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prabuanom - 18/07/2011 12:09 PM
#121
ganesha in shinto
Shinto and Shingon Buddhism

In Japan, Ganesha is considered a minor deity in the Buddhist pantheon, where he is known as Shōten (聖天), Daishokangi-ten (大聖歓喜天), Kangiten (歓喜天), Ganabachi (Ganapati), Binayaka-ten ("Vinayaka") (毘那夜迦天).[19]

Ganesha worship was brought to Japan by early Buddhists through China.[20] In Japan the Ganesha cult was first mentioned in 806 CE.[21] Scholars commonly date the presence of Ganesha in Japan with the age of Kukai (774- 834), the founder of the Shingon sect of Japanese Buddhism. The centrality of the worship of Ganesha or Vinayaka or Kangiten, as he is popularly called in Japan, is a distinguishing feature of this cult. The doctrines, rituals and beliefs of the sect have a number of parallels with the cult of Ganapatya.

Also called the Deva of bliss, Ganapati is invoked both for enlightenment and for worldly gains - more for the latter than the former. Kangiten - Vinayaka is offered "bliss - buns" (made from curds, honey and parched flour), radishes, wine, and fresh fruits. The offerings are later partaken in the same spirit as Hindus take prasad.[citation needed]

It should also be noted that in Japan that the Hindu Ganesha is displayed more than Buddha in a famous temple in Futako Tamagawa, Tokyo.[22] In the Hozan-ji temple on Mt. Ikoma in Nara, Sho-ten is worshipped mainly by the merchants.[2] In Osaka we have the biggest temple of Sho-ten named Kaishozan Shoenji Temple, where, besides devotees, a permanent priest offers prayers daily.[3] A special temple is consecrated to the esoteric Twin Ganesa at the Jingoji monastery of Takao where every year worship is held in his honor.[4]

Dr. Lokesh Chandra,Director,International Academy Of Indian Culture explains: "German scholar Philipp Franz von Siebold has written that in 1832 there were 131 shrines dedicated to the goddess (Benzaiten) and 100 to Lord Ganesha in Tokyo itself. A 12th century temple of Ganesha in Asakusa suburb of Tokyo has been declared a national treasure of Japan."

Ganesha is worshipped as god of love by many young boys and girls for achieving success in their courtship. The old worship him for success in business, Dr Chandra said.[23][24]

Kangi figures

There are more than thirty distinguishable forms of Ganesha in the Japanese iconographic tradition.[25]

There are several dual forms. The most typical dual form is the Embracing Kangi. In this form two tall figures with elephant heads and human bodies, male and female, stand in embrace. A new concept of Vinayaka couple both elephant-headed – a unique development in the religious history of Japan. The concept of this twin form of Ganesha (with Ganeshani) could not develop in India.[19] There are at least three variant types of Embracing Kangi figures. Orthodox Shingon Buddhism interprets the details of all three types as sopisticated allegorical symbols. Sanford believes that these orthodox Shingon interpretations, of considerable eventual importance in Japanese worship of Ganesha, developed during the Heian period in an attempt to legitimize Ganesha as a figure in Japanese Buddhism.[26] [5]


Buddha as avatar of Ganesha

Buddha appears as a name of Ganesha in the second verse of the Ganesha Purana version of the Ganesha Sahasranama.[27] The positioning of this name at the beginning of the Ganesha Sahasranama indicates that the name was of importance to the authors of that scripture, who were Ganapatya Hindus.

Bhaskararaya's commentary on the Ganesha Sahasranama says that this name for Ganesha means that the Buddha was an incarnation (Avatar) of Ganesha.[28] This interpretation is not widely known even among Ganapatya, and the Buddha is not mentioned in the lists of Ganesha's incarnations given in the main sections of the Ganesha Purana and Mudgala Purana. Bhaskararaya also provides a more general interpretation of this name as simply meaning that Ganesha's very form is "eternal elightenment" (nityabuddaḥ), so he is named Buddha.

