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Abunawas and the Gate guardian

Abunawas and the Gate guardian

Abunawas Story Part 1
Part 1

Abunawas and the Gate guardian        

      My beloved readers, for this occasion I want to post an article entitle “Abunawas and the Gate guardian”

      Who was actually Abunawas? People who were often considered the clown of him, was actually a great scholar and a mystic. Sometimes we misinterpret when we read the stories of Abunawas. We would think of this figure was super cute characters unequaled. Abunawas who was originally a Persian, was born in 750 AD in Ahwaz died in 819 AD in Baghdad. As an adult he wandered into Bashra and Kufa. There he learned Arabic and tightly associate with people of the desert Bedouin. (Also read : Story of Ajisaka and Dewata Cengkar)

      Because of her social, he advanced Arabic language and customs and penchant Arabs “, he was also good at poetry and singing. He had returned to his country, but went back to Baghdad with his ​​father, both of them devote themselves to the Sultan Harun Al Rashid King of Baghdad. His father was the ruler of Abunawas Kingdom of Baghdad named Maulana. One day his father’s old Abunawas was seriously ill and eventually died. read more

Mystery of Vanish in Love

Mystery of Vanish in Love

Mystery of Vanish in Love

Mystery of Vanish in Love

      Once upon a time, there were an old man and his son lived in a suburb. His wife had died when the boy was two years old. She got heart attack. The old man loved his son so much that he gave everything his son asked. It was because he did not want to see his son to be sad. He did not want to lose his only son, as he had already lost his wife. He wanted to grow his son well, so that his wife could smile. (Also read : Story of Ande Ande Lumut)

      The boy named Han. Han was sixteen and he was a charming boy. He had oval-faced, and thin cheek. His eyes were as deep as the blue sea. He had a pointed nose—which shone when the sunlight passed on it. His lip was as nice as a thin cut-lemonade.

      Just a week later, he would have his birthday party. The party would be the greatest party ever. All villagers would be invited to attend the party. Their house would be beautifully decorated by the professional decorators. Han’s father took his son to the most branded saloon in the city. He got his new hair-style. He also got some expensive shirts, T-shirts, and trousers that they bought in famous stores. read more

Malin Kundang the Prodigal Son

Malin Kundang the Prodigal Son

Malin Kundang

Malin Kundang the Prodigal Son

      Hello my beloved visitor. How are you going? Here I am going to share about Malin Kundang. It is folklore that originated from Padang, West Sumatra, one of the islands located in the State of Indonesia. Below is the story. (Also read : Roro Jonggrang Prambanan Legend)

       Once upon a time, there lived a widow named Mande Rubayah. She just had a son named Malin Kundang. She was very fond of Malin Kundang because his father had passed away since Malin was a child.

      Malin Kundang was a smart kid but he was a little naughty. He often chased chickens and hit them with a broom. One day, when he was chasing chickens, he tripped over a rock and a sprained right arm. The wound became his right arm traced and couldn’t be lost.

       As he grew older, he was a very healthy, diligent and strong boy. His daily activity was catching fish from the sea. One day when he was fishing, he saw a merchant’s ship was being raided by a small band of pirates. Knowing this accident, he ran to the ship and helped the merchant. With his brave and strength, Malin Kundang defeated the pirates. The merchant was so happy and thanked to him. (Also read other article at : Sun as Source of Earth Life) read more

Story of Javanese Letters

Story of Javanese Letters

Story of Javanese Letters
Ajisaka Part 2

Story of Javanese Letters 

      One day when Ajisaka and Dora worked in the rice field, they talked to villagers about the village.

       “It is really a nice village. I liked to live here. The scenery is very interesting, the air is very fresh and, the villagers are so friendly,” Ajisaka said to one of the villagers.  

       “Yes, it is. But, the villagers always feel afraid and worried about the condition of this village. The people are not in peace anymore,” replied the villagers. (Also read : The Legend of Sarangan Lake)

       “Why do they feel afraid?” asked Ajisaka. 

       “Well, the King of Medhang is very cruel,” answered Nyai Sengkeran.

       “Really, what is his name? And what he had done to the villagers so they are so afraid?” asked Ajisaka. 

