Culture Of Jembrana Bali

Culture Of Jembrana Bali

 Jembrana District is a district located on the western tip of the island of Bali, Indonesia. The capital is in the State. Jembrana Regency is bordered by Tabanan regency in the east, Buleleng regency in the north, Bali Strait in the west and Indian Ocean in the south.


      Biha of one. Originally (Year 1882-1895) only applied a name of the Capital of Singaraja for the Residency area of ​​Bali and Lombok which oversees the Areas Afdeling Buleleng and Afdeling Jembrana. 

Since it was approved and for then, the names of the regional capitals of Afelong Buleleng and Afdeling Jembrana in the Residency of Bali and Lombok were stipulated. 

Based on the Staatsblad of Van Nederlandsch - Indie Number 175 of 1895, thereafter set Singaraja and the State as the capital of each Afdeling. Thus, since August 15, 1895 ended the name of one capital city: Singaraja as the capital of the Residency of Bali and Lombok which oversees the Areas Afdeling Buleleng and Afdeling Jembrana. 

Since then also began the names of the Capital: Singaraja for Residency of Bali and Lombok and Regional parts in Afdeling Buleleng, as well as the State for the Region of Afdeling Jembrana. The emergence of the names of Jembrana and the State until now, has its own meaning from a historical perspective. 

Apparently the names inherited it has been inscribed on the sheet of history in Jembrana Region since used as the name of the Palace (Puri) namely Puri Gede / Agung Jembrana and Puri Agung State Country. Because Kraton or Puri is the center of the bureaucracy of the traditional royal government, it can be said that Jembrana and the State are the Kraton (Castle) built at the beginning of the XVIII century and the beginning of the XIX century is a type of royal cities with Hinduistic style. Jembrana as a kingdom that fills the history sheet of eight kingdoms (asta negara) in Bali.Sejak July 1, 1938, 

Regional (Afdeling, regentschap) Jembrana and also other afdeling areas (Onder-afdeling, regentschap) (Zelfbestuurlandschapen), each headed by Zelfbestuurder (Raja). Kings in Swapraja Jembrana (Anak Agoeng Bagoes Negara) and other Swapraja Kings across Bali have first declared their loyalty to the Government of the Governor. The Supreme Bagoes State holds the reins of government in Jembrana swapraja continuously for 29 years despite the change of state In the governance system. 

His leadership in Jembrana lasted longest compared to the leadership held by the followers. During his leadership, two names, Jembrana and its capital, were always inscribed in the government history sheet in Jembrana, both in the period of Japanese Occupation (1943-1945), peiode The Republic of Indonesia which is only a few months (Year 1946-1950) or on the return to the period of the form of the State of East Indonesia (Year 1946-1950) as well as on returning to the period of form the Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia (Year 1950-1958). Swatantra Level II Jembrana for the first time held by Ida Bagus Gede Dosther from 1959 until 1967. In the next period of office the Regent of the Head of Jembrana Region II was held by Regent Captain R. Syafroni (Year 1967-1969); Pjs Regent Drs. Putu Suasnawa (March 11 - June 30, 1969); Bupati I Ketut Sirya (July 30, 1969-31 July 1974); Pjs Regent Drs. I Nyoman Tastra (July 31, 1974 - July 28, 1975); Lieutenant Colonel. Liek Rochadi (July 28, 1975 - August 26, 1980); Regent Drs. Ida Bagus Ardana (August 26 1980 - August 27, 1990); Bupati of Ida Bagus Indugosa, S.H During two terms of tenure (August 27, 1990 - August 27, 1995 and from 27 August 1995 - August 27, 2000); Plt Bupati I Ketut Widjana, S.H (28 August 2000 - 15 November 2000), Prof.Dr.drg. I Gede Winasa served as Jembrana Regent for two periods (15 November 2000 - 10 October 2010) and I Putu Artha SE, MM. Since February 16, 2011 to the present.It can be said that, since the title of "Regent" who headed the government in Jembrana Level II Region for the first time enacted in 1959 until now, the name "Negara" as the capital of Jembrana regency continued to be preserved.

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