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1850 • 7.1 Kipsigis & Nandi identity • 8 Diaspora • 8.1 Kipsigis • 8.2 Nandi • 8.3 Sengwer • 9 References Etymology [ edit ] Following his Juba expedition, MacDonald (1899) noted of the 'Senguer' who previously 'dwelt on the Guash Ngishu plateau' stating that 'As "l" and "r" are interchangeable, "Senguer" of the Juba expedition is evidently the same word as "Jangwel", a term which Mr. C. Hobley found was applied by the Nandi to designate their tribe".

[3] Origins [ edit siger betawi The earliest reference to the Siger community in Kenyan oral literature comes from the Turkana community. According to Turkana traditions captured by Emley (1927), the 'Nithir' were one of two Ateker forces that carried out the migration to Turkwel. The name 'Nithir' was said to derive from the word 'ithiger' which he noted was an ornament. [4] At Turkwel, the Nithir section is said to have divided into two sections.

One kept the 'Nithir' name while the other came to be known as 'Nibelai'. [5] Three communities are thus portrayed as emerging from the separation. The Ngamatak who were the other primary branch, remained on the west bank of the Turkwel river under a leader named Iling'anyang.

The Nithir under a leader named Luguyin moved eastwards from their base while the Nibelai, moved southwards under two leaders Nakoritha and Loliokoli [4] Assimilation [ edit ] Lamphear (1988) also recorded Turkana origin traditions. These traditions give the image of an assimilation and also portray three population groupings emerging from the settlement.

Two major groups referred to as 'Curo and Monia' are portrayed as having remained on at the original home, taking on a common name 'Turkana'. Several clans are said to have absorbed some far-ranging contingents of Bantu-speaking Meru.

It is also stated some siger betawi abandoned the Tarash to move south to the area beyond Mount Elgon [6] Territory [ edit ] At its largest extent, Siger territory covered the northern parts of Uasin Gishu, as well as parts of Elgeyo-Marakwet, Trans Siger betawi and a southern section of West Pokot; .Commences from Kiporoom River in Uasin Gishu District.

It extends along Kapsumbeywet river through Ziwa (Sirikwa) centre, Moiben Posta and Kose hills in Uasin Gishu. From Kose hills it goes down to join Moiben river. The boundary goes up river Moiben to the confluence of Ko’ngipsebe and Kimowo streams.

It turns eastwards to cover areas of Maron sub-location in Emboput location in Marakwet District. Turning to siger betawi west it then goes to Kamolokon along Marakwet/West Pokot and Marakwet boundary. From here it drops to Sebit, Somor, then to Kongelai and up along Swom river. From Swom river to the confluence of Swom and Cheptenden river. From Cheptenden river to the confluence of Cheptenden river and Moiben river where these two rivers confluence with Kiboorom. — Sengwer chief Arap Kamussein before the Kenya Land Commission on 2nd October 1932 [7] Neighbors [ edit ] To the east; the Siger shared the plateau with the Chok (Chuk/Suk) people, a state of affairs that appears to have been established for some time.

As Beech (1911) noted, the old men of Suk were unanimous in declaring "that there always were two original Suk tribes living on the Elgeyo escarpment. The names of these two tribes were Chok or Chuk which is the name for a short sword like implement, and Sekker which means 'cowrie shells'." [8] To the north and west, the Siger were bordered by the Oropom and the Ateker communities, the reformation of some of these into Turkana would have significant consequences for the Siger.

The southern borders, then consisting of the densely forested Nandi plateaux was at the time siger betawi by Akiek. Way of life [ edit ] Pastoralism [ edit ] The Siger herded a distinctive type of long-horned black cattle, postulated by Lamphear (1988) as being a cervicothoracic-humped Sanga crossbreed. [9] Clans [ edit ] During this period, social groupings similar in concept to clans seem to have played a role in the social organisation of the Siger.

One of these 'clans' was known as the Kacepkai. This clan was displaced during the Turkana invasion of Moru Assiger and were said to have become the diviners of a number of different peoples in the Mt.

Elgon region. [10] : 96 [11] Divination [ edit ] The Siger are credited with great mystical abilities and divination appears to have played a large role in their culture. The confederacy gave rise to the Meturona line of diviners among the Turkana, the Kachepkai diviners of the Pokot and the Talai diviners of the Uas Nkishu Maasai, the Nandi and Kipsigis. [10] : 96 [11] Arts & crafts [ edit ] The most notable element of Siger siger betawi was siger betawi adornment of a single cowrie shell attached to the forelock of Siger women, a hairstyle that was also common to the Oropom who neighbored them to the west and north-west.

