As wonder a sparkling pearl on white sandy beaches of Atuh beach, Nusa Penida island. The creative hands of beautiful Balinese women from the rural village – ‘ Tanglad village ‘, have been tested and able to create the unique art of traditional woven cloth ‘ Cepuk ‘, typical Nusa Penida island, Klungkung, Bali.
The villager in ‘ Tanglad village ‘ who always proud and keep always pray for their Bali Island land at the beyond of Nusa Penida island…..”He…..ditu di Bali alah Amrik…..” …. Kola…kola….kola demen eda ….!!! ”
A bowl of hot porridge typical of Nusa Penida island – ‘Ledok’ porridge. A healthy traditional porridge made from nature corn kernels, red yams, white rices and basil leaves.
We have to keep stirring it up – in Balinese word ‘Ledok’ during its cooking, to get perfect savory porridge. ‘ Ledok ‘ porridge from Nusa Penida island is very useful for nature Diabetes cure. Ouups, please …..add drop of chili sauces if you like it…!!!
‘ Cepuk ‘ Traditional woven cloth which is made by traditional utensil ‘ Cagcag ‘ and need an extreme performance by Balinese weavers. Making ‘Cepuk’ traditional woven cloth requires patience with a high level of complexity and also must have high artistic power. The dye materials used for making ‘Cepuk’ woven cloth are extracted from natural colors, especially ‘Secang’ wooden extract.
- TENUN CEPUK ALAMI
- Address : Br/Ds. Tanglad, Kec. Nusa Penida, Kab. Klungkung, Bali – 80771.
- Contact person : Ngurah Hendrawan.
- Hp. 0821-4745-8780
- WA : 0823-5952-6577
- BBM :5C52650C
- FB : Ngurah Cepuk Tenun Alami
- Email : email@example.com
In Balinese traditional myth of Nusa Penida island. ‘Cepuk’ woven cloth is believed to be a traditional woven cloth that has mystical powers as a protector of obstacles in performing rituals, as a sacred place, protecting humans from harm, cleansing mala ‘ life troubles ‘, Strong and immune, etc.
Through complex process, traditional yarn is created by the craftswomen patiently. Natural ingredients and natural coloring become the choice in making “ Cepuk “ traditional woven cloth.
The first step making process of “Cepuk” woven cloth – ” Mepesen ” that separates cotton from the seeds. Next merge is separated cotton called “Nyetet”. The third process is “Ngantih” which is the activity of cotton spinning into yarn.
Once finished, the yarn is placed in bamboo or “Ngiha”. To give color, the yarn is then in -celub – traditional coloring process with natural dye from the bark extract. The colored yarn, rolled according to the desired color pattern through the “Nganyinin” process. To ensure the quality, the yarn is checked again with the technique of “Nyahsah”, then rolled on the board as wide as 15 cm, then start the weaving process.