International Seminar Proceeding <p>International Seminar</p> en-US (Hadianto Gantiano) Wed, 16 Oct 2019 04:37:59 +0700 OJS 60 RELIGIOUS TEXT OF ‘PANATURAN’ <p>The ethnic of Dayak Ngaju is one of the Dayaks in Central Kalimantan. This ethnic group has a native belief named Kaharingan, which is later on called as a religion. Kaharingan religion was previously called Ngaju beliefs, Hiden religion and even Kafir or unbelievers. In its process, in 1972, this belief is associated with Hinduism or Hindu Kaharingan. This religion has a holy book, Panaturan, in which most of the texts are used by most of the Dayak Ngaju community for religion purposes. To have a comprehensive picture of this religious text, this article used semantic structures to see the field and participants in the text. The findings show that Panaturan is structured within narrative, drama, and poetry. While, the participants on Panaturan are structured hierarchicaly from high – middle – low and textually called as upper realm/ sky, lower realm/ space, and earth.</p> Maria Arina Luardini, Putu Sutama,, Natalina Asi Copyright (c) 2019 International Seminar Proceeding Wed, 16 Oct 2019 04:16:12 +0700 Growing Up in Hinduism: The Unexpected Transformation of Hinduism in Tolerance and Justice <p>This article is the result of a study of several references that explain the transformation of Hinduism from various perspectives. This paper tries to show the meaning of Hindu tolerance that does not shift as true intrinsic values of the human self. In a pluralistic and heterogeneous society, Hinduism transforms the values of tolerance in a universal perspective of life. Hinduism offers extraordinary diversity through its beliefs, culture, arts, and customs. Claiming more than 1.08 billion adherents or 15% of the world's population. Its diversity offers a freedom that allows individuals to follow many different paths in their quest for God. Hinduism is a religious and cultural phenomenon that breeds tolerance and contains important teachings about values for the modern world. These include beliefs about the sacred earth, belief in the relationship with each other between all life, belief in the law of karma, and other commitments contained in the simplicity of life and spiritual benefits greater than material wealth. Of course, Hinduism still faces many challenges caused by the values of globalism, materialism, consumerism, and individualism. Although much affected by the adverse effects of globalism, Hinduism continues to survive with its theology. The important meaning of Hinduism is basically the most diverse philosophical religion and contains almost every philosophical idea that emphasizes the concepts of self, the world, and God itself. These ideas and ideas form the conceptual background of the uniqueness of Hinduism through the perspective of tolerance.</p> Putu Satya Narayanti Copyright (c) 2019 International Seminar Proceeding Wed, 16 Oct 2019 04:19:07 +0700 ETHICAL RELIGIOUS COMMUNICATION AS A FOUNDATION FOR BUILDING SOCIAL HARMONY IN THE ERA OF THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION 4.0 <p>The religious ethics of communicating in this paper are communication ethics that are based on religious education, especially those originating from the education of Hinduism. Religious-ethics should be carried out in real-life every day given the dynamics and social changes that are very fast as part of the development of science and technology. Besides bringing a positive impact on improving the level of human life in the world, the development of science and technology cannot be denied giving negative sentiment to the degradation of human ethics and morality so as to distance people from their human nature, especially in terms of communication. In this era, communication is very vital because communication can lead to peace and also destruction. Hindu communication in a number of texts is very concerned about ethics, namely the rules of communication. The Hindu scriptures, the Vedas, mandate a great deal about ethics which must be upheld especially in relation to the practice of communication. The communication ethics aims to establish a common meaning between the communicant as the messenger, and the communicator as the recipient of the message. The similarity of meaning that is built up can avoid communication gaps. Communication ethics that is applied properly and correctly in the dimension of social life can build social harmony.</p> Ketut Yuniati Copyright (c) 2019 International Seminar Proceeding Wed, 16 Oct 2019 04:21:21 +0700 STRENGTHENING THE HINDU'S RELIGIOUS VALUES ON MILLENNIAL HINDU GENERATION TO <p>The radicalism act in Indonesia in the name of religion has captured the attention of many parties. Radicalism is contrary to religious values. This situation is disturbing for the general public and millennial generation. The millennial generation is seen as a potential unifier of the nation but also very vulnerable to introduced and as a group to spread radicalism. Their access to digital information is very high. Unfortunately, not all information they received is entirely correct; they often exposed by content that full of intolerance, and hatred that is contrary to the values of religion and national civilization. Their vulnerability to be disclosed by radicalism ideology was caused due to lack of understanding in the religious values that teach peace (santih), the importance of brotherhood (Vasudaiva Kutumbhakam, Tat Twam Asi), as well as other virtue values. Digital technology that used wisely can raise social, cultural, and religious vulnerabilities. This paper is a synthesis of thought with a library research approach to explore opinions and findings to formulate new ideas as a response to the challenges and opportunities of millennial Hindu generations in the era of digital technology. Two important things that must be done to the millennial Hindu generation are strengthening the values of peace and brotherhood and also improves and carrying out the teachings of dharma.