This dangling cowrie shell was referred to as esigirait, pl. ngisigira and it is from this cultural feature that the Sengwer are said to have derived their name. c.1830 [ edit ] According to Turkana traditions recorded by Lamphear, the Siger identity was annihilated by a variety of factors related to the Aoyate drought.

Famine [ edit ] The long-horned cattle that the Siger kept died in huge numbers during the Aoyate drought. The drought decimated the Siger herds and the community disintegrated.

Many famine refugees who tried to push eastwards died of starvation near Moru Eris though some found refuge with the Dassanetch, Pokot and Karimojong. [10] : 91 Uasin Gishu Ngishu - Siger war [ edit ] Main article: Uasin Gishu people Historicity [ edit ] According to Maasai tradition, the Uasin Gishu front conquered a group of people who occupied the Uasin Gishu plateau, this community is remembered as Senguer.

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{INSERTKEYS} [2] Other Maasai traditions concur with this assertion, noting that the Loosekelai (i.e. Sigerai/Siger) were attacked by an alliance of the Uasin Gishu and Siria communities. [12] In further concurrence with Maasai traditions, are macro-Kalenjin traditions such as the popular narrative of origin recorded by Chesaina (1991). In it is stated that the Kipsigis, Nandi and Tugen split following a series of misfortunes, notably drought and attacks by the Uasin Gishu Maasai.

[13] The Tapkendi tale has also been widely quoted to illustrate past occupation of the Uasin Gishu plateau by the Nandi, specifically, the introduction which reads "At a time when the Masai occupied some of the Nandi grazing grounds". It is presumed that this was the Uasin Gishu plateau and that Nandi place names on the plateau were superseded by Maasai names. This is evinced by certain "Masai place-names in eastern Nandi (i.e Uasin Gishu border) which indicate that the Masai had temporary possession of strip of Nandi roughly five miles wide", these include Ndalat, Lolkeringeti, Nduele and Ol-lesos, which were by the early nineteenth century in use by the Nandi as koret (district) names.

[14] However, micro-Kalenjin traditions would appear to turn this narrative on its head. They concur on key points, notably an incoming population and an enfeebled population (in some cases known as Segelai) holding out in what were then dense forests around the plateau.

The key difference is that the Kalenjin communities as seen as the incomers. Kipsigis traditions such as those recorded by Orchadson (1927), state that at a time when the Kipsigis and Nandi were a united identity, they moved southwards through country occupied by 'Masai'.

Orchadson notes that this was "probably the present Uasin Gishu country". {/INSERTKEYS}

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Here, they accidentally got split in two by a wedge of Masai who Orchadson records as being "Uasin Gishu (Masai) living in Kipchoriat (Nyando) valley". [15] Accounts siger betawi Hollis however refer to a "branch called 'L-osigella or Segelli [who] took refuge in the Nyando valley but were wiped out by the Nandi and Lumbwa.It was from them that the Nandi obtained their system of rule by medicine-men.

[16] The totality of both narratives are however in congruence with the large scale movement of pastoralists from the plains into the forested areas, assimilation of forest-dwelling communities and wide-spread identity shift. A widespread trend across the region as the Mutai of the 19th-century dragged on. Loss of Uasin Gishu and Mau [ edit ] According to Kalenjin and Maasai traditions, the territory of the Uasin Gishu people extended over the Uasin Gishu and Mau plateaus following the conquest of these siger betawi from the Siger.

This period also saw the fragmentation of Loikop society. [2] c. 1850 [ edit ] Kipsigis & Nandi identity [ edit ] No date is given for the Kipsigis and Nandi fracture which would be contemporaneous with the dates of establishment of these identities. However, Dobbs (1910) made notes on the initiation age-sets of the Lumbwa. He noted that the oldest age-set he could get notes on were the Maina who were initiated around 1856. None of this age-set or the following were alive at the time.

He noted that the oldest interviewees and indeed the oldest Lumwba individuals at the time were between 64–67 years. He noted that they had been initiated in siger betawi when they were about twelve to fifteen years old.