[code]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ganesha_in_world_religions[/code]
Vannesa007 - 18/07/2011 12:11 PM
#122

kalau lambang kampus ITB ini apa makna nya puh ?
Ganesha kavacham

eh maaf kalau OOT puh malu:
prabuanom - 18/07/2011 12:13 PM
#123
ganesha in south east asian
Hindus spread out to the Malay Archipelago and took their culture with them, including Ganesha.[29] Statues of Ganesa are found throughout the Malay Archipelago in great numbers, often beside Shiva sanctuaries. The forms of Ganesha found in Hindu art of Java, Bali, and Borneo show specific regional influences.[30] The gradual emigration of Hindus to Indochina established Ganesha in modified forms in Burma, Cambodia, and Thailand. In Indochina Hinduism and Buddhism were practiced side-by-side, and mutual influences can be seen in Ganesha iconography of that region.[31]

Thailand

In Thailand, Ganesha is called Phra Phikanet (พระพิฆเนศ) or Phra Phikanesuan (พระพิฆเนศวร) and is worshipped as the deity of fortune and success, and the remover of obstacles. He is associated with arts, education and trade. Ganesha appears in the emblem of the Department of Fine Arts [6] in Thailand. Large television channels and production companies have shrines in his honour in front of their premises. Few movies or television shows begin shooting without a Brahmin ritual in which prayers and offerings are made to Ganesha. There are shrines to Ganesha across Thailand. One of the most revered shrines is the Royal Brahmin Temple in central Bangkok by the Giant Swing, where some of the oldest images can be found. Other old Ganesha images can be seen throughout Thailand, including a 10th Century bronze image found at Phang-Na with both Tamil and Thai inscriptions. The Hindu temple "Wat Phra Sri Umadevi" in Silom also houses a Ganesha image which was transported from India in the late 19th Century. Thai Buddhists frequently pay respect to Ganesha and other Brahmin deities as a result of the overlapping Buddhist/Brahmin cosmology. He is honoured with Motaka, sweets and fruit, when business is good, and he is made ridiculous by putting his picture or statue upside down, when business is down. As lord of business and diplomacy, he sits on a high pedestal outside Bangkok's CentralWorld (formerly World Trade Center), where people offer flowers, incense and a reverential sawasdee.[7]

Indonesia

Even Muslim Indonesia reveres him and European scholars call him the 'Indonesian God of Wisdom'. Bandung boasts a Jalan Ganesha. A Ganesha statue from the 1st century AD was found on the summit of Mount Raksa in Panaitan Island, the Ujung Kulon National Park , West Java. While we do not find temples dedicated specifically to Gaṇeśa, He is found in every Śiva shrine throughout the islands.[32] A 11th century CE Ganesha statue(seen in the picture below) found in eastern Java, Kediri is placed in The Museum of Indian Art (Museum für Indische Kunst), Berlin-Dahlem. The 9th century statue of Ganesha resides in western cella (room) of Prambanan Hindu temple.


Cambodia

Ganesha kavacham
Ganesha is featured in reliefs from Cambodian temples.

[code]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ganesha_in_world_religions[/code]
prabuanom - 18/07/2011 12:15 PM
#124

Quote:
Original Posted By Vannesa007
kalau lambang kampus ITB ini apa makna nya puh ?
Ganesha kavacham

eh maaf kalau OOT puh malu:


itu ganesha dalam bentuk atau form hyang ekadanta, memegang gading, tasbih, mangkuk manisan dan kapaak
prabuanom - 18/07/2011 12:20 PM
#125
32 form of ganesha "dvija ganapati"
6. Dvija Ganapati

Spoiler for dvija ganapati
Ganesha kavacham


Four-headed Dvija Ganapati, "the Twice- born," is moon-like in color. Holding a noose, a goad, anola leaf scripture, a staff, water vessel and a his japa beads, He reminds one and all of the urgency for disciplined striving.

[code]http://dharmagallery.blogspot.com/2009/06/dvija-ganapati.html[/code]



Ganesha kavacham


Dvija Ganapati is one among the 32 forms of Ganesha. This form of Ganesha is worshipped for gaining knowledge and to make materialistic gains. This is also a unique form among the 32 forms of Ganesha as this form as four heads. Dvija Ganapati mantra is:

Yah pustakakshaguna danda Kamandalu
Shrividyothaman, karabhooshanaminduvarnam,
Stambera maanana chatushtaya shobhamaanam
Tvam yah smaredwija ganadhipate sa dhanyah!


