Sagara-Giri: Waterscapes of Bali, a Philosophical Reflection with Reference to Tutur Texts

Suamba, Ida Bagus Putu and Sri Mahapatni, Ida Ayu Putu (2015) Sagara-Giri: Waterscapes of Bali, a Philosophical Reflection with Reference to Tutur Texts. In: International Seminar“ Waterscapes in Bali and Beyond : Shifting Paradigms of Pollution and Purity, ” Universitas Hindu Indonesia in Collaboration with Heidelberg University, Germany, 22-24 September 2015, Denpasar. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

Sagara-giri (waterscape of Bali), as a cosmological and ecological concepts, has a strong foundation in tutur texts, and hence it has spiritual or sometimes mythological nuances. Literary, philosophical, and religious traditions are somehow based on them. This concept views mountain (high place) and sea/water (low place) as the two poles playing fundamental role in water preservation and circulation in the island of Bali. Human beings interact in between these two poles making use of water in various forms/modes of life. Not only both are considered holy places for purification of body-mind, but as sources of prosperity, welfare, and peace. The cosmological view of this tradition looks at the parallelism between macrocosmic and macrocosmic world of existence; deriving from the same primordial source, viz. Prakrti/Pradhana. Human beings play a role wisely in between these worlds for securing happiness. The concept of sagara-giri has foundation on the evolution and involution of tattvas as mentioned in tutur texts, despite of the fact sagara-giri in this discussion is mainly directed to external world. Mountain and sea spiritually are considered the symbols of linga and yoni, a distinguished mark of Saivism. Owing to this fact both mountain/forest and sea/water should be properly maintained for securing its purity and safety from any harms or destruction. Any harm happen in any of these will affect the entire life.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: Agama dan Filsafat
Agama dan Filsafat > Ilmu Filsafat
Agama dan Filsafat > Ilmu Filsafat > Filsafat Lain Yang Belum Tercantum
Divisions: Jurusan Administrasi Bisnis > Prodi Manajemen Bisnis Internasional > Publikasi
Depositing User: Ida Bagus Putu Suamba
Date Deposited: 27 Apr 2023 02:27
Last Modified: 27 Apr 2023 02:27
URI: http://repository.pnb.ac.id/id/eprint/5006

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