History of Brunei Darussalam State

History of Brunei Darussalam State

History of Brunei Darussalam State

History of Brunei Darussalam State

       Brunei Darussalam Kingdom State is one of the Islamic kingdom states in the north of Borneo bordering the South China Sea in the north, and Sarawak in the west, and east. The total area of ​​Brunei is 5,765 km. (Also read : Brief History of Laos Country)

The Origin of the Name of Brunei Darussalam

       Brunei is the oldest country among the kingdoms in Malay lands. The existence of the Old Brunei was obtained based on Arabic, Chinese and oral traditions. In the records of Chinese History known as Po-li, Po-lo, Poni or Puni and Bunlai. In Arabic records it is recognized by Dzabaj or Randj.

       An oral tradition note was obtained from Syair Awang Semaun who said that Brunei came from words, “Baru-nah”, after the group of clans or Sakai tribes led by Pateh Berbai went to the Brunei River looking for a place to establish a new country. After getting the area which had a very strategic position which was flanked by hills, water, easy to recognize and for transportation and rich fish as a lot of food sources in rivers, so they said new words, which means the place was very good, well-pleased and appropriate in their hearts to establish the country as they wished. Then the new words, eventually changed to Brunei. read more

Brief History the State of Cambodia

Brief History the State of Cambodia

Brief History the State of Cambodia

Brief History the State of Cambodia

       Cambodia is officially named the Kingdom of Cambodia, a country in Southeast Asia with a total area of ​​181,035 km2. The population of Cambodia is more than 14.8 million. The official religion in Cambodia is Buddhism with about 95% of Cambodia’s population. Cambodia’s capital and largest city is Phnom Penh. The form of the Cambodian state is a democratic constitutional monarchy. (Also read : Brief History of Thailand Kingdom)

Cambodian History

       The development of Cambodian civilization occurred in the 1st century AD. During the 3,4th and 5th centuries AD, the Funan and Chenla countries united to develop Cambodia. These countries had close relations with China and India. The power of these two countries collapsed when the Khmer Kingdom was established and ruled in the 9th century to the 13th century.

       The Khmer Kingdom survived into the 15th century. The capital of the Khmer Kingdom was located in Angkor, an area that was built during the heyday of the Khmer. Angkor Wat, which was also built at the time, became a symbol of Khmer rule. read more

Brief History of Thailand Kingdom

Brief History of Thailand Kingdom

Brief History of Thailand Kingdom

Brief History of Thailand Kingdom

       The Bronze Age culture is thought to have started since 5600 years ago in Thailand (Siam). Then came various immigrants including the Mon, Khmer and Thai tribes. One big kingdom centered in Palembang, Srivijaya, had ruled to this country. many arts and crafts in Palembang with Thailand are similar. (Also read : Brief History of Myanmar Country)

       In the early 1200s, the Thais established small kingdoms in Lanna, Phayao and Sukhothai. In 1238, a fully independent Thai kingdom was founded at Sukhothai (‘Dawn of Happiness’). In 1300, Sukhothai was conquered by the kingdom of Ayutthaya, until it was finally captured by Burma in 1767.

       The fall of Ayutthaya was a big blow to the Thais, but soon King Taksin succeeded in driving out Burma and establishing his capital at Thon Buri. In 1782 the first King of the Chakri Dynasty to power to this day established a new capital in Bangkok.

       Mongkut King (Rama IV) and his son, Chulalongkorn King (Rama V), were highly respected for successfully saving Thailand from western colonialism. read more

Legend of Ciung Wanara

Legend of Ciung Wanara

Legend of Ciung Wanara

Legend of Ciung Wanara

       Once upon a time There was very prosperous kingdom, it was called Galuh Pakunan kingdom. The kingdom was led by a king named Raden Barma Wijaya Kusuma. The people of the kingdom loved the king very much, for his wise leadership. The king always prioritized the interests of the people, he gave the best solution for the people of the kingdom of Galuh Pakunan.

       Raden Barma Wijaya Kusuma had two consorts, namely Dewi Naganingrum and Dewi Pengreyep. The kingdom life went on peacefully and calmly. (Also read : Philosophy of Carrot Egg or Coffee)

       But one day, both consorts were pregnant at the same time. Until some time had passed, Dewi Pengreyep apparently gave birth to a baby first, she gave birth to a very handsome baby and was named Hariangbanga. after a few days, Dewi Naganingrum also gave birth to a baby who was no less handsome than Hariangbanga.

       Dewi Pengreyep did not like the birth of Dewi Naganingrum’s baby, because it was considered to be the rival of her son to become the sole king in the kingdom of Galuh Pakunan and to control all the royal treasures. She devised an evil plan to exchange the baby of Dewi Naganingrum for a young puppy. read more

Legend of Bojonegoro Regency

Legend of Bojonegoro Regency

Legend of Bojonegoro Regency

Legend of Bojonegoro Regency

       Long time ago in the northern of Mount Kendeng, there was a kingdom called Malowopati Kingdom. The kingdom  was ruled by Prabu Anglingdarma. He was a wise and rich king. His face was handsome. He liked to meditate and wander in search of enlightenment of the soul. No wonder if he was as a king who was respected by friends and opponents because of his strength and supernatural powers. Prabu Anglingdarma was also blessed with the gift to understand and know the language of all animals. (Also read : History of Blitar City)

When Anglingdarma was young, he loved to wander. Many countries have been visited. All that he did to add insight, knowledge, and life experiences.

“I will not take a wife except the incarnation of Dewi Widowati,” he said to himself. Anglingdarma continued to wander, following his heart.

