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Islam dan Kearifan Lokal Sunda ( Tradisi 10 Muharam Bubur Suro di Sumedang) Novi Andika Putri
Historia Madania: Jurnal Ilmu Sejarah Vol 3, No 1 (2019): Historia Madania: Jurnal Ilmu Sejarah
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/hm.v3i1.9395

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Before Religion in Indonesia was Islam, they have embraced Hinduism and Buddhism. Afterwards, Islam came to Indonesia around 7 century. This is one of the reasons why Indonesia has acculturation of culture between cultures of Hindu-Buddha and Islam. At Indonesia, especially at Sumedang has a unique culture that interesting is researched. The culture is Bubur Suro that does every 10 Muharam. Bubur Suro had a long history from an ancestor. the chieftain said that the way to commemorate the Islamic new year and to remember the events of the Prophet Nuh and the Flood. In addition, this is enforced, with motivation to conserve ancestor tradition. This written uses method of history consists of heuristic, criticism, interpretation and historiography. In this research, it was revealed that the Sumedang community, especially Negarawangi village, the majority of followers of Islam who still maintain Sundanese ancestral traditions, so that every 10 Muharam they celebrate the celebration of Maulud Nabi and also the Bubur Suro ceremony. In conclusion, Islam and the Sundanese tradition in the Bubur Suro ceremony become a form of acculturation that is still maintained in the Rancakalong between Islam and the Sundanese tradition. Keywords: budaya, muharam, sumedang
Budaya Indis pada Kebaya Abad ke-20 Novi Andika Putri; Asep Ahmad Hidayat
Historia Madania: Jurnal Ilmu Sejarah Vol 5, No 1 (2021): Historia Madania: Jurnal Ilmu Sejarah
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/hm.v5i1.12576

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This research discusses how the indist culture in  women's clothing, namely the kebaya, was later used by Dutch women. Kebaya clothing that was identical to Indonesian women was then worn by Dutch women in the 20th century. The author will also discuss how the history of the kebaya is used by Dutch women and what makes the difference between Dutch and Indigenous women's kebaya. The method used in this research is historical research methodology with several stages of research such as heuristics, criticism, interpretation, and historiography. Since the opening of the Suez Canal, it was easy for shipping mobility to stop in Indonesian territory which made Dutch women come to Indonesian territory in 1870. Over time, European women's clothing in the form of dresses was removed and changed to the use of kebaya. This is also thanks to the obedience of the native women of the Nyai and Babu. Keywords: Indies, Acculturation, Dutch Women.