HomeBlogs Perang Topat Perang Topat (Rice cake War) is a ritual ceremony which is performed as a
expression og gratitude to God for his blessing of fertile soil
plentiful agriculture produce. This event is performed in Lingsar Park
by both Hindus and Sasaks, who throw rice cakes “topat” at each other.
The show begins at 16.30 p.m after Pedande Mapuja, when the Waru flower
fall (Rorok Kembang Waru). The ceremony is usually held every year at
the time of sixth full moon (according to the Sasak calendar) some time
in November or December. Topat is a plating if coconut leaves filled
with rice and boiled.