       “He is King Dewata Cengkar. He always asks for the villager to be his meal. It is very scary. We are always worried to wait when it is our turn to be his meal,” said the villager sadly.  read more

Story of Ajisaka and Dewata Cengkar

Story of Ajisaka and Dewata Cengkar

Story of Ajisaka and Dewata Cengkar

Story of Ajisaka and Dewata Cengkar

      Once upon a time in Java Island there was a peaceful kingdom named Medhang Kamulan. The kingdom was led by King Dewata Cengkar, a king with good virtues and full of wisdom. (Also read : THE LEGEND OF TWIN MASKS DANCE)

        One day, unintentionally the kingdom chef was cut his finger when he cooked the dish for the king. He didn’t realize that his finger was in the dish that served for the king. Unintentionally, the king ate the dish. He was wonder that this was unusual, he felt that the meat was very delicious.

        “How delicious this meat is. It is unusual.” He said.

        And then he sent his prime minister to ask what kind of meat he was just eating.

       “What meat do you cook?” asked the prime minister to the chef.

       The chef said: “I’m so sorry. The meat is from my finger.”

        After the prime minister told what had happened to the chef and the meat, the king thought that human meat was very delicious. Then he ordered his prime minister to prepare one of the citizen to be eaten every day. Since that day, King Dewata Cengkar had a new habit to eat human meat. His personality became villainous, and he was eager to see other people suffer. (Also read other article at : Special Silent Night) read more

Roro Jonggrang Prambanan Legend

Roro Jonggrang Prambanan Legend

Roro Jonggrang Prambanan Legend

Roro Jonggrang Prambanan Legend

      Once upon a time, in the place where the Prambanan Temple stands now, there was a Kingdom called Prambanan, which was led by Prabu Baka. He had a beautiful daughter named Roro Jonggrang. The people of Prambanan Kingdom were wealthy and lived in peace. However, soon their happiness were disturbed by Pengging Kingdom. (Also read : Jaka Tarub and the Seven Nymphs)

     The king of Pengging Kingdom, named Bandung Bondowoso, wanted to occupy Prambanan. This made the war between Prambanan and Pengging could not be avoided. Prambanan lost the war and Prabu Baka was dead. Pengging could win the war because Bandung Bondongwoso had a supernatural power. His soldiers were not only humans but also genies. After the death of Prabu Baka, Prambanan Kingdom was led by new king, Bandung Bondowoso.

     When Bondowoso went around the palace, he accidentally meet Roro Jonggrang, a beautiful daughter of Prabu Baka. Bondowoso suddenly fell in love with her and propose her to be his wife.  read more

The Legend of Sarangan Lake

The Legend of Sarangan Lake

the legend of sarangan lake

         The Legend of Sarangan Lake

      Hi, my beloved readers. Have you ever gone to Sarangan Lake? Actually the scenery of this lake is very beautiful, but in this occasion I won’t to share about the scenery of Sarangan Lake, but I want to share about the Legend of Sarangan Lake. So, let’s go the story. (Also read : The Legend of Mount Arjuna)

       Once upon a time in a small village near the slope of Mount Lawu, there lived a couple of farmer named Kyai pasir and Nyai pasir. They lived near the forest. Though they live simply, they lived happily.

       One day, Kyai Pasir went to the forest to cut a big tree. Before cutting it, he saw an egg laid closed by the tree. Kyai Pasir then took a look at the egg deeply. “Hey, what’s animal egg is it?” He is surprised. “Ah, I think this is not a chicken’s egg, because is bigger.” Kyai pasir did not want a headache thinking about what an animal’s egg and finally decided to bring it home. Arriving at home, he gave it to Nyai Pasir. Getting it, Nyai Pasir boiled the egg, and then ate it with Kyai Pasir. After having lunch, Kyai pasir went back to the forest to continue his work. read more

Jaka Tarub and the Seven Nymphs

Jaka Tarub and the Seven Nymphs

Jaka Tarub and the Seven Nymphs

Jaka Tarub and the Seven Nymphs

      Once upon a time, there lived a widow in the village near the forest. She had a handsome and dashing son. Her son’s name was Joko Tarub. They lived in small hut. Days by days they cultivated their rice field and her son looked for fire woods in the forest. (Also read : Story of Javanese Letters)

       One day, when he looked for fire woods, he heard the sound of some girls laughing. As the place is deep inside the forest, Jaka Tarub wondered why there were girls there. Slowly he followed the sound and arrived at a small pond. By peeping trough the bushes, he saw seven beautiful girls taking a bath. He was really amazed by their beauty. After they had finished taking a bath, the girls slowly took their shawls. Amazingly after they wore the shawls, they flew to the sky. They were not humans. They were nymphs.

       After that Jaka Tarub went home. At home, he was very restless. He was still thinking about those seven beautiful girls. (Also read article at : How Busy Day Saturday) read more