</p> Ni Putu Suwardani Copyright (c) 2019 International Seminar Proceeding Wed, 16 Oct 2019 04:26:29 +0700 Mapping of the Hinduism Convertion and The Impact on Hindu Young Generation in Southeast Sulawesi (Case Study of Hinduism to Non-Hinduism) <p>The study on the Mapping of the Hinduism Conversion and the Impact on Young Hindu Generation in Southeast Sulawesi (Case Study of Hinduism to Non-Hindus) had been carried out. This study aims to investigate the general description of Hinduism conversion that occurred in southeast Sulawesi and how it impacts on young Hindu generation. The method that used in this study was mixed methods, but it dominates by quantitative analysis methods, while the qualitative forgive the description. The sampling technique used in this study was purposive sampling, while the purposes of data collection used in this study were: observation, interviews, document recording, and predictive surveys. The techniques of data analysis used in this study were interpretation data, reduction, presentation, conclusions, and verification. The results of this study indicate that: 1) The Hinduism conversion in Southeast Sulawesi has increased every year since the last five years and has occurred in almost all areas of Hindu transmigration, it was dominated by teenagers to adults at various levels of education; 2) There has been a change in values from the social, cultural and spiritual aspects on young Hindu generation in southeast Sulawesi as a result of the Hinduism conversion</p> I Gede Purwana, I Nyoman Sudiana, I Nengah Suliarta, Kadek Seprani Copyright (c) 2019 International Seminar Proceeding Wed, 16 Oct 2019 04:27:48 +0700 HINDU YOUTH CREATES PEACE IN THE MILLENNIAL ERA <p>Nowdays, in the millennial era, which is called the digital age, people should get to know 3 (three) important things, namely, data literacy, technology literacy, and human resource literacy. The purpose of this paper is to discuss how young Hindus can master these three things, utilize data accurately and can talk, discuss and disseminate information based on available data so that they are not underestimated by other religions. Similarly, the use of technology in an appropriate manner by their needs, so they can compete in the world of work. By using the four pillars of education concepts, namely, 1) learning to know, (2) learning to do, (3) learning to be, and (4) learning to live together, then Hindu resources will be able to compete in healthily and harmoniously way side by side with other nations, who have different customs and religions. This thought is important to spread because it needs to be realized by young Hindus to be able to create world peace. Thus a true peace begins with individuals, families, and communities. No hoax, no violence.</p> Ni Made Indiani, I Made Santosa Copyright (c) 2019 International Seminar Proceeding Wed, 16 Oct 2019 04:29:08 +0700 Hinduism in Milleneal Era, October, 03, 2019 53 APPLICATION OF VEDIC MATHEMATICS ON MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION PROBLEMS FOR STUDENTS OF PGSD STUDY PROGRAM <p>Vedic mathematics is uniquely named for formulae to solve problems faster than general solutions. Term of Vedic mathematics based on old Hindu scripture namely Atharvaveda. In this research, sutra (formulae) that applied is the Nikhilam sutra part from 16 sutras on Vedic mathematics. Nikhil sutra is formulae to solve problems about multiplication and division. Research subject on this research is a student of the PGSD Study Program from STAHDS Central Sulawesi. The method that used in this research is Open-Ended who developed by Takahashi, which aims to know how are applying Vedic mathematics, how far the result of student achievement and also what are student responses after got new formulae came from Vedic mathematics. The result of this research is mean of student achievement increase from 68 to 80. On the other hand, data from the questionnaire shows that 90% of the students very agree to apply Vedic mathematics to learning.</p> I KETUT KERTAYASA Copyright (c) 2019 International Seminar Proceeding Wed, 16 Oct 2019 04:30:26 +0700 THE STIMULATION OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS’ SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT THROUGH YOGA ASANAS <p>This study aimed to describe the process of elementary school students’ social-emotional development through Yoga Asanas. Social and emotional intelligence plays an important role in determining one's success (Daniel Goleman in Iriyanto, 2006). This intelligence can encourage the development of children to start and have social relationships with others and become the basis for the development of their academic ability. This research was focused on elementary school students especially in big classes (class IV-VI). Yoga Asanas was an option to stimulate social-emotional intelligence because there were movements that could stimulate that ability through body movement exercises which corresponded to the growth and development of the brain in the secondary phase of Yoga Asanas.