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Calendar of Festive and Event 2014

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JANUARY 2014 :

7-9 January : International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management 2014 (IEOM 2014)

11 January : Tumpek Kandang the Hindus make a ritual to venerate the Almighty God as Shiva or Pasupati, which maintains all beings in this universe. The worship is manifested by giving thanksgiving ceremony to all animals, particularly cattle.

Nusa Dua, http://iieom.org/ieom/ieom-2014/

FEBRUARY 2014 :

15 February : Tumpek Wayang, a holiday when Balinese express their gratitude to Wayang (shadow puppet), In addition, many people choose Tumpek Wayang as an auspicious day to perform purificatory rite (ruwatan) both physically and mentally.

MARCH 2014 :

5-8 March : Bali Live International Jazz Festival 2014, Tanjung Benoa, Bali, http://www.balilivefestival.com/press-release/

6-8 March : FHT BALI – FOOD, HOTEL & TOURISM BALI 2014

BICC Nusa Dua , http://www.pamerindo.com/events/10

9-11 March : Bali International SPA & Wellness Expo

Sanur, Bali, http://tradeshow.tradekey.com/bali-spa-and-wellness-expo-e12179.htm

19-23 March : Bali Spirit Festival

Ubud, Bali, http://www.balispiritfestival.com/

12 March : Pagerwesi Day same as Galungan & Kuningan, this holiday occurs every 210 days on Balinese calendar. The word Pagerwesi is derived from two Javanese words, pager (fence) and wesi (iron). Pagerwesi literally means the day of “iron fence. Pagerwesi is dedicated to honour Siva, the God manifestation as Sanghyang Pramesi Guru, guardian of the universe, which is meant to ask for protection and prosperity.

22 March : Tumpek Landep a day which beliefs to be the milestone of sharpening the citta, buddhi and manas (mind). Therefore, people always behave according to clarity of mind with the foundation of religious values. With a pure mind, devotees will be able to pick and choose what is good and bad. The ritual symbolized by offering to sharp objects like knives, swords, and other metal objects.

31 March : Nyepi (Seclusion Day)

Bali’s Day of Silence (Nyepi Day) : commemorated every Isaawarsa (Saka new year) according to the Balinese calendar (in 2014, it fell on March 31st). It is a Hindu celebration mainly celebrated in Bali, Indonesia. Nyepi, a Government holiday in Indonesia, is a day of silence, fasting and meditation for the Balinese. The day following Nyepi is also celebrated as New year

APRIL 2014 :

17-19 April : 7th Asia Pacific Congress of Heart Failure, BNDCC Nusa Dua, http://www.apchf2014.org/

24-26 April : 61st Continuing Orthopaedic Education of Indonesia Orthopaedic Association, BNDCC Nusa Dua, http://www.coe-ioa-aoa.org/coe-ioa-aoa.php

26 April :Tumpek Pengatag a special day to worship Sanghyang Sangkara who gives protection to the life of the plants and trees. Farmers usually hold a prayer at their farms and households.

MAY 2014 :

9-11 May : Asia Pacific Hash 2014, http://www.asiapacifichash2014.com/

15-16 May : 6th Indonesian International Cocoa Conference and Dinner 2014, Nusa Dua, Bali, http://indonesianinternationalcocoaconference.org/

21 May ; Galungan Day an auspicious festival that occurs every 210 days (on Balinese calendar) and lasts for 10 days. Galungan means “When the Dharma is winning.” During this special day, the island is beautifully decorated with ornaments including big bamboo pole, in each of their households.

31 May : Kuningan Day the last day of the 10 days festival, on this holiday Balinese belief that the spirit of their ancestors depart to heaven

JUNE 2014 :

1-4 June : 20th Anniversary Coaltrans Asia

BICC Nusa Dua, http://www.coaltrans.com/EventDetails/0/6329/20th-Coaltrans-Asia.html

1-6 June : International Commission on Large Dams (ICOLD),

Nusa Dua,Bali http://www.icold-cigb.org/GB/ICOLD/icold.asp

 

JULY 2014 :

 

AUGUST 2014 :

9 August : Tumpek Kandang the Hindus make a ritual to venerate the Almighty God as Shiva or Pasupati, which maintains all beings in this universe. The worship is manifested by giving thanksgiving ceremony to all animals, particularly cattle.

21-24 Aug:  20th WCML (World Congress on Medical Law), BNDCC Nusa Dua, http://www.2014wcml.com/information/venue

28-30 Aug : Global Forum 6th UN Alliance of Civilization, BNDCC Nusa Dua

SEPTEMBER 2014 :

13 September : Tumpek Wayang, a holiday when Balinese express their gratitude to Wayang (shadow puppet), In addition, many people choose Tumpek Wayang as an auspicious day to perform purificatory rite (ruwatan) both physically and mentally

24-26 September : World Tobacco Asia

BNDCC Nusa Dua, http://www.worldtobacco.co.uk/asia/

Sanur Village Festival

Sanur, Bali http://www.sanurvillagefestival.com/

OCTOBER 2014 :

Ubud Writers and Readers Festival

Ubud, Bali, http://www.ubudwritersfestival.com/

8 October : Pagerwesi Day same as Galungan & Kuningan, this holiday occurs every 210 days on Balinese calendar. The word Pagerwesi is derived from two Javanese words, pager (fence) and wesi (iron). Pagerwesi literally means the day of “iron fence. Pagerwesi is dedicated to honour Siva, the God manifestation as Sanghyang Pramesi Guru, guardian of the universe, which is meant to ask for protection and prosperity.

16-18 October : International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS) Course, Nusa Dua, Bali, http://www.isaps.org/medical-professionals/courses

29-31 October : Indonesian International Seafood & Processing Expo 2014, BNDCC Nusa Dua, http://www.iisp2014.com/#sthash.L0Qq5jym.dpbs

NOVEMBER 2014 :

4-7 November : Pan Ocean Remote Sensing Conference (PORSEC) 2014
the 12th Biennial Conference, Nusa Dua, Bali, http://porsec2014.unud.ac.id/

13-16 November : 19th Congress of Asia Pacific Society of Respirology, Nusa Dua, Bali, http://www.apsresp.org/congress/2014.php

Nusa Dua Fiesta, BTDC Nusa Dua

22 November :Tumpek Pengatag a special day to worship Sanghyang Sangkara who gives protection to the life of the plants and trees. Farmers usually hold a prayer at their farms and households.

DECEMBER 2014

17 December ; Galungan Day an auspicious festival that occurs every 210 days (on Balinese calendar) and lasts for 10 days. Galungan means “When the Dharma is winning.” During this special day, the island is beautifully decorated with ornaments including big bamboo pole, in each of their households.

27 December : Kuningan Day the last day of the 10 days festival, on this holiday Balinese belief that the spirit of their ancestors depart to heaven