Amidst of lush and green trees, we find Julah & sembiran village, the peaceful traditional village. The Balinese fishermen village with indigenous life nuances of that still retains the ancient customs in North of Bali.
There is a custom that distinguishes in Julah traditional village, Tejakula district, Buleleng, Bali. “ Soroh “ or division class is very inherent in Balinese life commonly. But this is not found in traditional village of Julah, Tejakula. Julah village includes an old village which is often called by “ Bali Mula “ which has been inhabiting Tejakula, Buleleng since the 10th century.
The settlement arrangement of Julah community resides in one “ Banjaran ‘ – social community or the smallest group of people in a community inhabited by several heads of families, and each head of the family is obliged to inhabit a separate house with his parents, reflecting a highly upheld openness here.
From year to year the journey of Balinese life history keep on continues. Julah village is a traditional village in Buleleng, the northern part of Bali island. In Bali ancient times, Julah village was the largest port village – Julah village became the center of Bali’s royal power in the past.
Historian from Ganesha Education University, Prof. Dr. I Nengah Bawa Atmaja said that the pirates in question are the Sea men from Bajo. As the largest port village in ancient times, this cluster of villages also includes Bondalem Village, Sambirenteng Village, Tejakula Village and Penuktukan Village.
The villages form of bond called ‘ Banua’. They live in interdependence and are bound to this day in religious ties, the village in this hilly area produces sweet potatoes, coffee, etc. And coastal people produce salt, etc.
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