In spite of the oldest interviewees being alive at the time of the Maina initiations, Dobbs notes that "Although I made the most careful inquiries,I could find out nothing whatever about any circumcision age prior to 'Maina' (1856)".

[17] Diaspora [ edit ] Kipsigis [ edit ] Nandi [ edit ] The second Lumbwa stream of clans consisted of the Tungo, Kipaa, Kipasiso and Kapchemuri (Chemuri) as well as Elgoni (Koni). [18] Certain peculiarities recorded about these clans may point to skills that they brought with them. For instance, by the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the Kipasiso were highly sought out and "engaged to erect the korosiot sticks at weddings".

This clan was thus perceived and possibly possessed some form of knowledge surrounding wedding rituals. The Tungo at the same time, were "held siger betawi high esteem, and one of their number is selected as a judge or umpire in all disputes". This clan might thus have been perceived or displayed characteristics of sober mindedness or perhaps a prior knowledge of a superior (i.e. in relation to perceived justice) set of laws. [19] Sengwer [ edit ] Main article: Sengwer people Small numbers of Sengwer retreated into the forests and into small enclaves among the emerging Marakwet society where they retained elements of their identity.

The Maasai coined a derogatory term for the Sengwer after they lost their cattle. .We were robbed of our cattle by the Karamojong and then the Maasai laughed at us because we had no cattle, and called us Cherangany. • ^ Thompson, Joseph (1887). Through Masai land: a journey of siger betawi among the snowclad volcanic mountains and strange tribes of eastern equatorial Africa.

Being the narrative of the Royal Geographical Society's Expedition to mount Kenia and lake Victoria Nyanza, 1883-1884. London: S. Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington. p. 240-241. • ^ a b c MacDonald, J.R.L (1899). "Notes on the Ethnology of Tribes Met with During Progress of the Juba Expedition of 1897-99".

The Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland. 29 (3/4): 240. doi: 10.2307/2843005. JSTOR 2843005. • ^ MacDonald, J.R.L (1899). "Notes on the Ethnology of Tribes Met with During Progress of the Juba Expedition of 1897-99". The Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland. 29 (3/4): 240.

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doi: 10.2307/2843005. JSTOR 2843005. • ^ a b Emley, E.D (1927).

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"The Turkana of Kolosia District". The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland. 57: 162. doi: 10.2307/2843681. JSTOR 2843681. • ^ Emley, E.D (1927). "The Turkana of Kolosia District". The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland. 57: 161. doi: 10.2307/2843681. JSTOR 2843681. • ^ Lamphear, John (1988). "The People of the Grey Bull: The Origin and Expansion of the Turkana". The Journal of African History.

29 (1): 30. doi: 10.1017/S0021853700035970. JSTOR siger betawi. • ^ a b "Who are we?". SENGWER ETHNIC MINORITY INDIGENOUS PEOPLES. Retrieved 21 January 2019. • ^ Beech M.W.H, The Suk - Their Language and Folklore. The Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1911 p.2 online • ^ Lamphear, John (1988).

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"The People of the Grey Bull: The Origin and Expansion siger betawi the Turkana". The Journal of African History. 29 (1): 32. doi: 10.1017/S0021853700035970. JSTOR 182237.

• ^ a b c Spear, T.; Waller, R. (1993). Being Maasai : ethnicity & identity in East Africa. London: James Currey. ISBN 0852552165. • ^ a b Lamphear, John (1988). "The People of the Grey Bull: The Origin and Expansion of the Turkana".

The Journal of African History. 29 (1): 34. doi: 10.1017/S0021853700035970. JSTOR 182237. • ^ Jennings, Christian (2005).

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"1" (PDF). Scatterlings of East Africa: Revisions of Parakuyo Identity and History, c. 1830-1926 (PhD). The University of Texas at Austin. p. 98. Retrieved August 21, 2019. • ^ Chesaina, Dr. Ciarunji (1991). Oral literature of the Klenjin. Nairobi: Heinmann, Kenya Ltd. p. 1. • ^ Museums Trustees of Kenya (1910). The Journal of the East Africa and Uganda Natural History Society. London: East Africa and Uganda Natural History Society.

p. 7. • ^ Orchadson, I.Q (1927). Origin of the Maasai (Criticism of Cardale Luck's treatise). Nairobi: The East Africa Natural History Society. p. 20. • ^ Museums Trustees of Kenya (1910). The Journal of the East Africa and Uganda Natural History Society.