Dvija Ganapati has four heads and four hands. He holds a book, a Rudraksha mala, a staff and kamandala.

It is believed that worshipping Dvija Ganapati is good for attaining name and fame in the world. He is also propitiated for gaining knowledge.

[code]http://www.hindu-blog.com/search/label/32%20forms%20of%20Ganesha[/code]
Vannesa007 - 18/07/2011 12:21 PM
#126

Quote:
Original Posted By prabuanom
itu ganesha dalam bentuk atau form hyang ekadanta, memegang gading, tasbih, mangkuk manisan dan kapaak


kalau makna nya apa puh? memegang mangkuk manisan, kapak dll itu.
prabuanom - 18/07/2011 12:24 PM
#127

Quote:
Original Posted By Vannesa007
kalau makna nya apa puh? memegang mangkuk manisan, kapak dll itu.


Quote:
Original Posted By prabuanom
Spoiler for ekadanta, yang dikenal dengan perwujudan warna birunya
Ganesha kavacham


Ekadanta, of "Single Tusk," is distinguished by His blue color and sizeable belly. The attributes of this murti are an axe for cutting the bonds of ignorance, prayer beads for japa, a laddu sweet and the broken right tusk.

sumber:
[code]http://dharmagallery.blogspot.com/2009/06/ekadanta-ganapati.html[/code]

cocok berarti ama cerita mbah semar, memang dalam perwujudan hyang ekadanta. yang terkenal sebagai ganesha bergading satu, memegang japa mala (tasbih), satu gading patah, mangkok manisan, dan kapak. nah hyang ekadanta ini terkenal karena selalu ditampilkan dengan kulit berwarna biru \)

shakehand


jawabannya ada didepan padahal \)
Vannesa007 - 18/07/2011 12:26 PM
#128

Quote:
Original Posted By prabuanom
jawabannya ada didepan padahal \)


oh ..maap puh,ane cuman liat sekilas doank td.
maap ya puh shakehand
prabuanom - 18/07/2011 12:30 PM
#129
mantra ganesha
Quote:
Original Posted By havana
Mantra-Mantra Ganesha


[B]6. Om Shreem Kleem Glaum Gam Ganapatayae Vara Varada Sarva Janamah Vashanamanaaya Svaha
Mantra ini mengandung bermacam-macam benih mantra. Tujuannya adalah untuk mohon berkat dan untuk penyerahan diri..

Anjuran:
Mereka yang ingin mempergunakan mantra-mantra tersebut diatas perlu memperhatikan:
1.Agar serius melakukannya
2.Agar bersabar menanti hasilnya
3.Agar berdisiplin untuk mengucapkan secara teratur dan kontinu
4.Untuk mempermudah hitungan, agar mempergunakan tasbeh yang 108.


[code]https://www.kaskus.co.id/showthread.php?t=1522606[/code]

[youtube]sEte1WfP5yI[/youtube]


rose:6. Om Shreem hrim Kleem Glaum Gam Ganapatayae Vara Varada Sarva Janamah Vashanamanaaya Svaharose:
prabuanom - 18/07/2011 12:36 PM
#130

Quote:
Original Posted By Vannesa007
oh ..maap puh,ane cuman liat sekilas doank td.
maap ya puh shakehand


wah saya bukan sesepuh gan shakehand. makasih sudah meramaikan gan \)
prabuanom - 19/07/2011 11:56 AM
#131
ganesha dalam wayang
Ganesha kavacham

dalam pewayangan jarang ditampilkan sri ganesha. kemungkinan karena srii ganesh sendiri memang tidak ikut dalam mahabharata dan ramayana yang merupakan kisah yang sering dipentaskan dlm wayang. bahkan dlm jajaran bhatara jarang disebutkan snag hyang gana. bahkana da versi yang menyatakan bahwa sang hyang gana sudah diruwat jd bhatara mahadewa berkepala manusia biasa lagi yang malah ga bisa apa apa. kemungkinan memang era itu bhatara gana tidak begitu dipahami oleh penyebar agama islam. apalagi wujudnya yg separuh gajah menurut mereka pastinya mungkin tidak berkenan. tetapi ya tak bisa dipunkiri bahwa arca ganesha sangat banyak bertebaran di seluruh nusantara terutama dijawa. menunjukan bahwa eksistensi sang hyang gana sangat kuat dijaman kerajaan hindu budha \)


salah satu cerita yang ada adalah berikut:


