Published at Saturday, 25 May 2019. Heritage Shack. By Lukas Schubert.
The increasing number of people makes green lands thinning and the level of competition for jobs is increasing, inevitably this ultimately changes livelihoods and simultaneously changes people's lifestyles. Now only a few people make palm sugar, and have switched to other professions that are more profitable.
Before this village was named Desa Pedawa, the name given to this village was Mount Tambleg, which meant innocent people. However, then the name changed to Gunung Sari which means fertile area. After experiencing a change of name twice, finally the name Pedawa which means Panjak Dewa was used as the name of this village since the 15th century. The indigenous inhabitants of the village of Pedawa, who are called Bali Aga people, believe that their ancestors came from the Lake Tamblingan area in Buleleng Regency, borders with Tabanan Regency.
Additional area that is located next to the front porch or 'Terempang', this room is called 'Sepen'. This room usually stores worship tools and also some items that need to be stored. There is also a building called 'Jineng' (Lumbung) whose position is in front of a house that functions to store rice yields for residents who work as farmers.
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