RELIGIOUS SYSTEM IN INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES OF BENA VILLAGE

I Gusti Ngurah Jayanti

Abstract


Bena Village is a traditional village that still holds its customs, tradition and religion. The belief to worship
of ancestral spirits still exists although some people have been as a Christian. The problem of this study is how the
religious systems of indigenous communities in Bena village. The method of the study is interpretive descriptive
qualitative method. In the result discussion of the study explained that the worship of ancestral spirits is reflected
in the various religious rituals procession. There are always the power of ancestral spirits in each ritual. Start from
the toothfilling ceremony, building a house ceremony, manufacture of Ngadhu and Bhaga ceremony, those all were
done with ritual worship of ancestral spirit.
Keywords: System of Religion, Life cycle, Symbols

Keywords


System of Religion, Life cycle, Symbols

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14203/widyariset.15.1.2012.11–18

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