Ganesha kavacham
Bathara Gana (Ganesya) iku dewaning kawruh/ ngelmu, lan dadi lambange kawicaksanan. Kahyangane ing Glugutinatar. Wujude dewe sirah gajah. Miturut layang Smaradahana karyane Empu Dharmaja (Jamane Prabu Kameswara ratu ing Kediri), Bathara Ganesya iku putrane Sang Hyang Siwah (Bathara Guru) miyos daka Dewi Uma.

Nalika Sang Hyang Siwah tindak mratapa, kahyangan ketekan mungsuh, yaiku narendra ing Tanjungparang Sang Prabu Nilarudraka. Ratu buta sirah gajah iki nyuwun tumurune Bathari Gagarmayang nedya kepundhut garwa. Amarga ora dipinangkani, banjur ngamuk punggung sabalane. Para dewa kalah kabeh. Miturut wawasane Bathara Narada, amung Sang Hyang Siwah kang bisa nyirnakake mungsuh. Sigra matah Bathara Kamajaya supaya njugarake tapane Sang Hyang Siwah.

Ketaman jemparing Pancawisaya, Sang Hyang Siwah badhar tapane. Duka yayah sinipi Sang Hyang Siwah. Sanalika ing tengah-tengah palarapane mijil netra sumorot, ngobong anggane Bathara Kamajaya. Bathara Kamajaya sirna margalayu. Dewi Ratih bareng midhanget kakunge seda, sigra nusul menyang papan garwane seda. Satekane ing papan iku, geni kang wis sirep sanalika murup mulad-mulad maneh. Dewi Ratih bela pati obong.

Sakondure Sang Hyang Siwah ing kahyangan, kepanggih Dewi Umi, banjur kangen-kangenan. Wasana Dewi Umi mbobot. Nalika lagi mbobot enom, para dewa sowan api-api tuwi kondure Bathara Siwah, nanging karo nggawa gajah tunggangane Bathara Indra. Nalika iku Bathara Siwah lan Dewi Umi pinuju lenggahan.
Bareng priksa gajah Erawana sing wujude gedhe banget, Dewi Uma kaget lan njerit wedi. Bathara Siwah ngrerepa garwane karo paring pangandika yen putrane bakal mijil kakung, nanging sirahe sirah gajah.

Bareng jabang bayi lair, mbarengi tekane Prabu Nilarudraka sawadyabalane ngrabasa Kahyangan Jonggringsalaka. Ganesya sing isih bayi diajokake ing paprangan. Ganesya diidak-idak Prabu Nilarudraka ora mati, malah saga gedhe, lan bisa mateni Prabu Nilarudraka sawadyabalane.

[code]http://blvckshadow.blogspot.com/2010/04/bathara-gana-ganesya.html[/code]
prabuanom - 19/07/2011 12:09 PM
#132
thangka tibetan painting
"Thangka," also known as "Tangka", "Thanka" or "Tanka" (Nepali pronunciation: [ˈt̪ʰaŋka]; Tibetan: ཐང་ཀ་; Nepal Bhasa: पौभा) is a Tibetan silk painting with embroidery, usually depicting a Buddhist deity, famous scene, or mandala of some sort. The thankga is not a flat creation like an oil painting or acrylic painting. Rather, it consists of a picture panel which is painted or embroidered, over which a textile is mounted, and then over which is laid a cover, usually silk. Generally, thankgas last a very long time and retain much of their lustre, but because of their delicate nature, they have to be kept in dry places where moisture won't affect the quality of the silk. It is sometimes called a scroll-painting.

Originally, thangka painting became popular among traveling monks because the scroll paintings were easily rolled and transported from monastery to monastery. These thangka served as important teaching tools depicting the life of the Buddha, various influential lamas and other deities and bodhisattvas. One popular subject is The Wheel of Life, which is a visual representation of the Abhidharma teachings (Art of Enlightenment).

