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The arrival of the Pandas in Bali was due to the arrival of the rulers who came from across / outside the island of Bali. History states that in the VII-VIII centuries AD in Bali was controlled by the kings of the Sanjaya dynasty of the kingdom of Mataram (Central Java). But long before that archeological remains proved on the island of Bali inhabited by pandas who lived in the community at that time (the days of Bali).
In prehistoric times in Bali people seized crates of stone called sarcophagus which was used to store the corpses of people who during his lifetime were very influential. This proves that the tools used to make the sarcophagus were made by the Pandas who had inhabited the island of Bali in prehistoric times, namely in pre-Hindu times.
Trunyan Kintamani Village as an old village whose existence is believed to be the oldest in Bali had lived in the megalithic era ie long BC and well before the arrival of Hindus in Bali they had the belief that their highest god named Ratu Sakti Pancering Jagat was also called Da Tonta. This deity is not a deity in Hinduism, he is the ancestor / kawitan of Trunyan Village who is the most initiated. In the temple where Da Tonta was buried in a pelingih called Pura Dewa Pande. Apparently in pre-Hindu times there were pandas in the Trunyan Village, although currently in the Trunyan village there are no more Pandand residents (Nyoman Wista Darmada (pande Nongan) and Made Gede Sutama (Pande Celuk), 1996: 17).
Around the beginning of the VI century AD came to Bali Rsi Markandea spreaders of Hinduism which brought a number of workers. He also brought citizens from Java. The pande residents brought by Rsi Markandeya then settled around the village of Taro. Around Lake Batur, Lake Tamblingan and Besakih (Bali Age). Then in the 6th century AD came again to Bali, a Hindu named Sri Agni Jaya Sakti, a follower of Sang Aji Saka. He was of the Brahmin tradition and his arrival in Bali was accompanied by Shiva and Buddhist priests.
The teachings of Hinduism taught by Sri Angi Jaya Sakti teaches religion to the surrounding community is Hinduism which is Brahmanic. His teachings include:
a) Prihal makes weapons, the keris spear and his mantrams
b) Prihal chooses the pros and cons of spear and dagger weapons called “carcaning dagger”.
c) Regarding the armor and the mantrams and writings that are considered good luck.
d) Prist of war tactics.
From the four teachings mentioned above that were brought by Sri Angi Jaya Sakti. the first and second teachings are very closely related to the expertise / propesi pande. Only pande has a spell in the making of weapons and only pande who understands and lives the carcaning of a dagger. The third and fourth teachings are closely related to the first and second teachings where an increase in perceptions about how to play the war as a soldier or as a regulator of war tactics is required. There is no mistaking the story of the previous people that the citizens of Pande always were upfront as leaders in the war because they knew the strategy to live up to the meaning of heritage with all its contents (pasupatii).
At this time the Pandas who came with Sri Kesari Warmadewa came from Indonesia living in groups in four places. That is:
Of the four pande places that live on Lake Tamblingan, they get special treatment because the types of goods they produce are special and their skills / abilities are very superior. There is another privilege to them that they are freed from all taxes that should be paid by residents.
The division of the Pandas residents who lived in Lake Tamblingan because at that time King Sri Tapolung who had the title “Bhatara Cri Asta Asura Ratna Bumi Banten” declared that he was no longer subject to the power of the Javanese King (Majapahit). So that the Majapahit king punished for his attitude, Majapahit King Sri Hayam Wuruk sent troops to attack Bali. The main target is Pande residents in Lake Tamblingan because they consider the weapons of the ruler of Sri Tapolung in this area. Other residents in the vicinity of Lake Tamblingan also gave birth to themselves and most of them hid themselves in the forest west of the lake (Gobleg area).
The ruler of Bali then after Sri Tapolung namely Dalem Semara Kepakisan (Dalem Ketut Ngulesir) who ruled Bali from his palace in Gelgel felt the need to call back the Pandas who had fled leaving Tamblingan Lake to return to their origin.
Such was the situation of the four Bang Pande groups from the time of Sri Kesari Warmadewa to the time of Pejeng. The four groups that followed Sri Kesari Warmadewa