A visit back to the Village Trunyan , precisely to the village cemetery, on 25/03/2010 with entourage “Sun Voyages” of Francis, a special experience for my French guest scout. Weather in the harbor that afternoon Kedisan very bright even though the lake water waves rather large shelf, did not reduce our enthusiasm to get across to the cemetery the village. Travel lane using the lake (with boat) takes about 15-20 minutes, the boat we drove with the background mountains in the distance shelf, truly a beautiful natural landscape.
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Trunyan Village is one of the original or Bali Bali village first, with its unique tradition of not doing the tradition of burning or burying the corpse if there is one of the villagers who died, although they are Balinese Hindu religion, like most other Balinese. The village is located on Lake Batur pingir, access roads already signed up to this mistake, but travel by boat to provide its own experience.
Once we were on the pier village, we welcome local residents who have waited and drove us straight to the village cemetery. The situation and conditions herein, now a little better (orderly), the habit of asking for money to the guests, often occurs (slightly unfortunate). Trunyan village cemetery area is not too large, with a large tree standing in the middle, which, according to Pan Pani one village alone (local guide) that we met, that big tree is the Taru Menyan (Taru: Tree Menyan: Harum, incense) is also an origin of the word from the village Trunyan, which is estimated thousands of years old, his strange ukurang this tree does not undergo much change. My observation, this tree like a tree bunut (nyatoh tree, scientific name Palaguim Spp See here ) with red-colored sap wood, the tree is believed to locals who absorb the stench from the bodies which undergo a process of decay, magic!.
Still according to the pan pani, the precursor of the villagers did not burn or bury the corpse is, Once Upon first villagers confusion because it appears smell was terrible, after the search turned out fragrant smell was coming from a large tree known as the Taru incense, perfume that sometimes up to make the population until cold. To the idea of elders in the village, diletakanlah corpse under a tree to neutralize the smell of their perfume and the idea was successful, the residents no longer terganngu with fragrant smell that stung. The procedure for burial was still carried on samapai now.
For information, not all the bodies of villagers who died in the place it here. There are regulations, because the number of bodies in graves in this cemetery can not be longer than 11 bodies, which in my position here is the corpse that died naturally and never married, there is also another name for this cemetery is Sema wayah. In addition to this wayah Sema Trunyan village also has another cemetery, if the cause of unnatural death, such as accidents, suicide, or murdered, his corpse will be placed at a location called Sema Bantas. As for burying babies and small children, or people who’ve grown but not married, will be placed in the Sema Young. The Scientific why not remove the stench of bodies, as happened in this village is still a question mark. Congratulations were in Bali !