London: East Africa and Uganda Natural History Society. p. 6. • ^ Dobbs, C.M (1910). "The Lumbwa circumcision ages". The Journal of the East Africa and Uganda Natural History Society. 16: 55–56. Retrieved September 5, 2019. • ^ Huntingford, G. W. B. (26 October 2018). "Remarks upon the history of the Nandi till 1850". The East Africa Natural History Society – via Internet Archive.

• ^ Hollis, A.C (1909). The Nandi - Their language and folklore. Oxford: Clarendon Press. p. 11. ISBN 9781444605150. Add links • This page was last edited on 17 November 2020, at 01:55 (UTC). • Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License 3.0 ; additional terms may apply.

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Total population 6,807,968 (2010 census) [1] Regions with significant populations Jakarta, West Java, Banten Languages Betawi, Indonesian Religion Islam (97.1%), Protestantism (1.6%), Catholicism (0.6%), Buddhism (0.6%), other (less than 0.1%) [2] Related ethnic groups • Ambonese • Balinese • Buginese • Javanese • Makassar • Malays • Minangkabaus siger betawi Sundanese • Indos • Mardijkers • Arab Indonesians • Chinese Indonesians • Indian Indonesians • Dutch • Portuguese • Cape Malays • Cocos Malays Betawi people, or Betawis ( Orang Betawi in Indonesian, siger betawi "people of Batavia"), are an Austronesian ethnic group native to the city of Jakarta and its immediate outskirts, as such often described as the native inhabitants of the city.

[3] They are the descendants of the people who inhabited Batavia (the colonial name of Jakarta) from the 17th century onwards. [4] [5] However, the term "native" itself is questionable, since the Betawi people emerged in the 18th century as an amalgamation of various immigrant ethnic groups into Batavia. [6] Many coolies and slaves were employed from outside Java to Batavia, Dutch East Indies.

The Betawis are one of the most recently formed ethnic groups in Indonesia. They are a creole ethnic group in that their ancestors came from various parts of Indonesia and abroad. Before the 19th century, the self-identity of the Betawi people was not yet formed. [6] The name Betawi are adopted from the native rendering of the term " Batavia" city which is originally named after Batavi/Betuwe, an ancient Germanic tribe.

In the 17th century, Dutch colonials began to import servants and labours from all over the archipelago into Batavia.

One of the earliest were Balinese slaves bought from Bali and Ambonese mercenaries. Subsequently, other ethnic groups followed suit; they were Malays, Sundanese, Javanese, Minangkabaus, Buginese, and Makassar.

Foreign and mixed ethnic groups were also included; such as Indos, Mardijkers, Portuguese, Dutch, Arabs, Chinese and Indians, who were originally brought to or attracted to Batavia to work. [6] Betawi mask dance ( Tari Topeng Betawi) Originally, circa 17th to 18th century, the dwellers of Batavia were identified according to their ethnics of origin; either Sundanese, Javanese, Malays, Ambonese, Buginese-Makassar, or Arabs and Chinese.

This was shown in the Batavia census record that listed the immigrant's ethnic background of Batavian citizens. They were separated into specific ethnic-based enclaves kampungs, which is why in today's Jakarta there are some regions named after ethnic-specific names such as; Kampung Melayu, Kampung Bali, Makassar, and Kampung Ambon.

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These ethnic groups merged and formed around the 18th to 19th centuries. It was not until the late 19th or early 20th century that the group – who would become the dwellers of Batavia, referred to themselves as siger betawi, which refers to a creole Malay-speaking ethnic group which has a mixed culture of different influences; Malay, Javanese, Sundanese to Arabic and Chinese.

[5] The term "Betawi" was first listed as an ethnic category in the 1930 census of Batavia residents. [6] The Betawi people have a culture and language distinct from the surrounding Sundanese and Javanese. The Betawis are known for their traditions in music and food. [7] Language [ edit ] Jakartan Creole Malay ( Betawi language) The Betawi language—also known as Betawi Malay, is a Malay-based creole language.

It was the only Malay-based dialect spoken on the northern coast of Java; other northern Java coastal areas are overwhelmingly dominated by Javanese dialects, while some parts speak Madurase and Sundanese. The Betawi vocabulary has many Hokkien Chinese, Arabic, and Dutch loanwords. Today the Betawi language is a popular informal language in Indonesia siger betawi used as the base siger betawi Indonesian slang. It has become one of the most widely spoken languages in Indonesia, and also one of the most active local dialects in the country.

