center of communal activity in the center of the village. This uniformity was established for a long time, before it finally faded due to Bali Majapahit?s cultural pressures in the Balinese period. The architectural identity struggle produces a new artifact of neo architecture Bali Aga as a Bali Aga hybrid architecture with Bali Majapahit who contribute in the area of   Bali Aga villages. The results of architectural adaptation can be observed in architecture parhyangan, pawongan, public, and village spatial.
NILAI KARAKTER DALAM LAWAK BALI “HAI PUJA” Ayu Suciartini, Ni Nyoman
PANGKAJA: JURNAL AGAMA HINDU Vol 21, No 2 (2018)
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The presence of parody or comedy in Bali using Balinese language can be an effective medium to instill the values of character to teenagers, especially millennial generation. The emergence of Balinese rhymes with the name ?Hai Puja? in social media is importantly appreciated as one of the media to instill the values of the characters because in parody, Hai Puja insert various moral messages in accordance with the times and easily accepted by the present generation. This study aims to describe the character values contained in every episode of Balinese poetry ?Hi Puja?. The theory used in this research is character education theory. This research uses descriptive qualitative design with assisted documentation method and questionnaire. The results of this study conclude that there is a character value contained in every joke uploaded on youtube by Hai Puja. Character values that arise include independent characters, hard work, discipline, respect, and tolerance. All of these character values are very effectively implanted and developed, especially for millenial generations that spend more time in cyberspace.
PROSESI UPACARA PERKAWINAN ADAT BALI DI DESA DUDA TIMUR Pawana, I Gede
PANGKAJA: JURNAL AGAMA HINDU Vol 21, No 2 (2018)
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Traditional Balinese wedding ceremonies in various forms adapt to local customs. This can be seen from the series of events, the ideas used, and the specific rules that apply to the bride. Like for example what happened in Duda Timur Village is a bit different from the traditions in the surrounding area. However, although the variations appear to be different, all of these traditions are patterned in preparation, im- plementation and post-implementation. In the village of Duda Timur itself, the preparatory ceremony begins with the selection of a good day which is very important, because the success of the ritual and the consequences of the future marriage are determined by the choice of the day. After the day is determined, according to the schedule the process will be carried out such as ngentenin, mebasan pupur, ngungkab lawang and mejauman. This article describes in detail the description of the implementation of the cer- emony from preparation to post-ceremony. Each stage is carried out well because there are symbols or messages to be conveyed and must be known by the bride, so that when they are married they are ready for their new life.

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