To Buddhists these Tibetan religious paintings offer a beautiful manifestation of the divine, being both visually and mentally stimulating.

Thangka, when created properly, perform several different functions. Images of deities can be used as teaching tools when depicting the life (or lives) of the Buddha, describing historical events concerning important Lamas, or retelling myths associated with other deities. Devotional images act as the centerpiece during a ritual or ceremony and are often used as mediums through which one can offer prayers or make requests. Overall, and perhaps most importantly, religious art is used as a meditation tool to help bring one further down the path to enlightenment. The Buddhist Vajrayana practitioner uses a thanga image of their yidam, or meditation deity, as a guide, by visualizing “themselves as being that deity, thereby internalizing the Buddha qualities (Lipton, Ragnubs).”

Historians note that Chinese painting had a profound influence on Tibetan painting in general. Starting from the 14th and 15th century, Tibetan painting had incorporated many elements from the Chinese, and during the 18th century, Chinese painting had a deep and far-stretched impact on Tibetan visual art.[1] According to Giuseppe Tucci, by the time of the Qing Dynasty, "a new Tibetan art was then developed, which in a certain sense was a provincial echo of the Chinese 18th century's smooth ornate preciosity."[1]

[code]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thangka[/code]
prabuanom - 19/07/2011 12:17 PM
#133
thanka ganesh
Ganesha kavacham

Glory of Rakta Ganesha (Large Thangka)

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prabuanom - 19/07/2011 12:22 PM
#134
32 form ganesha, "sidhi ganapati"

bentuk ke tujuh: Siddhi Ganapati

Spoiler for sidhi ganapati
Ganesha kavacham


Golden-yellow Siddhi Ganapati, "the Accomplished," is the epitome of achievement and self-mastery. He sits comfortably holding a bouquet of flowers, an axe, mango, sugar cane and, in His trunk, a tasty sesame sweet.

[code]http://dharmagallery.blogspot.com/2009/06/siddhi-ganapati.html[/code]



Ganesha kavacham

Siddha Ganapati is one among the 32 forms of Sri Ganesh. The popular belief is that by worshipping Siddha Ganapati one gets immediate relief from troubles. Siddha Ganapati mantra is

Pakva chootaphala pushpa
Manjari cheshudanda Thilamodakaihi sah
Udvahan parashumastu te namah
Shri samrudhiyutha hemapingala

The Siddha Ganapati form of Ganesha has four hands and his color is golden yellow or green. The hands hold mango, garland of flowers, sugarcane and axe. His trunk holds sweet and sesame seeds.

The belief is that Siddha Ganapati blesses a person with ashta siddhis. Success in any task is assured after proper worship of Siddha Ganapati.
A popular temple associated with Siddha Ganapati is the Siddhi Vinayak Temple in Mumbai.

[code]http://www.hindu-blog.com/search/label/32%20forms%20of%20Ganesha[/code]
surenone - 19/07/2011 03:57 PM
#135

salam kenal TS prabuanom,

Sy numpang ijin duduk membaca, menyimak, dan memahami lebih jauh
akan sosok yg sy kenal sebagai Jambhala Merah dlm Tantric Buddhism.

om Prabu, bisa minta tolong terjemahan artikel di bawah dlm bahasa Indonesia saja (or in English).

Spoiler for dlm bahasa jawa

Bathara Gana (Ganesya) iku dewaning kawruh/ ngelmu, lan dadi lambange kawicaksanan. Kahyangane ing Glugutinatar. Wujude dewe sirah gajah. Miturut layang Smaradahana karyane Empu Dharmaja (Jamane Prabu Kameswara ratu ing Kediri), Bathara Ganesya iku putrane Sang Hyang Siwah (Bathara Guru) miyos daka Dewi Uma.

Nalika Sang Hyang Siwah tindak mratapa, kahyangan ketekan mungsuh, yaiku narendra ing Tanjungparang Sang Prabu Nilarudraka. Ratu buta sirah gajah iki nyuwun tumurune Bathari Gagarmayang nedya kepundhut garwa. Amarga ora dipinangkani, banjur ngamuk punggung sabalane. Para dewa kalah kabeh. Miturut wawasane Bathara Narada, amung Sang Hyang Siwah kang bisa nyirnakake mungsuh. Sigra matah Bathara Kamajaya supaya njugarake tapane Sang Hyang Siwah.

