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The custom is not a written rule but is the application of the teachings of the religion espoused. Before the term customs entry to Bali, the public already knows the Customs and habits of this with the term destra, lokacara or sima. It signifies the community understands all the habits in the community either in the order of religious ceremonies, awig-awig or customs somewhere so that a different interpretation does not arise. In each village, there is a custom in this area has some differences with the customs of the indigenous village between one another. Each village has indigenous awig-awig or conduct of the local community. Awig-awig each is certainly there are rights, obligations and sanctions law that must be obeyed by all its citizens, of course, not be separated from the teachings of Hinduism and various aspects of life.
Many of the customs that existed in the land of the gods, such as the ceremony of a full day of Nyepi, all societies must not be out of the House, doing the activity and turned on the lights, and for the diverse Hindu do brata of tapa. Cremation ceremony, everyone who died would be made ceremonial cremation, some places in ordinances implementing this ritual vary according to dresta.
The various procedures the implementation of religious ceremonies, for example, doesn't have to be the same village pekraman between one another. Different customs in Bali, allows the implementation of Yajna ceremony well it deals with religious ceremonies to God, man, the blind, the sages and pitara in different forms are also known by the term village, kala, patra.
Customs in Bali is inherited from an ancestor that has a great value and adi luhung. If observed, the Customs and the diverse cultures that belong to each region a set of important. The term indigenous is no longer new and unfamiliar thing, we understand very well with it, because we are rich with unique things.