Home Trunyan Village Trunyan village is an ancient village on the shores of Lake Batur, Kintamani, Bangli regency. This village is a village of Bali Aga, Bali Mula with a unique community of life and attract Bali Aga means the Balinese mountains, while the Bali Mula means the original Balinese. Culture the Trunyanese reflect a pattern of conservative peasant culture.
Based on folk etymology, the population perceive themselves Trunyan and their identity in two versions. The first version, the Trunyanese is the Balinese derivatives, because they believe that their ancestors 'down' from heaven to earth Trunyan. Related to this version, the Trunyanese have a sacred myth or fairy tale about the origin of the population Trunyan is a goddess of the sky.
Based on folk etymology, the population Trunyan perceive themselves and their identity in two versions. The first version, the Trunyanese is the Balinese derivatives, because they believe that their ancestors 'down' from heaven to earth Trunyan. Related to this version, the Trunyanese have a sacred myth or fairy tale about the origin of the population Trunyan is a goddess of the sky.
The second version, the Trunyanese live within the ecological system in the presence of incense Taru tree, ie a spreading tree smells fragrant. From the combination word of "taru" and "incense" developing word used Trunyan village name and name of the village population.
Trunyan Village is located on the east mouth of the lake Batur, the location is very remote. Road from the Penelokan, Kintamani, only arrived in the village Kedisan. From Kedisan to Trunyan village people have to cross the lake Batur for 45 minutes by motorized boat or 2 hours by boat with a paddle-driven mortar. In addition to water street, Trunyan also be reached by road, passing through the village paths fruits and Abang.
Trunyan Village is very cool air, temperatures average 17 degrees Celsius and can go down to 12 degrees Celsius. Lake Batur with a length of 9 km and width of 5 km is one source of water and other resources Balinese agrarian south and east.
Specifically, in relation to trust the Trunyanese about illness and death, the funeral of the Trunyanese way there are 2 kinds:
1. Leaving the bodies on the ground under the open air termed mepasah. The people who buried their way mepasah is that at the time of death of those who have been married, people who are still bachelors and young children are milk teeth have been dated. 2. Be buried / interred. The people who died were buried after their bodies are defective, or at the time of death there are wounds that have not healed the body, such as occurs in people with smallpox, leprosy and others. People who die by unnatural like murdered or committed suicide is also buried. Young children who do not date their milk teeth are also buried when she died.
For the purposes of the funeral, at the village there is a cemetery that is: 1. Sema wayah destined for burial type mepasah 2. Sema bantas,for the burial. 3. Sema nguda, cater to both types of burial that is mepasah (exposure) or burial.