Thaipusam, The Festival Forgiveness of SinsThaipusam, Festival Pengampunan Dosa
July 25, 2013 (No Comments) by D'traveller

Thaipusam is a festival celebrated by Tamil Hindus during the Tamil Thai of month (January-February). Thaipusam celebrations dedicated to the Hindu god Murugan, son of Shiva and Parvati, where by non-Indian Hindus who are in Sri Lanka, Malaysia and South Africa also celebrated.

 
Most of the people doing the torture their bodies to please God to forgive their sins. Thaipusam is very meaningful for most people of Hinduism in Tamil, which is a day of atonement or a day begging forgiveness for sins that have been doing the human life.

 
For those who ask for forgiveness of sins will do the ritual self-torture, as is walking on a bed of nails, some are stab iron arrows on the tongue and cheeks from left to right with the short and long arrows, there is also a stab behind them with dozens of hooks measuring 10 cm.


when they torture themselves to say all that was done was in a state of half-conscious and dedicated to their gods.

Thaipusam is a festival celebrated by Tamil Hindus during the Tamil Thai of month (January-February). Thaipusam celebrations dedicated to the Hindu god Murugan, son of Shiva and Parvati, where by non-Indian Hindus who are in Sri Lanka, Malaysia and South Africa also celebrated.


Most of the people doing the torture their bodies to please God to forgive their sins. Thaipusam is very meaningful for most people of Hinduism in Tamil, which is a day of atonement or a day begging forgiveness for sins that have been doing the human life.


For those who ask for forgiveness of sins will do the ritual self-torture, as is walking on a bed of nails, some are stab iron arrows on the tongue and cheeks from left to right with the short and long arrows, there is also a stab behind them with dozens of hooks measuring 10 cm.


when they torture themselves to say all that was done was in a state of half-conscious and dedicated to their gods.

Thaipusam merupakan festival yang dirayakan oleh umat Hindu Tamil selama bulan Tamil Thai (Januari – Februari). Perayaan Thaipusam didedikasikan untuk dewa Hindu Murugan, Putra Siwa dan Parvati, dimana oleh umat Hindu non-India yang berada di Sri Lanka, Malaysia dan Afrika Selatan juga ikut merayakannya.

Sebagian besar umat melakukan penyiksaan tubuh mereka untuk menyenangkan Dewa agar memaafkan dosa mereka. Thaipusam memang bermakna sangat dalam bagi penganut agama hindu Tamil, yakni sebagai hari penebusan dosa atau hari memohon ampun atas dosa yang telah dilakukan selama manusia itu hidup.

Bagi mereka yang memohon ampunan dosa akan melakukan ritual penyiksaan diri, seperti ialah berjalan di atas kasur berpaku, ada juga yang mencucuk panah besi pada lidah dan pipi dari kiri ke kanan dengan panah pendek dan panjang, ada juga yang mencucuk belakang mereka dengan puluhan mata pancing berukuran 10 cm.

Saat mereka menyiksa diri mereka dapat dikatakan semua yang dilakukan berada di dalam keadaan separuh sadar dan dipersembahkan bagi dewa mereka.

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Thaipusam, The Festival Forgiveness of SinsThaipusam, Festival Pengampunan Dosa
July 25, 2013 (No Comments) by D'traveller

Thaipusam is a festival celebrated by Tamil Hindus during the Tamil Thai of month (January-February). Thaipusam celebrations dedicated to the Hindu god Murugan, son of Shiva and Parvati, where by non-Indian Hindus who are in Sri Lanka, Malaysia and South Africa also celebrated.

 
Most of the people doing the torture their bodies to please God to forgive their sins. Thaipusam is very meaningful for most people of Hinduism in Tamil, which is a day of atonement or a day begging forgiveness for sins that have been doing the human life.

 
For those who ask for forgiveness of sins will do the ritual self-torture, as is walking on a bed of nails, some are stab iron arrows on the tongue and cheeks from left to right with the short and long arrows, there is also a stab behind them with dozens of hooks measuring 10 cm.


when they torture themselves to say all that was done was in a state of half-conscious and dedicated to their gods.

Thaipusam is a festival celebrated by Tamil Hindus during the Tamil Thai of month (January-February). Thaipusam celebrations dedicated to the Hindu god Murugan, son of Shiva and Parvati, where by non-Indian Hindus who are in Sri Lanka, Malaysia and South Africa also celebrated.


Most of the people doing the torture their bodies to please God to forgive their sins. Thaipusam is very meaningful for most people of Hinduism in Tamil, which is a day of atonement or a day begging forgiveness for sins that have been doing the human life.


For those who ask for forgiveness of sins will do the ritual self-torture, as is walking on a bed of nails, some are stab iron arrows on the tongue and cheeks from left to right with the short and long arrows, there is also a stab behind them with dozens of hooks measuring 10 cm.


when they torture themselves to say all that was done was in a state of half-conscious and dedicated to their gods.

Thaipusam merupakan festival yang dirayakan oleh umat Hindu Tamil selama bulan Tamil Thai (Januari – Februari). Perayaan Thaipusam didedikasikan untuk dewa Hindu Murugan, Putra Siwa dan Parvati, dimana oleh umat Hindu non-India yang berada di Sri Lanka, Malaysia dan Afrika Selatan juga ikut merayakannya.

Sebagian besar umat melakukan penyiksaan tubuh mereka untuk menyenangkan Dewa agar memaafkan dosa mereka. Thaipusam memang bermakna sangat dalam bagi penganut agama hindu Tamil, yakni sebagai hari penebusan dosa atau hari memohon ampun atas dosa yang telah dilakukan selama manusia itu hidup.

Bagi mereka yang memohon ampunan dosa akan melakukan ritual penyiksaan diri, seperti ialah berjalan di atas kasur berpaku, ada juga yang mencucuk panah besi pada lidah dan pipi dari kiri ke kanan dengan panah pendek dan panjang, ada juga yang mencucuk belakang mereka dengan puluhan mata pancing berukuran 10 cm.

Saat mereka menyiksa diri mereka dapat dikatakan semua yang dilakukan berada di dalam keadaan separuh sadar dan dipersembahkan bagi dewa mereka.

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