JAKARTA, Mar 27 — Bali, a famed holiday end in Indonesia, will turn wordless for 24 hours starting tomorrow morning as a locals observe Hari Nyepi (Day of Silence) that outlines a new year for a Hindus of a island.
On this day, a island becomes dim as no lights are incited on and nobody is authorised outdoors. In fact, nobody will be entrance in or going out of Bali as a airfield itself will be sealed for 24 hours from 6am tomorrow.
Community Relations Head of a Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport, Arie Ahsanurroqim, has been quoted by a online media as observant there will be no domestic and general flights for a whole generation of Nyepi.
However, he pronounced 316 employees would be on avocation to hoop any emergencies during a airport.
Besides a airport, all roads will also be sealed to vehicles while amicable activities will stop temporarily with a authorities creation certain that party centres sojourn sealed out of honour for Hari Nyepi.
The jubilee of Hari Nyepi is in and with a Saka New Year, a Hindu New Year formed on a Saka calendar that began in a year 78.
Nyepi comes from a word ‘sepi’ that means silent, and nobody is authorised outward a residence or to have any light.
Custom safeguard teams famous as ‘pencalang’ will guard a vicinity on Nyepi to safeguard that people observe a tradition and do not leave their homes or hotels solely in a box of emergencies.
Once a 24 hours are over, a Hindus will applaud a new year by visiting a homes of kin and neighbours.
They will feast on normal Balinese dishes like ‘entil’ and ‘pulung nyepi’. — Bernama