Published at Saturday, 25 May 2019. Heritage Shack. By Lukas Schubert.
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.
Desa Pedawa is in an elevation position ranging between 450-800 meters above sea level. Located at a distance of 12 km from Banjar District and 30 km from Singaraja City. This village has five sub-village (Banjar) called 'Sambangan'. The livelihoods of the population are generally farming and in the past this area was very famous for the production of palm sugar. Many people became tappers of palm sugar at that time.
(2) Kitchen and making a palm sugar.
The kitchen known as 'Paon' consists of three important parts, namely: Paon Tuak (largest size), Paon Jakan (medium size) and Irun (measuring slightly smaller than Paon Jakan).
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