“Banjar Bali” a Place to Learn Balinese Customary Law and Culture

(Baliekbis.com), People from anywhere who want to learn about Balinese law, customs and culture as well as the various related problems they are facing, they can now come or consult their experts at “Banjar Bali”. “Banjar Bali: a Place to Learn Balinese Customary Law and Culture” was launched for the first time on January 31, 1998 under the name Banjar Bali Study Club “, as a place to learn Balinese socio-culture, located at the Wayan Pendet Sculpture Studio, Nyuh Kuning Traditional Village, Mas Village, Ubud sub-district, Bali.

According to the manager Prof. Dr. Wayan P Windia, MSi. In line with developments, since July 1, 2020, Banjar Bali has started to offer two excellent programs, namely (1) A place to ask / consult about legal cases that touch Balinese customary law and culture. (2) A place to study Balinese customary law and culture. “The place to study is at the Wayan Pendet Statue Museum, Nyuh Kuning Traditional Village, Mas Village, Ubud District, Bali. With direct practice in the society, it will facilitate understanding regarding the material being studied, “said Prof. Windia.

The Balinese Banjar carries the motto “Uli Cenik Ngardi Becik Seka Bedik” and the spirit of “Guyu-guyu Only”. In detail, according to the Professor of Customary Law of Udayana University, the material that can be studied in Banjar Bali with Prof. Dr. Wayan P. Windia & Associates, namely:

Prof. Dr. Wayan P Windia

• “Arranging Marriage Before Marriage for the younger generation.

• “Awig-Awig and Perarem Procedures” for community leaders and traditional village officers in Bali.

• “Family Law and Inheritance from the Perspective of Balinese Customary Law” for academics & the legal profession.

• “Research and Compilation of Scientific Writing on Law” for Masters and Doctoral students of the Faculty of Law.

Especially in Banjar Bali, discussion can also be done in English besides Indonesian and Balinese. “So for foreigners who are interested or have problems, there is no need for difficulties regarding language,” added Prof. Windia, who is also the author of Balinese Customary Law (Hukum Adat Bali).

Manners of Taking Pictures or Videos in “Banjar and How to Publish

Video or pictures can be taken before or after the study or consultation. But it is prohibited to record voice before, during and after learning or consultation.

The theme of the lesson or discussion, place and time of study or discussion can be published but the substance of the lesson or discussion is not allowed to be published.

• For further information, please contact: Kadek Sukmayasa. HP / WA: 087851119030, Prof. Dr. Wayan P. Windia (ist)