</p> Kadek Aria Prima Dewi PF Copyright (c) 2019 International Seminar Proceeding Wed, 16 Oct 2019 04:33:39 +0700 ACTION OF HINDU COMMUNITY IN DEVELOPING INTERNATIONAL RELATIONSHIP THROUGH CULTURAL TOURISM IN SENGGIGI BEACH <p>This study aims to conduct a study of the actions of Hindus in building International relations through the development of cultural tourism in Senggigi beach. The phenomenon is to maintain the sanctity of the temple associated with the development of tourism in Senggigi beach. There are three focuses on the research, namely the challenges faced by Hindus in preserving the existence of the Segara Temple during tourism development, the impact of tourism development on the sanctity of the Segara Temple, the actions of Hindus in conserving the sanctity of Segara Temple. This study was designed in the form of a qualitative descriptive study to describe the actions taken to always be able to maintain the sanctity of the temple during the rapid development of tourism. Based on this research, it was found that the challenge of Hindus in preserving the existence of the Segara Temple was the tendency for a decline in the sanctity of the temple due to the tourists visiting the temple area whose condition of the temple and tourism development distance to the Segara Temple began to be violated. The impact of tourism development on the sanctity of the Segara Temple in a positive dimension helps to finance temple activities, both the preservation of temples and the implementation of Hindu ceremonies. The negative impact is a decrease in the level of sanctity of the temple, especially tourists visiting the temple in a state of cuntaka (Unholy conditions oThe actions of Hindus in conserving the sanctity of Pura Segara through awareness of Hindus to always maintain the sanctity of the temple in all its activities, set limits on the sanctity of the temple area, communicate with tourism actors related to the sanctity of the temple, and convey to the relevant parties to respect Hindu religious ceremony activities.</p> I Gusti Komang Kembarawan Copyright (c) 2019 International Seminar Proceeding Wed, 16 Oct 2019 04:36:01 +0700 THE IMPLICATIONS OF THE DOCTRINE SAD PARAMITA INFORMING THE STUDENT CHARACTER OF SMK TOURISM GANESHA UBUD <p>The teachings of Sad Paramita are moral teachings or ethics as the way to nobility. The doctrine of Sad Paramita as the basis of the Hindu religion that has a religious attitude to increase the nobility, behavior, and personality of man. In addition, Sad Paramita can build a balanced harmony of life. When the doctrine of Sad Paramita are realized in daily life, harmony, peace, welfare, and success will be accomplished. Based on the fact that steadreality to God begins with the confidence of the self, by believing in the presence of God and his doctrine. People who are said to have a right steadiness attitude will always obey, diligent and confident in the activity of something related to God or the power that is beyond the limits of human power. In this case, the problem of Taqwa (devoutly) will never be separated from the scope of religion, because religion is a path or belief that a person embraced in disobedience to his lord. If religion has become an integral part of the person of every Hindu, then religion will be visible in all human behavior both individually and jointly. Thus through the application of the doctrine of Sad Paramita is expected to be able to instill good character and possess noble nobility. Thus, the realization of the teaching, indirectly, can produce superior students, able to compete in the world of work or industry, possess skills and have high competitiveness, creative and innovative, and always uphold honesty.</p> Ni Nyoman Perni Copyright (c) 2019 International Seminar Proceeding Wed, 16 Oct 2019 04:37:07 +0700 Hindu Kaharingan across Time: Anthropological Portrayals of a Religion in Transition Keynote Address <p>The beliefs and religious practices of Kalimantan’s indigenous peoples have been documented by social scientists and others for well over a century.&nbsp; Hindu Kaharingan, however, is unique in the robust level of scientific attention that it has attracted. Anthropologists have had the privilege of investigating and analyzing part of Hindu Kaharingan’s unfolding story. The vitality of Hindu Kaharingan and its role in local identity continues to generate interest among Indonesian and foreign researchers alike. This presentation examines changes in how Kaharingan has been portrayed by anthropologists over time. It argues that the recognition of Hindu Kaharingan was a watershed moment in indigenous religious activism.&nbsp; Since that time, Hindu Kaharingan has often been cited as an example of a native religion that has survived and thrived in the face of social transformation. Yet, interest in Hindu Kaharingan is not limited to academicians only. In 1996, with the encouragement of local cultural activists, the National Geographic Society produced a television film about Kaharingan. While the film led to broader appreciation across the globe of Dayak culture, its production also raised complex issues regarding how controversial aspects of Ngaju death rituals should be portrayed. The presentation concludes with a call for new research, conducted by adherents of Hindu Kaharingan themselves and published in multiple languages in scientific journals with the highest peer review standards, to add more perspectives to this exceptional story of cultural survival and identity in contemporary Indonesia.</p> Anne Schiller Copyright (c) 2019 International Seminar Proceeding Tue, 29 Oct 2019 00:00:00 +0700