Derived from Sanskrit, tirta yatra literally means “sacred holy water pilgrimage”: a journey (normally of a substantial distance) to seek and or collect holy water. These days in Bali, the original meaning is somewhat lost and tirta yatra means simply a holy or spiritual pilgrimage.

Balinese believe that titra yatra brings one closer to God, as well as fellow pilgrims, and is an important part of the Tri Hita Karana philosophy of the balance between humans, god and nature. Tirta yatra also has a higher rank than religious ceremony (yadnya) and the largest type of offering that can be created (or these days ‘ordered from offering makers).

This time, THK Team of Grand Istana Rama Hotel Bali conducted Tirta Yatra to Andakasa Temple, Silayukti Temple and Goa Lawah Temple on last Saturday, 14th April 2018.

This activity is an annual program and it is expected to give a good impact to every location visited by the THK Team of Grand Istana Rama Hotel Bali.

 

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