[8] Society [ edit ] Different Betawi kampungs of Meester Cornelis ( Jatinegara) Due to their historical sentiment as a marginalized ethnic group in their own native land, Betawi people form several communal organizations to protect themselves from other ethnic groups and strengthen the Betawi solidarity.

Notable organizations include the Forum Betawi Rempug (FBR), Forum Komunikasi Anak Betawi (Communication Forum for Betawi People, Forkabi) and Ikatan Keluarga Betawi (Betawi Family Network, IKB). These organizations act as grassroots movements to increase the bargaining power of the Betawi people whose significant part of them are economically relegated to the informal sector. [9] Some of them hold a significantly large number of followings; for example, as of 2021, Forkabi has a membership of 500,000 people across the Jabodetabek region.

[10] Religion [ edit ] A substantial majority of the Betawi people follow Sunni Islam. Anthropologist Fachry Ali of IAIN Pekalongan considers that Islam is one of the main sources for the formation of the Betawi culture and identity, and siger betawi such these two cannot be separated.

[11] The element of Islam can be seen in many parts of Betawi society. For example, the Forum Betawi Rempug (FBR), a Betawi siger betawi, considers the ethos of their organization to be the three S's: Sholat (prayer), Silat (martial arts), and Sekolah ( pesantren-based education). [9] Betawi people often strongly emphasize their Islamic identity in their writings, and this, in turn, is observed by many foreign academics.

Susan Abeyasekere of Monash University observed that many of the Betawi people are devout and orthodox Muslims. [12] There is a minority of Betawi people who profess the Christian faith. Among the Betawi ethnic Christians, some have claimed that they are the descendants of the Portuguese Mardijker which intermarried with the local population, who mainly settled in the area of Kampung Tugu, North Jakarta.

Although today Betawi culture is often perceived as Muslim culture, it also had other roots which include Christian Portuguese and Chinese Peranakan culture. Recently, there is an ongoing debate on defining Betawi culture and identity—as mainstream Betawi organizations are criticized for only accommodating Muslim Betawi while marginalizing non-Muslim elements within Betawi culture—such as Portuguese Christian Betawi Tugu and Tangerang Cina Benteng community.

[13] The Catholic St. Servatius Church in Bekasi uses Betawi culture and language in their mass. [14] Culture [ edit ] Betawi traditional dress known as Baju Demang or Ujung Serong (male) and kebaya encim (female).

The culture and artform of the Betawi people demonstrate the influences experienced by them throughout their history. Foreign influences are visible, such as Portuguese and Chinese influences on their music, and Sundanese, Javanese and Chinese influences in their dances.

Contrary to popular perception, which believed that Betawi culture is currently marginalized and under pressure from the more dominant neighbouring Javanese and Sundanese culture—Betawi culture is thriving since it is being siger betawi by immigrants who have settled in Jakarta. The Betawi culture also has become an identity for the city, promoted through municipal government patronage. The Betawi dialect is often spoken in TV shows and dramas.

[15] Architecture [ edit ] Rumah kebaya, Betawi traditional house Traditionally Betawi people are not urban dwellers living in gedong (European-style building) or two-storied Chinese rumah toko ( shophouse) clustered in and around Batavia city walls.

They siger betawi living in kampungs around the city filled with orchards. As Jakarta become more and more densely populated, so do Betawi traditional villages that mostly now turned into a densely packed urban village with humble houses tucked in between high rise buildings and main roads. Some of the more authentic Betawi villages survived only in the outskirt of the city, such as in Setu Babakan, Jagakarsa, South Jakarta bordering with Depok area, West Java.

Traditional Betawi houses can be found in Betawi traditional kampung (villages) in Condet and Setu Babakan area, East and South Jakarta. [7] Interior of Rumah (House) Si Pitung in Marunda On coastal area in Marunda area, North Jakarta, the Betawi traditional houses are built-in rumah panggung style, which are houses built on stilts. The coastal stilt houses were built according to coastal wet environs which are sometimes flooded by tides or floods, it was possibly influenced by Malay and Bugis traditional houses.