One day, he met a beautiful girl wearing a purple silk scarf, velvet flower, and silk kebaya.

“Hi, What’s your name?” Anglingdarma asked. read more

History of Blitar City

History of Blitar City

History of Blitar City

History of Blitar City

       Blitar City is located in the southern part of East Java Province, Indonesia. The city is located about 167 km south of Surabaya City. Blitar City is famous as the birthplace and burial of the first president of Republic of Indonesia, Ir. Soekarno. (Also read : Legend of Baturraden)

       Based on a number of history books, Blitar was a stretch of forest that was still untouched by humans. Nilasuwarna or Gusti Sudomo, the son of Duke Wilatika Tuban, at that time, carried out the task of the Majapahit Kingdom to crush the Tartar forces hiding in the southern forest (Blitar and its surroundings). Because, the Tartar army had carried out a number of rebellions which could threaten the existence of the Majapahit Kingdom.

       Luck was in favor of Nilasuwarna, he could drive the Tartar away. For his success, he was awarded the title as Duke of Aryo Blitar I to then lead the area that was successfully captured. He named the land he succeeded in releasing under the name “Balitar”, which means returning Tartars. (Also read other article at : Yakinlah Allah Selalu Bersama Kita) read more

Legend of Baturraden

Legend of Baturraden

Legend of Baturraden

Legend of Baturraden

       Once upon a time in the kingdom of Central Java, there lived a poor boy. His name was Suta. Although he was poor, but he was very kind and faithful. Meanwhile, the kingdom was ruled by a kind king. The king of the kingdom was kind and he had a beautiful daughter who he loved so much. The king also had great horses that they had to be taken care, so he ordered Suta to be a servant to take care of them intensively. (Also read : The Origin Snails Climb up Grass)

       Suta was a good servant, he did a great duty for king’s horses and the king apreciated his great duty. His duty was to look after the king’s horses, gave them food, cleaned the horses and their mews. Suta liked to take a walk after doing his chores to relax for awile.

       One day, when Suta was walking near a lake after doing his duty, he heard a woman screaming in fear. So, Suta immediately ran to find the source of the scream. Finally, he found a girl there, who leter figured out as king’s daughter. He saw the king’s daughter in danger. There was a giant snake would attack her. read more

Brave King and Spider

Brave King and Spider

Brave King and Spider

Brave King and Spider

       Once upon a time, there was a kingdom in Arunachal Pradesh. The kingdom was ruled by a wise king. The king’s name was Darshan. He was also brave king. People in the kingdom him. Darshan was not only a wise and brave king, but also a kind king. The kingdom was prosperous. There was no hunger in this kingdom. It was a very peace condition. This made one of the kings of another kingdom wanted to rule the kingdom. (Also read : Smart Beautiful Lady Trick)

       One day there was a battle between the Arunachal Pradesh kingdom and other kingdom that wanted to rule the kingdom., Darshan had to fight against a large army with just a few soldiers, he was defeated. After fighting for a long time, finally Darshan and his soldiers were lost in the fighting. He had to run for his life.

       On the escape, Darshan took shelter in a forest cave. He was very depressed. His courage had left him. He was blankly gazing at the ceiling of the cave. Suddenly an interesting scene captured his attention. A small spider was trying to weave a web across the cave ceiling. As the spider crawled up, a thread of the web broke and the spider fell down. But the spider did not give up. He tried to climb again and again. Finally, the spider successfully climbed up and completed the web.  (Also read other article at : Expectation Reality Dream) read more

Prince and Little Mouse

Prince and Little Mouse

Prince and Little Mouse

      Once upon a time in a kingdom, there were three handsome and smart princes. One day the king told them that one of them had to be a king in the future so he asked them to travel so they got experience to be wise.

      The first time for going was the oldest prince. On the way, he saw a little mouse. It ran in front of his horse. He tried to avoid the mouse. He was afraid that his horse would step on the mouse. But the mouse ran on his way. (Also read : Farmer of Watermelon)

      “Step aside! Or my horse will step on you!” the oldest prince shouted.

      “Don’t step on me, please. Take me as your wife. You won’t be sorry,” the mouse begged him.

      “What? To marry a mouse? That’s impossible!” the eldest prince yelled. Then he rode his horse faster.

      A few days later, he met a beautiful princess from another kingdom. She agreed to marry him.

      Then it was the turn of the second prince to travel. He got the same experience as his older brother. He met the little mouse. The mouse wanted to be his wife. Of course he refused it. He left the mouse quickly. He rode his horse until he reached another kingdom and met the princess of his dream. (Also read other article at : Happy Life Most Beautiful Gift) read more

The Legend of Ruai Bird from West Kalimantan

The Legend of Ruai Bird from West Kalimantan

The Legend of Ruai Bird from West Kalimantan

      Long time ago in West Kalimantan, there was a kingdom which it located near the Bawang Mountain and Ruai Mountain. The King had seven little girls. Unhappily, the queen had actually passed away. The king did not intend to remarry. (Also read : Legend Of Sendang Sani)

      The seven daughters were beautiful. Nevertheless, the youngest little girl was one of the most stunning. She was likewise the kindest. She commonly helped other individuals. Her sisters were significantly different. They were lazy. They additionally had attitude problem. They were cruel to individuals.

      The king knew about this different characteristic between his youngest daughter and his six older daughters. So he learnt about his daughters’ practices. He typically advised his older child to practices. He commonly advised his older little girls to behave like the youngest little girl. Regretfully, they never heard the king’s advice. They hated their youngest sibling due to the fact that the king commonly praised her excellent behavior. read more