The temple of Bali which protected Hinduism here! There are darshan of Shri Ram, Sita and Hanuman daily2 min read
Unique Uluwatu Temple in Bali, Indonesia
This temple protected Hindu religion here
Kechak dance is performed here everyday in poetic style.
Bali. There is a temple on the island of Bali in Indonesia which protected Hinduism in the nation. There are daily darshans of Lord Shri Ram, Sita and Hanuman here. News 18 India reports Bali’s ‘Uluwatu Temple; Visited. This temple played an important role in saving Hinduism in Muslim dominated Bali. It is said that when there was pressure on Hindus to convert to Islam in Indonesia, many Hindus took refuge in Bali’s Uluwatu temple and maintained Hinduism in Bali.
This temple dates back to the 11th century and is located at the southern end of Bali. Let us tell you, ocean waves collide with the southern end of the rocks of Uluwatu temple throughout the day. Due to this, one gets a spectacular view of nature here. The beauty and architecture of ancient times is visible at every corner of this temple. Kechak dance based on Ramlila is performed daily in this temple in poetic style.
PM Modi also reached Bali, saw Ramlila
Significantly, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reached Bali on Monday to participate in the G20 summit. There he was welcomed in traditional style. The Indians are also excited by his visit. People said that PM Modi’s leadership should be such that he turns Bali into Ayodhya. PM Modi reached to see the interesting Ramlila to be held in Uluwatu, Bali.
Offering food to God
It is noteworthy that in Bali too, like in India, early in the morning, God is offered bhog. Looking at Bali, it seems as if Shri Ram, Sita, Hanuman, Sugriva are the residents of this place. The names of the people in Bali are also similar to those of the people of India. Here it seems as if sitting in India itself.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : November 15, 2022, 05:30 IST