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Malay and Bugis migrants around Batavia were historically clustered in coastal areas as they work as traders or fishermen. Today, the cluster of Bugis fishermen villages can be found inhabiting Jakarta's Thousands Islands. An example of a well-preserved Betawi rumah panggung style is Rumah Si Pitung, located in Marunda, Cilincing, North Jakarta.

[16] Betawi houses are typically one of three styles: rumah bapang (or rumah kebaya), rumah gudang (warehouse style), and Javanese-influenced rumah joglo. Most Betawi houses have a gabled roof, with the exception siger betawi the joglo house, which has a high pointed roof.

Betawi architecture has specific ornamentation called gigi balang ("grasshopper teeth") which are a row of wooden shingles applied on the roof fascia. Another distinctive characteristic of the Betawi house siger betawi a langkan, a framed open front terrace where the Betawi family receive their guests.

The large front terrace is used as an outdoor living space. [7] Music [ edit ] Ondel-Ondel Betawi The Ondel-ondel large bamboo masked-puppet giant effigy is similar to Chinese- Balinese Barong Landung and Sundanese Badawang, the artforms of masked dance. [17] The traditional Betawi dance costumes show both Chinese and European influences, while the movements such as Yapong dance, [18] which is derived from Sundanese Jaipongan dance with a hint of Chinese style.

Another dance is Topeng Betawi or Betawi mask dance. [19] Betawi popular folk drama is called lenong, which is a form of theater that draws siger betawi from local urban legends, foreign stories to everyday life of Betawi people.

[20] Martial arts [ edit ] Silat Betawi demonstration in Kota Tua Silat Betawi is a martial art of Betawi people, which was not quite popular, but recently has gained wider attention thanks to the popularity of silat films, such as The Raid. [21] Betawi martial art was rooted in the Betawi culture of jagoan (lit. "tough guy" or "local hero") that during colonial times often went against colonial authority; despised by the Dutch as thugs and bandits, but highly respected by local pribumis as native's champion.

In Betawi dialect, their style of pencak silat is called maen pukulan (lit. playing strike) which is related to Sundanese maen po. Notable schools among others are Beksi and Cingkrik. Beksi is one of the most commonly practised forms of silat in Greater Jakarta and is distinguishable from other Betawi silat styles by its close-distance combat style and lack of offensive leg action.

[22] Ceremonies [ edit ] During a Betawi wedding ceremony, there is a palang pintu (lit. door's bar) tradition of silat Betawi demonstration. It is a choreographed mock fighting between the groom's entourage with the bride's jagoan kampung (local champion). The fight is naturally won by the groom's entourage as the village champs welcome him to the bride's home.

[21] The traditional wedding dress of Betawi displays Chinese influence in the bride's costume and Arabian influences in the groom's costume. [5] Betawi people borrowed Chinese culture of firecrackers during weddings, circumcisions, or any celebrative events. The tradition of bringing roti buaya (crocodile bread) during a wedding is probably a European custom. Other Betawi celebrations and ceremonies include sunatan or khitanan (Muslim circumcision), and Lebaran Betawi festival.

[23] Cuisine [ edit ] Main article: Betawi cuisine Finding its roots in a thriving port city, Betawi has an eclectic cuisine that reflects foreign culinary traditions that have influenced the inhabitants of Jakarta for centuries. Betawi cuisine is heavily influenced by Peranakan, Malay, Sundanese, and Javanese cuisines, and to some extent Indian, Arabic, and European cuisines. [24] Betawi people have several popular dishes, such as soto betawi and soto kaki, nasi uduk, kerak telor, nasi ulam, asinan, ketoprak, rujak, semur jengkol, sayur asem, gabus pucung, and gado-gado Betawi.

• Lenong performance • Si Pitung, legendary bandit • Mohammad Husni Thamrin, National Hero of Indonesia • Benyamin Sueb, legendary comedian, singer and actor • Ismail Marzuki, composer and musician • Fauzi Bowo, governor of Jakarta 2007–2012 • Suryadharma Ali, politician • Omaswati, actress • Mpok Nori, comedian • Junaedi Salat, artist • Julia Perez, actress and singer • Surya Saputra, actor, singer and model • Iko Uwais, actor, martial artist and stuntman • Ayu Ting Ting, singer • Aiman Witjaksono, journalist and news anchor • Asmirandah Zantman, actress and singer • Francesca Gabriella Dewi Rezer, actress, presenter and model See also [ edit ] • ^ "Kewarganegaraan, Suku Bangsa, Agama, Dan Bahasa Sehari-Hari Penduduk Indonesia".

