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Muyu tribe communities, Kab. Digoel, Papua has two types of pig feast, áwònbòn átàtbòn a more simple and luxurious. Typical differences mentioned Muyu people is that the dance was held atatbon ketmon, many spectators visited, and that the buyer must pay in cash. However, on the use of supernatural powers, he is no different. Awonbon usually organized by a nuclear family only, and it only takes one or two pigs – which in itself is limiting the number of guests.
Atatbon essentially a party is an event where some people – usually of the same breed – have joined together to kill the pigs that they keep, and sell the meat to relatives for their ot law. In turn, the guests invited their relatives so that the party gets a lot of visitors, some of whom came from far away.
Here is an overview of this atatbon ceremony. A party with 15 pigs attracted 3,000 visitors. The pigs were killed for one or another party the amount varies. In 1954 in Kawangtet held four parties, each with 3 to 10 pigs.
Preparation of the party takes a lot of energy. To receive the guests had built inn, while sago and other food should also be collected. Many parts of the forest have been cleared, both for lodging and for ceremonial buildings – called atatbon like her own party – as well as for the field party. Preparation sometimes it can take many years.
In the interior of Semarang, capital of Central Java province are rerimbun green trees combined with a beautiful view of the volcano. The more complete beauty with green rolling hills and lush rice fields. Panorama Ambarawa beauty has awakened interest of the former Dutch nobility to make their resting place.
Yes, in Ambarawa then you will feel a city in Central Java with an abundance of charm cool air from the panoramic beauty of the mountains, where tourist historic, up culinary dishes. How, have you visited this beautiful city?
Ambarawa can be achieved with a half-hour drive from Semarang. In the city you can enjoy life Ambarawa rural Javanese real. Ambarawa town located about 17 km north of Salatiga.
In Ambarawa, you can also find Indonesian Railway Museum which is home to 21 old locomotives. The oldest locomotive one of them is a framed Hartmann Chemnitz in 1891 and still managed to operate until the 1970s.
Near the museum there is also a Cave of the Virgin Mary and the Way of the Cross, surrounded by a flower garden and fish pond. Then you go a little way to the west direction precisely at Dieng Plateau are
Now , I want to make an article about custom home Kalimantan . As we know , Kalimantan was divided into four provinces . East Kalimantan , West Kalimantan , South Kalimantan and Central Kalimantan . And since I want to discuss about the traditional house of Borneo , the four provinces so I will discuss about the custom.
Basically , the same custom home Kalimantan , the longhouse . It just makes it different is the model form of the building and the name alone . For more details , I will explain one by one down here .
1 . The Longhouse ( Central Kalimantan )
The Longhouse is a typical custom home Kalimantan contained in various parts of Kalimantan , especially in upstream areas which usually becomes the center of the Dayak tribe settlements , where the river is a major transportation route for the Dayak to perform a variety of mobility of everyday life such as going to work to the fields where Dayak tribe fields are usually far from human habitation , or conduct trade activities ( the ancient Dayak tribes usually trade using a barter system that is the result of mutual exchange fields, gardens and livestock ) .
Shape of the house and the Longhouse and varies in different places . There are homes that achieve betang 150 meters long and 30 meters wide . Longhouse houses generally in the form of the stage up with a height of three to five feet from the ground . The Longhouse home building height I estimate to avoid flooding during the rainy season threatening areas upriver in Borneo . Some residential unit could have homes betang more than one depending on the size of household members of the residential community . Each household ( family ) occupy booths ( rooms) that are in the boundaries of the large house Longhouse , in addition to general Dayak tribes also have single houses built temporarily to perform agricultural activities , this is because away distance between the fields where settlements.
Music is very global. Music in Indonesia is an Indonesian cultural heritage that make getting rich because of its diversity. Music in Indonesia is an Indonesian cultural heritage that make getting rich because of its diversity. Here is a review of the history of its development. Happy reading.
Historical development of folk music is influenced by the culture of Borneo other nations which undertake the voyage through stopped in Kalimantan and the Kalimantan. Kalimantan musical development is also a proselytizing efforts through music.
Function of the local music as dance accompaniment, accompaniment performances, media communication, a means of ceremonies, media games, media expression, economic means and means of illumination. Kalimantan music today is heavily influenced by Arab culture. For example a musical instrument similar to panting stringed musical instrument that uses strings. Tapin skelter from South Kalimantan. Now this is a musical instrument played hoops with other instruments such as drums, pitter, tambourine, violin, flute and gong.
ON Nyepi day in 1936, there are exciting things happening in Bali. It is not clear in which areas occur, but the story this way.
When the desolate atmosphere of Bali. Communities living in the house. The streets are paved, only visible patrol officer, the officer is now called pecalang. The silence suddenly broke out because there were cars passing transport Caucasians. Pecalang stop the car. The driver did not flinch, instead he confidently said that they work for KPM.
KPM is Paketvaart Koninklijke Maatschappij, the Dutch company that operates cruise ships and merchant vessels in the path of travel of Java-Bali-Sulawesi. The company is also the owner and manager of the Bali Hotel (Jalan Veteran Denpasar) which was built in 1928.
After hearing that the vehicle was owned by KPM, pecalang hang back, let the vehicles carrying foreigners through. Pecalang can do little since the colonial era, like it or not, Bali is owned by the Dutch, ‘owned by KPM’. The power is in their hands, and cultural traditions defeated.
The story of Nyepi in Bali in 1936 is told anthropologist Dr. Margaret Mead. He is Caucasians who hitchhiked KPM that time. Mead arrived in Bali Nyepi day fitting. She was accompanied by her husband, Gregory Bateson, also an anthropologist.