Vidyottama Sanatana: International Journal of Hindu Science and Religious Studies
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Teaching Hinduism For The Blinds: A Study On Hinduism Teaching And Learning In SLB A Negeri Denpasar Agung Wijaya Mahardika, I Gusti Ngurah
Vidyottama Sanatana: International Journal of Hindu Science and Religious Studies Vol 1, No 1 (2017)
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This paper focuses on the study conducted in SLB A Negeri Denpasar. The aim of the study was to identify the model of teaching used in teaching Hinduism to blind students in SLB A Negeri Denpasar. The study was conducted to the A program of SLB A Negeri Denpasar. The data were collected through observation, interview and document study. The result of the study showed that the teaching model used in teaching Hinduism was different than the teaching model used in normal school, viewed from the aspects of Syntax, Social System, Principle of Reaction, Support System, and instructional and nurturant effects of the model. The teaching model used was found to be a mix between the Direct Instruction Model and the Nondirective Teaching Model.
Hindu Theology Of Tradition Ngerebeg In Desa Adat Tegal Darmasaba Badung Bali Gunarta, I Ketut
Vidyottama Sanatana: International Journal of Hindu Science and Religious Studies Vol 1, No 1 (2017)
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In practice Hindus in Bali are inseparable from the cultural influences that exist so that the yajña ceremony which is a daily ritual for Hindus increasingly vibrant, as well as about the tradition ngerebeg implemented in this Tegal Darmasaba Traditional Village, followed by citizens with enthusiasm In carrying out the tradition. The existence of the long-lasting ngerebeg tradition seems to be an ordinary matter, but after being examined in depth in the research of many people who do not understand the theological meaning embodied in the execution of the tradition, it is feared it will eventually cause serious problems in the course of implementation Traditional activities ngerebeg especially for Hindus in Tegal Darmasaba Traditional Village.The procession of the tradition of ngerebeg in Tegal Darmasaba Traditional Village uses several means such as: leaves, fruits, animals, fire, water and so on, led by Jro Mangku and held at Pura Dalem which is held every once a year at Wrhaspatti Pon Wuku Langkir. The process starts from the preparation (gathering and making the facilities), the peak stage by implementing the tradition of ngerebeg by surrounding the region and followed by the Hindu (customary) of Tegal Darmasaba. The meaning contained in the tradition Ngerebeg in Tegal Darmasaba Traditional Village that is 1) Theological Meanings there are the concept of worship Saguna Brahman and Nirguna Brahman, 2) Meaning of Harmonization and 3) The Meaning of Aesthetics.
The Phenomena of Plagiarism in Hindu Perspective Rat Dwiyana Putra, I Dewa Gede
Vidyottama Sanatana: International Journal of Hindu Science and Religious Studies Vol 1, No 2 (2017)
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This article was made based on an observation on the thesis written by undergraduate student. The basic reason for the application of this research is that, there were many problem found in the students writing especially the in the citation process and referencing technique which would bring them to commit plagiarism. Since writing a thesis is essential for the undergraduate students to finish their study, this research would be very beneficial evidence to give a clear picture about plagiarism from Hindus teaching perspective. Library research is the primary method applied in conducting this research. The result shows that there are typical mistakes done by the students in doing citation and referencing. Then, suggestions to those problems were given based on Hindus perspective.
Understanding Buddhism through Pali in India and Thailand Rao, Upender
Vidyottama Sanatana: International Journal of Hindu Science and Religious Studies Vol 1, No 2 (2017)
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Pali plays a vital role in the history and culture of India. It preserves the Indian culture in a systematic way. Hence an attempt of understanding the Indian culture without Pali cannot fulfil the complete purpose. In fact Pali was an important source for understanding ancient Buddhist culture and philosophy which are integral part of Indian culture. In ancient India there were Buddhist universities and people from many countries used to visit India to learn the Indian culture including Buddhist philosophical expositions. Indian languages and literatures were highly influenced by Pali language and literature.
The Empowerment Of Role Of The Family In Developing Character Of Environmental Awareness In Elementary School-Age Children Aria Prima Dewi PF, Kadek
Vidyottama Sanatana: International Journal of Hindu Science and Religious Studies Vol 1, No 1 (2017)
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This research aims to see the empowerment process of role of the family through Waste Bank media to develop character of environmental awareness in elementary school-age children. The qualitative descriptive research methodology is used. The result of this research shows that the empowerment of role of the family in developing character of environmental awareness in elementary school-age children in State Elementary School 1 Padangsambian is determined by the role of waste bank media through intervention of school to students' parents. The initial stage of intervention activity is performed with parenting activity in school with the theme of environmental awareness. Furthermore, all forms of activities or moral actions of environmental awareness are guided by Waste Bank community. The family becomes active in the environmental awareness activity and the control process is implemented together by school and Waste Bank community.
