Tumpek Uduh: A Traditional Balinese Hindu Ceremony Honouring Plants The special ceremony to honour plants is known as Tumpek Uduh, a ritual that falls on Saniscara Kliwon Wariga, a day in which God gave grace to mankind in the world. This ceremony is performed in the context of worshiping God in its manifestation as Dewa Sangkara as the plant god. The purpose of Hindus to deliver this ceremony is to thank Ida Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa for having created plants. They also beg to God so that the plants are able to reproduce well. So it can be useful for humans, and can also be used as an offering on Galungan Day. Tumpek Uduh is also called Tumpek Bubuh, Tumpek Wariga, and Tumpek Pengatag. It’s celebrated by Hindus every 210 days, or 25 days before Galungan, or on the Kliwon Wariga Sanskrit Day. As gratitude, Hindus offer offerings in the form of fruit and flowers, and marrow porridge (made from
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