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Dayak tribe in Kalimantan Parks Kapuas Hulu is still routinely undergo traditional rituals, one of which Mandung ritual. First, this ritual is done by slaves spear.Now, this ritual is performed using sapi.ÂDayak tribe Melapi Park is one of the thousands of sub tribe Dayak scattered throughout the island of Borneo. Although generally have similar customs, basically on every sub-tribe must have a uniqueness that made the difference with other sub-tribes.
No exception Dayak Taman Kapuas Hulu. Dayak tribe has one of the traditional procession that goes from generation to generation since the days of our fathers until now. The Dayak sub Kapuas Hulu uphold traditions and cultural mores. One tradition that is still carried out at a given time is a tradition Mandung. In the past, this tradition is a traditional ritual performed as a form of gratitude and thanks to the spirits of ancestors. The tribe is believed that the spirits of the ancestors had blessed the harvest, at the time of the Dayak still embrace faith in the spirits of ancestors and the Creator of Nature.
There is a unique process of welcoming guests in the Dayak tribe Wehea in East Kutai, East Kalimantan. Elders there would recite incantations and slaughtering chickens.Then, the blood on the forehead will dicercahkan tourists.
Protection Forest Wehea with an area of 38,000 hectares, is inseparable with Indigenous People Community Wehea in Nehas Liah Bing, Wahau Muara District, East Kutai, East Kalimantan.Inauguration of customary on November 6, 2004, seems to be evidence of an association between the presence of cultural Wehea Wehea Forest Preserve itself.
Following up on the evidence of the existence of closely related Wehea Forest Preserve Wehea, so every guest that comes shall undergo traditional rituals. Every visit, especially for the first time came to the Forest Preserve Wehea, always greeted with a welcome ritual in Indigenous Wehea. Ritual reception is intended that while the Forest Preserve Wehea, tourists are always protected and spared from pain. In addition, protected from evil spirits gatekeepers area
In the procession, usually provided some god media addressed to the Lord Protector and gatekeepers. God is in the form, Lekoq Keptiaq of rice, betel, areca nut, and cigarettes were also prepared bracelets of red thread three beads attached red, yellow and black. Do not miss all the eggs and chickens to be slaughtered and its blood dicerakan on the forehead of the tourists and the statue of Hong Well and Joot Bleu.
Before the ritual performed, first made telkeak tied with ropes wicker and bamboo sticks. As banners, telikeak is decorated with pengsut, the ornament of a special sharpener dowel and hung on bamboo. When all was ready, tribal men and women entering the ritual locations, including guests and stand behind telkeak. All guests are required to touch the deity include Lekoq Keptiaq and then performed incantations and prayers for all safe and well.
Tradition Baayun usual birthday of the prophet in his or month Rabiul Awal (27/02/2010,) is hereditary tradition of the Muslims in South Kalimantan. Tradition contains chanting prayers as she swung the child in the swing has been going on for hundreds of years and are related to indigenous Dayak beliefs Meratus mountains. Typically, Ba’ayun tradition held at the tomb of Prince Suriansyah, North Kuin Banjarmasin, king Banjar Islamic missionaries in Banjarmasin, South Kalimantan.
Annual tradition with a child swinging in Maulud is intended that the child if she grew up to be a healthy person devoted to parents, and to follow the Prophet Muhammad ketauladanan.
Interestingly, while rocking cradle the baby, the mother hummed with shalawat prophet. As if understanding is being sung, children none of the whining toddler let alone cry. most can even fall asleep.
Used in Ba’ayun swing is unique, ie, use a cloth decorated with coconut palm trees, coconut palms and coconut palm trees. leaf shaped like a ladder princess, prince ladder, umbrella throne, broken kale, kambang sarai, bracelets, and other matters relating to the royal accessories. if the process is complete Maulud Ba’ayun, swing also decorated a variety of fruit such as bananas, cake ring and banknotes, they can take home.
Secretary of the department of culture and tourism (Disbudpar) Sintang H Junaidi proud with enthusiasm of the audience when Studio Single Sebeji Sintang display various indigenous Dayak culture Sintang, Friday (06/15/2012). The enthusiasm shown by the full audience thinks when performances began 1.5 hours duration.
“We are given the opportunity to appear from 11:00 am until 12:30 pm, we are very proud of the enthusiasm of the audience is outstanding. Fact, the stands packed with spectators, there are some people who are up to no place,” said Junaidi.
On the occasion of this year’s performances of Balinese culture described Junaidi, Sintang was given the opportunity to represent the West Kalimantan perform at a special event. Not only dance studio that brought on the current activities also featured custom clothing Dayak, Dayak traditional songs and musical performances Sape ‘and Keledik.
Ritual Nyobeng; Bathing Skull Man Mengayau Results
Nyobeng from various references merupan a ritual washing or cleaning human skull headhunting results ancestors. This was done by the Dayak Bidayuh, one of the sub-Dayak in Kampung Sebujit, District Siding, Bengkayang, West Kalimantan. Headhunting was decapitated human head, and his skull preserved. Now, the tradition of headhunting is not done anymore. The ceremony was quite moving, and lasted for three days. From January 15 to June 17.
Its main activities namely, bathing skull stored in a traditional house. According to
the rules believed to be hereditary. Starting a welcome guest in the village limits. Initially, this was done to welcome the members of the group come from headhunting. Greeter, wearing a sash of red cloth with decorative beads of animal teeth. Comes with chopsticks and destroyed the gun sounded, when the invited guests was about to enter the village limits. Chopsticks also raised simultaneously. Burst of rifle destroyed, also useful summon ancestral spirits as well as permission for Nyobeng rituals.
Then, elders threw the dog into the air. In saber, the chairman of the party guests had to cut it. If still alive, must be cut with a saber once fell to the ground. Procession The same goes for chicken. Elders throw eggs to group guests. If the egg is not broken, the guests who come are considered insincere. Conversely, if broken, meaning guests come willingly. White rice and yellow thrown while reciting mantras. The girls then presenting stereotyped wine from tree bark mixed with the dried pakak. After drinking, the group are