Accepted Paper:

Cultural heritage and the uniqueness of the Baduy traditions: a study of cultural history of ancestral heritage trip in the Kenekes village, Lebak, Banten, Indonesia  

Authors:

Idho Meilano (Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa University)
Raidhil Fitran (University Of Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa)

Paper short abstract:

Cultural heritage and the uniqueness of the Baduy traditions: a study of cultural history of ancestral heritage trip in the Kenekes village, Lebak, Banten, Indonesia.

Paper long abstract:

Baduy is natives tribe which is located in the kenekes village, South Banten. Baduy Culture is very unique and its kept the authenticity. The History explain that baduy tribe derived from royal padjajaran with strengthened found relic site of an inscription is somewhere baduy environment, and corroborated anyway in terms language by using language sundanese, showed baduy derived.

Baduy tribe is consisting of two groups:baduy inside (tangtu) and baduy outside (penampingang), in majority they still maintain customs and habits that is inherited ancestors. Of the two groups that still keeping originality is baduy inside, whereas baduy outside a little affiliation by other cultures. One of them is already known the health field and had have one a midwife. the peculiarities of culture owned baduy tribe, they still hold to a tenet of ancestors; called sundanese wiwitan, which is believe in worship ancestors. There is also an inscription named domas, where is kept secret because stele is very sacred. The process of an offering only do by the customary head "puun" from that baduy tribe very keep custom and tradition. Baduy inside still using pure barter to get daily needs, and all matters there in good grow their crops, marriage, and the other is still traditionally even should not be applied to use electricity, chemicals in their environment because its can destroy the balance of nature. Those things make natural condition are applied in baduy environment awake. Those all makes unique from baduy tribe.

Keynote: Baduy Tribe, Heritage, Uniqueness Culture

Panel P141
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