Ketaman jemparing Pancawisaya, Sang Hyang Siwah badhar tapane. Duka yayah sinipi Sang Hyang Siwah. Sanalika ing tengah-tengah palarapane mijil netra sumorot, ngobong anggane Bathara Kamajaya. Bathara Kamajaya sirna margalayu. Dewi Ratih bareng midhanget kakunge seda, sigra nusul menyang papan garwane seda. Satekane ing papan iku, geni kang wis sirep sanalika murup mulad-mulad maneh. Dewi Ratih bela pati obong.

Sakondure Sang Hyang Siwah ing kahyangan, kepanggih Dewi Umi, banjur kangen-kangenan. Wasana Dewi Umi mbobot. Nalika lagi mbobot enom, para dewa sowan api-api tuwi kondure Bathara Siwah, nanging karo nggawa gajah tunggangane Bathara Indra. Nalika iku Bathara Siwah lan Dewi Umi pinuju lenggahan.
Bareng priksa gajah Erawana sing wujude gedhe banget, Dewi Uma kaget lan njerit wedi. Bathara Siwah ngrerepa garwane karo paring pangandika yen putrane bakal mijil kakung, nanging sirahe sirah gajah.

Bareng jabang bayi lair, mbarengi tekane Prabu Nilarudraka sawadyabalane ngrabasa Kahyangan Jonggringsalaka. Ganesya sing isih bayi diajokake ing paprangan. Ganesya diidak-idak Prabu Nilarudraka ora mati, malah saga gedhe, lan bisa mateni Prabu Nilarudraka sawadyabalane.


Unik sekali ada Ganesha yg dimasukkan ke dalam wayang juga.

Ini sosok wayang yg baru2 dimasukkan atau bagaimana ceritanya, om Prabu ?
satriawibawa - 19/07/2011 06:11 PM
#136

Quote:
Original Posted By Vannesa007
kalau lambang kampus ITB ini apa makna nya puh ?
Ganesha kavacham

eh maaf kalau OOT puh malu:


Ya memang ITB menggunakan Ganesha sebagai lambang almamaternya. Maknanya karena Ganesha merupakah tokoh lambang pembelajaran, beliau mematahkan gadingnya sebelah untuk digunakan menulis dan beliau dianggap mampu menyingkirkan penghalang-penghalang yg menghambat kemajuan dalam belajar & mendapatkan ilmu pengetahuan.
satriawibawa - 19/07/2011 06:16 PM
#137

Quote:
Original Posted By prabuanom
hem mau pindah ke jabar lho to bli?


belum dalam waktu dekat koq Mas.
prabuanom - 20/07/2011 01:04 PM
#138

Quote:
Original Posted By surenone
salam kenal TS prabuanom,

Sy numpang ijin duduk membaca, menyimak, dan memahami lebih jauh
akan sosok yg sy kenal sebagai Jambhala Merah dlm Tantric Buddhism.

om Prabu, bisa minta tolong terjemahan artikel di bawah dlm bahasa Indonesia saja (or in English).

Spoiler for dlm bahasa jawa

Bathara Gana (Ganesya) iku dewaning kawruh/ ngelmu, lan dadi lambange kawicaksanan. Kahyangane ing Glugutinatar. Wujude dewe sirah gajah. Miturut layang Smaradahana karyane Empu Dharmaja (Jamane Prabu Kameswara ratu ing Kediri), Bathara Ganesya iku putrane Sang Hyang Siwah (Bathara Guru) miyos daka Dewi Uma.

Nalika Sang Hyang Siwah tindak mratapa, kahyangan ketekan mungsuh, yaiku narendra ing Tanjungparang Sang Prabu Nilarudraka. Ratu buta sirah gajah iki nyuwun tumurune Bathari Gagarmayang nedya kepundhut garwa. Amarga ora dipinangkani, banjur ngamuk punggung sabalane. Para dewa kalah kabeh. Miturut wawasane Bathara Narada, amung Sang Hyang Siwah kang bisa nyirnakake mungsuh. Sigra matah Bathara Kamajaya supaya njugarake tapane Sang Hyang Siwah.

