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The Bali History Collections

 Dienstmeisje van kunstschilder Lemajeur, Bali, Indonesie (1947-1953)


Created By

Dr Iwan Suwandy.MHA

Private Limited E-Book In CD-Rom Edition

Special For Senior Collectors

Copyright @ 2013




Part One


The vintage Bali Collections

Part Two


 Bali Traditional  pictures

Part Three

Dienstmeisje van kunstschilder Lemajeur, Bali, Indonesie (1947-1953)


Classic  Pictures

Part Four

Drie vrouwen waarvan één bezig iets te malen


Bali  Native Profile Art Picture

Part Five


 Bali Landscape Art Pictures

Part Six

Houten beeld van een demon




Een verzameling houten gepolychromeerde beelden

Bali Native  Artwork

Part Seven

Jonge vrouw



 Bali Traditional  Dancer And Drama 

Part Eight

 Bali Local Fauna Flora  


This special collections dedicated to 


Ret.Police Inspecture General Made mangku Pastika, we ever met during the last day of East Timor refendum 2009 at Dili when I cameback before the crucials chaos situations  and now He was the Gouvenor of Bali ,

 also to


Ret.Inspedtuer  General Dr Musadeq who have the same duty with me to prepared the health of Indonesia nationalPolice during That refendum , that time he was the chief of Medical Health Indonesian national Police Bali,

 then the Chief of Medical Health center Indonesia national police Headquaters Jakarta (Congratulation for your up rank Inspector General).and now He was retired at Surabaya

 I think both of my collegue ‘s  General will be happy to read this informations and look at the illustration, and the Timor unique collection  informations and illustraion will put the sample of CD-ROM  after this Bali info completely at my Web Blog



All the  collections were collect from 1957 until now during travelling around Java-Bali 1977,1979,1983, and the last visit Bali 2008

I have made a private  limited E-Book In CD-Rom edition Special foor senior Collectors

Very limited only ten CD-ROM

If some one want this CD-ROM please contact me via the comment at my web blog with send your identity from ID card and short working history info form my security info for protect against the Highjack Internet.

Jakarta January 2013


Dr Iwan Suwandy,MHA



The Bali  History Collections

The History of Bali Kingdom Glory(pre-Euro.came)

Bali was inhabited

by around 2000 BC




Austronesian peoples


who migrated originally

from Taiwan through Maritime Southeast Asia.[5]

Stone Age 2500 BC

Although there are no artifacts or records dating back to the Stone Age, it is believed that the first settlers in Bali migrated from China around 2,500 BC,

Bronze era, around 300 BC

 By the Bronze era, around 300 BC, quite an evolved culture existed in Bali. The complex system of irrigation and rice production, still in use today, was established around this time


Culturally and linguistically, the Balinese are thus closely related to the peoples of the Indonesian archipelago, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Oceania.[6] Stone tools dating from this time


have been

found near

the village of Cekik in the island’s west.[7]

In ancient Bali,

nine Hindu sects existed,



Bhairawa, Siwa Shidanta,










Ida Panditha Mpu Budha Mahaseri Alit Parama Daksa, also known as Ida Resi Alit, was born I Komang Widiantri on March 14, 1986,

 in a small farming village in the central highlands of Bali.

 She lived as an ordinary girl for the first twenty years of her life. At the age of 20, due to external events, she fell into a deep depression. Ida Resi Alit’s uncle, a village Mangku, concerned for her wellbeing, introduced her to meditation and yoga to soothe her.

As she started practicing, the girl who had no previous spiritual training or deep desire, began to have out of body experiences and download information during her practice.

She was instructed to perform a special ceremony, the meaning of which she did not understand. At the ceremony she fell into deep unconsciousness.

She stopped breathing and her pulse was gone. Her family wailed, crying and reacting hysterically, scared that she had died.

 Ida Resi Alit has no memory of this time. At 2am she started to regain consciousness, to be able to blink but not to talk. Then she saw a laser, like a bolt of lightning in the sky, and found herself able to fully return to her body. She slept until the afternoon and when she had awakened spiritually. Soon after she was ordained by the highest authority, the Hindu Dharma Council, and she became Bali’s youngest and only High Priestess.


This month I-mag traveled to Demulih, Susut, Bangli a second time to have an audience with the high priestess. When we sat down with her on the floor in front of her small personal bale, she talked about wanting to expand, and share her experience of oneness. Right now she is in the beginning stages of sending her energy out in the world.


“One day I would like to travel. But right now I want to start here in my home. This place is all from my ancestor. I’ll start from here and maybe expand step by step. I cannot just keep to myself. But I need people to help me how to, share the story, to write, to teach. If my friends want to, to share about everything. I need some people who can help me.”


Ida Resi Alit is preparing for the world stage. Other such figures, Thich Nhat Hanh, Vietnamese and of the peace movement, the Dalai Lama of Tibet or Eckhart Tolle, have large groups around them who help spread their teaching and report back to the masters. Ida Resi Alit maintains that all knowledge is available and in every single one of us at any moment, if we so choose to feel it and enjoy our limitless power as we are connected to all.


There is no rush, unlike what most of us feel in our daily lives. Resi Alit says, “I will need a long time. A long long time.” Everything takes place in the present moment, even learning from the past and planning for the future. Or worry or being anxious or afraid, if that’s what we choose to do! It is a blessing for us to be able to witness and take part of the growth of a major spiritual leader.