Building Character And Literacy Skills Of Primary School Students Through Puppet Contemplative Sukuraga Nurasiah, Iis; Azwar Uswatun, Din; Rizqia Amalia, Arsyi
Vidyottama Sanatana: International Journal of Hindu Science and Religious Studies Vol 1, No 1 (2017)
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Education is a process of enculturation, serves bequeath the values and achievements of the past to the future generations. Values and achievement that is the pride of the nation and the people make it known to other nations. In addition to bequeath, education also has a function to develop the cultural values and achievements of the past into the nation's cultural values corresponding to the life of the present and future, as well as developing new achievements into new character of the nation. Therefore, education, culture and national character is at the core of an educational process. literacy skills expected to provide supplies for children in reading, writing, and appreciating and responding to all types of communication. Creating literat generation requires a long process and means conducive. It begins with small and family environment, and are supported or developed in school, social environment, and the work environment. Puppet Sukuraga laden with enlightenment, education, reflection, invite people really keep up with both his body as a God-given mandate in accordance with the nature of their respective functions.
Pattern Of Adolescent Learning Hindu Scholarship Recruits Through Pasraman Widya Dharma Saraswati Warsana, I Nyoman
Vidyottama Sanatana: International Journal of Hindu Science and Religious Studies Vol 1, No 2 (2017)
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Mental development and religious personality is one aspect that needs to get special attention because through it children and adolescents understand the meaning of Religion and its benefits for human life and will later form a person who virtuous noble character. Having grown a noble personality then the teenager has a fortress to face the challenges of his life. In an effort to provide guidance to the younger generation, Parisada Hindu Dharma in Atula Village and Hindu community together attempt to form the path of non-formal education of Hinduism namely Pasraman Widya Dharma Saraswati.
The Great Betrayal: Potential Statelessness After Living Decades In Mother India Sankar Bagchi, Subrata
Vidyottama Sanatana: International Journal of Hindu Science and Religious Studies Vol 1, No 2 (2017)
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An amendment in the Indian Citizenship Act (2005) may render millions of citizens stateless with the new clause of “illegal migrant” without any cut-off date, as most of the immigrants particularly from Eastern Bengal, came to India facing persecution and without any legal document of immigration.
The Value Of Saemaul Undong : South Korea Community Character Booster Kim Min, Kim
Vidyottama Sanatana: International Journal of Hindu Science and Religious Studies Vol 1, No 1 (2017)
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This research is motivated by the fact that many foreign companies are still have an orientation that a business is aimed at obtaining maximum profit by using capital as small as possible and justify any means. This is compounded by the fact that many of these companies make profits out of the occupied country without contributing towards the country. This condition triggers the urgency of the presence of the planting and preservation of good and strong character to nourish the existence of the company itself as well as the country they occupy. This study aims to reveal and define what and how the application of the teachings of Saemaul Undongas value in its implications for the development of values education. This study is designed using a qualitative approach with case study method. Data was collected by means of: observation, interview and document study. The results showed that the values of Saemaul Undongas become the spirit of good and strong character building which is basically built by the value of discipline, self-reliance and mutual cooperation. Implications of the study provides an overview to the Indonesian multi-ethnic that values the life of a powerful nation that should begin with the initial value that is the value of the next. In addition, it can be developed by the Public Education by trying to adopt and manipulate Saemaul Undongas training model for the value of diligent, independent, mutual cooperation and development in accordance with the needs of the desired value. Thus, from this article can be raised a proposition that “if countries want to move forward, then make the value in the life of the society as a reference”.
Interpretation Meaning of Ngaben for Krama Dadia Arya Kubontubuh Tirtha Sari Ulakan Village Karangasem District (Hindu Religious Education Perspective) Sudarsana, I Ketut
Vidyottama Sanatana: International Journal of Hindu Science and Religious Studies Vol 1, No 1 (2017)
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               Religious activity which is conducted by Krama Dadya Arya Kubontubuh Tirtha Sari  Desa Ulakan during this particular time, especially cremation ceremony or Ngaben, is not only as an obligation but also as a form of respect and devotion to parents or relatives who have died. This obligation is implemented sincerely in the form of material and spiritual sacrifice of a religious ceremony, in which its aimis to gratify the parents and ancestors respectively. This research successfully describes: 1) Ngaben which is implemented by Krama Dadya Arya Kubontubuh Tirthasari Ulakan used kebodanversion that act as Yajemana Pamucukin  which is Ida Pedanda Buda while also accompanied by Ida Pedanda Siwa. The implementation of this cremation ceremony is always followed by a Nuntun Dewa Hyangceremony because Nyekah procession is been considered together in the cremation. The uniqueness of the implementation is non-performance of Ngeroras after cremation as the Hindu majority, but held on Pengaskaraan which is started with ngereka sawa karsian. The advantages of conducting pengaskaraan are includes facility and process, as follows: use banten puriagan, banten suluh agung, sekah lilit and tumaligi for all sawa which should only be made by Tarpini Sulinggih, while in the process, Ida Pedanda Buda does nepak and penyolsolan sekah lilit with white duck, white rooster and kucit butuan selem. In addition, as it is commonly known is the use of petulangan macan selemand propose of the dead bodies in the form of bade tumpang pitu ataman punggel.2) The values of Hindu’s Education in cremation ceremony which is conducted by Krama Dadya Arya Kubontubuh Tirthasari Ulakan include: tattwa, susila/etika, ceremony and aesthetic educational values.