Ketaman jemparing Pancawisaya, Sang Hyang Siwah badhar tapane. Duka yayah sinipi Sang Hyang Siwah. Sanalika ing tengah-tengah palarapane mijil netra sumorot, ngobong anggane Bathara Kamajaya. Bathara Kamajaya sirna margalayu. Dewi Ratih bareng midhanget kakunge seda, sigra nusul menyang papan garwane seda. Satekane ing papan iku, geni kang wis sirep sanalika murup mulad-mulad maneh. Dewi Ratih bela pati obong.

Sakondure Sang Hyang Siwah ing kahyangan, kepanggih Dewi Umi, banjur kangen-kangenan. Wasana Dewi Umi mbobot. Nalika lagi mbobot enom, para dewa sowan api-api tuwi kondure Bathara Siwah, nanging karo nggawa gajah tunggangane Bathara Indra. Nalika iku Bathara Siwah lan Dewi Umi pinuju lenggahan.
Bareng priksa gajah Erawana sing wujude gedhe banget, Dewi Uma kaget lan njerit wedi. Bathara Siwah ngrerepa garwane karo paring pangandika yen putrane bakal mijil kakung, nanging sirahe sirah gajah.

Bareng jabang bayi lair, mbarengi tekane Prabu Nilarudraka sawadyabalane ngrabasa Kahyangan Jonggringsalaka. Ganesya sing isih bayi diajokake ing paprangan. Ganesya diidak-idak Prabu Nilarudraka ora mati, malah saga gedhe, lan bisa mateni Prabu Nilarudraka sawadyabalane.


Unik sekali ada Ganesha yg dimasukkan ke dalam wayang juga.

Ini sosok wayang yg baru2 dimasukkan atau bagaimana ceritanya, om Prabu ?


inti kisahnya ganesha lahir berkepala gajah karena dewi uma kaget ketika melihat gajah erwana dari bhatara indra ketika mengandung. dan ahirnya sang ganesha lahir bisa mengalahkan serbuan rala nilarudra yang akan menghancurkan khayangan. tp saya menemukan bahwa ternyata diatas dlm bahasa jawa ini terjemahan serat dr bahasa bali. jd ya anehnya dlm pewayangan jawa sendiri ga ada lakon yang menceritakan sang hyang gana, kalopun ada paling juga cuma sedikit sekali. padahal jaman kerajaan hindu budha kan patung ganesha bertebaran dimana mana.
prabuanom - 20/07/2011 01:08 PM
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salam kenal TS prabuanom,

Sy numpang ijin duduk membaca, menyimak, dan memahami lebih jauh
akan sosok yg sy kenal sebagai Jambhala Merah dlm Tantric Buddhism.

om Prabu, bisa minta tolong terjemahan artikel di bawah dlm bahasa Indonesia saja (or in English).

Spoiler for dlm bahasa jawa

Bathara Gana (Ganesya) iku dewaning kawruh/ ngelmu, lan dadi lambange kawicaksanan. Kahyangane ing Glugutinatar. Wujude dewe sirah gajah. Miturut layang Smaradahana karyane Empu Dharmaja (Jamane Prabu Kameswara ratu ing Kediri), Bathara Ganesya iku putrane Sang Hyang Siwah (Bathara Guru) miyos daka Dewi Uma.

Nalika Sang Hyang Siwah tindak mratapa, kahyangan ketekan mungsuh, yaiku narendra ing Tanjungparang Sang Prabu Nilarudraka. Ratu buta sirah gajah iki nyuwun tumurune Bathari Gagarmayang nedya kepundhut garwa. Amarga ora dipinangkani, banjur ngamuk punggung sabalane. Para dewa kalah kabeh. Miturut wawasane Bathara Narada, amung Sang Hyang Siwah kang bisa nyirnakake mungsuh. Sigra matah Bathara Kamajaya supaya njugarake tapane Sang Hyang Siwah.