“I need some people who can help me. Like disciples. I will keep doing my yoga and everything. Many people teaching yoga, they have the basics. But it is just for excersize. I think I need to teach yoga, and I will teach people who will become yoga teacher, like that. I need people for this positions, that position and so on, then open for others to come in, open for all people, and then the teachers teach other people until then go out, maybe once a week meet me. We make a program, one time we share, I meet them like this.”


Ida Resi Alit has not yet started looking for land for her Ashram, but that is the first step. For now she is doing her own practice and the many purification ceremonies and events for the Balinese community.  We took part in another purification ceremony this month. After her sunset prayers, she sat on her knees on the temple bale. Using water exquisitely scented of jasmine and frangipani, that tasted as sweet as it smelled, she doused us with buckets of what felt like icy water. “Whatever you feel, like let it go. Let it all go. If you want to cry, if you want to shout, stomp your feet, whatever.” We both had the experience of hyperventilating despite our tropical setting. Afterwards we both said we felt lighter. I was acutely aware of being in the presence of limitless energy, and felt about as spiritually ready for it as I would be for the Olympic marathon. But after realizing this, it allows some sort of space to let light in. Luckily for us lot, we don’t have to train as hard for a marathon as we do to feel grateful and ready to receive gifts of consciousness. We just have to be humble, ever so slightly willing, and ready.


Ida Resi Alit graciously invited us to return in a few days to accompany her to ceremony at her family temple, called Sugihan. The Balinese have three ceremonies to balance the universe; one to balance the relationship between people and people, one to balance the relationship between people and the Gods, and one for the relationship between people and the earth- this last is Sugihan. We arrived at the home of Resi Alit, and traveled in the car with her and her two Mangkus, or priests. When we arrived at the temple complex in Gianyar, Resi Alit took her place atop the platform for prayer in the front of the congregation. She changed into her formal dress and started the bell, the incense, her hand mudras and the mantra. A Balinese women next to me said, “Resi Alit, she is like a miracle. Every ceremony has a different mantra, and she knows them all by heart without ever studying.”


Then what took place was without precedence in anything I had ever seen before. Ida Resi Alit, open to the unlimited power and energy of the universe, prayed and chanted, receiving direct information. She would share information with her Mangkus, who would then inform the congregation of her wishes. One Mangku chanted loudly over the PA system. A puppeteer wailing behind us. A topeng dance was taking place in the entrance section of the temple, obscured behind the walls. Children screamed and giggled and women chatted, men sipped coffee.


Resi Alit share with us after her ceremony her experience, “In Bali, there are the four directions, north, west, east and south. We must take the energy from each, and balance them. I do this with the ceremony, I feel what must be done, and in this way I communicate with the Mangku, and they tell the community what must be done.”

When she was done we shared a meal of vegetables and babi, or pig. She had a large meeting with the village priests, where they laughed and sipped sugary tea sitting together in a cowd in the shade. On the way home in the car, her priest did voice imitations of puppet shows from the back seat, alternating between the typical low gutteral characters, the jokers and the strange-voiced ladies of the sagas.


We giggled on the way home as they went back and forth, Resi Alit singing in a beautiful high wail and the mischevious Mangku producing a sound I’d only ever heard through a loud speaker at a Balinese temple. It felt almost eerie to hear it while driving in a car with friend.


A movement has started in Bali. It may take years to manifest, but you’ll hear about it again, in different forms, one way or another. When asked what we should write in the magazine about her message, what people should know, Ida Resi Alit just said, “Whatever you feel, write that.” She then started speaking in astro, a language not English, not Indonesian, not Balinese and not even Ancient Sanskrit, that she uses freely whenever she feel she can’t explain something important properly. It’s in our breath, and from breath, come the voice, and we use it to share and receive. It starts in the stomach, where we usually feel fear and anxiety churning up our breakfast. Every ounce of love and enjoyment in available right now in the moment, to everyone, whether you want it or not. Nothing new, really. Its just a matter of freedom





The Origin of dates back to at least the fifth century. A specific Ganapatya sect probably began to appear between the 6 and 9 centuries and reached a high point around the 10 centur. Two Sanskrit Purana’s, the Ganesha Purana and the Mudgala Purana, dates from the 12 and 14 centuries respectively. These Purana’s recount and celebrate the myths of Ganesha’s triumphs over demons on behalf of the gods and his devotees and also include instructions for ritual performance and hymns of praise. Since the 17 century there has been a steady flow of devotional literature in both Sanskrit and Marathi.

Their are many temples built dedicated to



the largest of which is said to be the Ucchi Pillayar Koil (the Columns Hall of a Thousand Pillars), on the Rock Fort of Tiruchirapalli in Tamil Nadu, while Ganapatheeshwaram in Tamilnadu hosts the Adi Ganesha, or Naramukha Ganesha (Ganesha with a human face). There is also a cluster of 8 temples – Asta Vinayak in and around the city of Poona (Pune) and the nearby village of Cincvad, associated with Ganesha’s most famous devotee, MorayaGosavi (d.1651)

Each sect revered a specific deity as its personal Godhead.[8]

Balinese culture was strongly influenced by Indian, Chinese, and particularly Hindu culture,

 beginning around

 the 1st century AD.

1st Century
History is vague for the first few centuries. A number of Hindu artifacts were been found dating back to the 1st century (AD), which suggests that the main religion, around 500 AD, was predominantly Buddhist.


Until now I havenot  yet found informations from Bali, from ist to 8th century.  this time in Euro during Roman emparire ,and somen ancient collections have found like the jewellary

 And statue which made the comparative with Bali if I find the informations from Bali let’s look

To Be Continued

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