Venue : Sanur Paradise Hotel, Sanur – Bali, Indonesia
Date : 31 January 2015 – 01 February 2015.
Theme : Political Sciences, Sociology, Education Pedagogy
As the world becomes increasingly integrated the political, social, and cultural boundaries are being re-configured and new challenges emerge. Political power is shifting beyond the traditional state models and governance is taking on new forms. Social conflict arises across different regions of the world.
Amidst all of these, political scientists, political experts, academics, sociologist should actively engaged in an in-depth discourse by providing an active voice which helps shape the opinions of the public, institutions and the policy-makers.
The conference has so far been an important event and has attracted many scientists, engineers and researchers from academia, government laboratories, and industry internationally.
All of Submitted Full Paper SOCIO-CULTURAL 2015 will be peer reviewed by at least three reviewers.
Event Type : Conference
Categories : Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Engineering
Venue : Sanur Beach Hotel
SCIETECH 2015, 3rd International Conference on Science & Engineering in Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics is one of the noteworthy event on Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics and Engineering topics.
3rd International Conference on Science & Engineering in Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics is starting on 31 January, 2015 and ending on 01 February, 2015.
3rd International Conference on Science & Engineering in Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics is organized annually.
The guests of SCIETECH 2015 are predicted to be scholars, leading researchers and experts from diverse backgrounds and applications areas
Gulungan is a bi-annual ceremony (held every 6 months) that is probably the most important in the Balinese calendar. The Galungan Ceremony represents the victory of dharma over adharma, or simply put, good over evil. It celebrates the the two weeks every year when all the good spirits come down to Bali. Every 210 days the whole island of Bali sprouts flimsy bamboo poles, known as “penjor,” an unmistakable sign that Galungan fever is just about to kick in. The house compounds that make up the nucleus of Balinese society come alive with devotions offered by the families living within. Families offer bountiful sacrifices of food and flowers to the ancestral spirits, expressing gratitude and hopes for protection. These sacrifices are also offered at local temples, which are packed with devotees bringing their offerings. The whole island sprouts tall bamboo poles called “penjor” – these are usually decorated with fruit, coconut leaves, and flowers, and set up on the right of every residence entrance. At each gate, you’ll also find small bamboo altars set up especially for the holiday, each one bearing woven palm-leaf offerings for the spirits. Balinese mythology is colorful to say the least and the story behind Galungan takes it to a whole new level. Briefly, it involves a shape-shifting evil giant, rivers of blood and a year-long battle royal between the Gods. During Galungan the Godly spirits return to earth and expect to be welcomed and entertained with important Balinese rituals and extravagant feasts.
‘Morning of The World’ is a strong promotion tool for Sanur Village Festival espcially for tourism industry. With ‘Morning of The World’, Sanur Village Festival 2014 has been tried to remind the fact of Sanur being the branding of Bali Tourism, where the sunrise of Bali is starting from Sanur.
Sanur Village Festival 2014 is also trying to remember of what Jawaharlal Nehru has mentioned during his visit in Bali, where Bali is ‘Morning of The World’. And it will keep being the branded of Bali since then. Carrying on “The New Spirit of Heritage” and “The Morning of the World” as this year’s theme, the Sanur Village Festival highlights a bazaar and food festival, fashion shows, expos, tours, culinary challenges, Yoga, sports activities and environmental awareness programs, and it will also highlight an international kite festival, an exotic jukung festival and a first-ever Sanur Run.
Food lovers will have the opportunity to try out rare Balinese heritage cuisine at the bazaar, with more traditional food stands than international – although representative Sanur restaurants will also feature a great range of signature pizzas and burgers. The Inna Grand Bali Beach’s own restaurant and bar will be presenting their best offerings at reasonable prices during the food bazaar. Five-star international cuisine from the industry for up to only IDR 50,000 per serving, is available alongside traditional dishes that let you sample the rich flavours of the archipelago in one spot.