Ketaman jemparing Pancawisaya, Sang Hyang Siwah badhar tapane. Duka yayah sinipi Sang Hyang Siwah. Sanalika ing tengah-tengah palarapane mijil netra sumorot, ngobong anggane Bathara Kamajaya. Bathara Kamajaya sirna margalayu. Dewi Ratih bareng midhanget kakunge seda, sigra nusul menyang papan garwane seda. Satekane ing papan iku, geni kang wis sirep sanalika murup mulad-mulad maneh. Dewi Ratih bela pati obong.

Sakondure Sang Hyang Siwah ing kahyangan, kepanggih Dewi Umi, banjur kangen-kangenan. Wasana Dewi Umi mbobot. Nalika lagi mbobot enom, para dewa sowan api-api tuwi kondure Bathara Siwah, nanging karo nggawa gajah tunggangane Bathara Indra. Nalika iku Bathara Siwah lan Dewi Umi pinuju lenggahan.
Bareng priksa gajah Erawana sing wujude gedhe banget, Dewi Uma kaget lan njerit wedi. Bathara Siwah ngrerepa garwane karo paring pangandika yen putrane bakal mijil kakung, nanging sirahe sirah gajah.

Bareng jabang bayi lair, mbarengi tekane Prabu Nilarudraka sawadyabalane ngrabasa Kahyangan Jonggringsalaka. Ganesya sing isih bayi diajokake ing paprangan. Ganesya diidak-idak Prabu Nilarudraka ora mati, malah saga gedhe, lan bisa mateni Prabu Nilarudraka sawadyabalane.


Unik sekali ada Ganesha yg dimasukkan ke dalam wayang juga.

Ini sosok wayang yg baru2 dimasukkan atau bagaimana ceritanya, om Prabu ?


ohya bantu saya menjelaskan dalam tradisi budhism disini dong gan. saya agak ga paham mengenai sosok beliau di budhism yang dikatakan sebagai djambala merah. saya baca banyak artikel mengenai itu tapi masih agak ga paham. misal kenapa disatu sisi beliau dipuja sebagai salah satu pembantu dewi kwanim, tp dalam sisi lain kok ada gambar beliau diinjak oleh dewa lain dlm aliran tibetan. monggo gan silakan di bantu saya disini menjelaskan ganesh dari sisi budhism terutama aliran tibetan.
prabuanom - 20/07/2011 01:15 PM
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Original Posted By satriawibawa
Ya memang ITB menggunakan Ganesha sebagai lambang almamaternya. Maknanya karena Ganesha merupakah tokoh lambang pembelajaran, beliau mematahkan gadingnya sebelah untuk digunakan menulis dan beliau dianggap mampu menyingkirkan penghalang-penghalang yg menghambat kemajuan dalam belajar & mendapatkan ilmu pengetahuan.


shre ganesh adalah penulis dr kitab mahabharata yang didektekan oleh resi abiyasa. karena pena tak ada yg kuat digunakan untuk menulis kitab tersebut maka dipatahkanlah gadingnya sendiri untuk dijadikan pena untuk menulis.


Ganesh, the scribe

A very interesting story about Ganesh is the belief according to which he has been the writer of the Mahâbhârata One of the two main Indian epics, written about 14 centuries ago.

The Sage Vyâsa , the author of this epic, was meditating on Brahmâ. The god told him to request Ganesh to be the scribe for the dictation of this epic in verses.

Ganesh appeared immediately in the presence of Brahmâ and gave his agreement. However, he demanded that Vyâsa should talk without any stop.

Vyâsa dictated his own request : before starting to write, Ganesh had to understand each word, each thought, with all the significations they had.

Every time Vyâsa observed that Ganesh (photo ) had finished to write a verse (he used his broken tusk as a pen), he dictated another verse, as much complicated as possible. So, Ganesh was obliged to stop to write. That short period was enough to make Vyâsa able to mentally compose the following verses... and to tell them when Ganesh was ready.

This legend teaches us that the Mahâbhârata should not be read quickly. One must understand all the meanings of the story, and it is necessary to digest it. One must also listen to it carefully, and meditate about.

Actually, a belief says that the Mahâbhârata should not be read. We should listen to it every day, little by little. By this method, we may understand progressively the deep meaning of this story.

http://ganapati.perso.neuf.fr/anglais/adetmyth.html

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belum dalam waktu dekat koq Mas.


oooo ga kembali ke lombok bli?
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