Badan Pusat Statistik. 2010. Archived from the original on 10 July 2017. Retrieved 24 April 2021. • ^ Aris Ananta, Evi Nurvidya Arifin, M Sairi Hasbullah, Nur Budi Handayani, Agus Pramono (2015). Demography of Indonesia's Ethnicity. Singapore: ISEAS: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, p. 270 (based on siger betawi census data). • ^ Knorr, Jacqueline (2014). Creole Identity in Postcolonial Indonesia. Volume 9 of Integration and Conflict Studies. Berghahn Books.

p. 91. ISBN 9781782382690. • ^ No Money, No Honey: A study of street traders and prostitutes in Jakarta by Siger betawi Murray. Oxford University Press, 1992.

Glossary page xi • ^ a b c Dina Indrasafitri (26 April 2012). "Betawi: Between tradition and modernity". Siger betawi Jakarta Post. Jakarta. • ^ a b c d "Debunking the 'native Jakartan myth' ". The Jakarta Post. Jakarta. 7 November 2011. • ^ a b c Indah Setiawati (24 June 2012).

"Betawi house hunt". The Jakarta Post. Jakarta. • ^ Setiono Sugiharto (21 June 2008). "The perseverance of Betawi language siger betawi Jakarta". The Jakarta Post. Jakarta. • ^ a b Farish A. Noor. (2012). The Forum Betawi Rempug (FBR) of Jakarta: an ethnic‑cultural solidarity movement in a globalising Indonesia.

( RSIS Working Paper, No. 242). Singapore: Nanyang Technological University. • ^ Ormas Forkabi Punya Ketua Baru Artikel ini telah tayang di JPNN.com dengan judul "Ormas Forkabi Punya Ketua Baru".

JPNN. Retrieved March 30, 2021. • ^ Arti Agama Islam bagi Orang Betawi. NU Online. Retrieved March 29, 2021. • ^ Jakarta: A History. By Susan Abeyasekere. Singapore: Oxford University Press, 1987. • ^ "Betawi or not Betawi?". The Jakarta Post. Jakarta. 26 August 2010. • ^ Hidup Berbeda Agama Dalam Satu Atap siger betawi Kampung Sawah - Special Content • ^ "What to become of native Betawi culture?".

The Jakarta Post. Jakarta. 26 November 2010. • ^ " 'Rumah Si Pitung' most popular among Jakarta Maritime Museum attractions". The Jakarta Post. 25 November 2017. Retrieved 13 July 2020. • ^ "Betawi style". The Jakarta Post. 1 September 2013.

• ^ "Yapong Dance, Betawi Traditional Dance". Indonesia Tourism. 27 March 2013. • ^ "Jakarta Traditional Dance – Betawi Mask Dance". Indonesia Travel Guide. 4 August 2015. • ^ "Lenong". Encyclopedia of Jakarta (in Indonesian). Jakarta City Government. 13 October 2013. Archived from the original on 16 January 2013. • ^ a b Indra Budiari (13 May 2016). "Betawi 'Pencak silat' lays low among locals". The Jakarta Post. Jakarta. • ^ Nathalie Abigail Budiman (1 August 2015).

"Betawi pencak silat adapts to modern times". The Jakarta Post. Jakarta. Retrieved 10 August 2015. • ^ Irawaty Wardany (23 August 2015). "Lebaran Betawi: An event to maintain bonds and traditions". The Jakarta Post. Jakarta.

• ^ Indah Setiawati (8 November 2013). "Weekly 5: A crash course in Betawi cuisine". The Jakarta Post. Retrieved 5 August 2016. Bibliography [ edit ] • Castles, Lance The Ethnic Profile of Jakarta, Indonesia vol. I, Ithaca: Cornell University April 1967 • Guinness, Patrick The attitudes and values of Betawi Fringe Dwellers in Djakarta, Berita Antropologi 8 (September), 1972, pp. 78–159 • Knoerr, Jacqueline Im Spannungsfeld von Traditionalität und Modernität: Die Orang Betawi und Betawi-ness in Jakarta, Zeitschrift für Ethnologie 128 (2), 2002, pp.

203–221 • Knoerr, Siger betawi Kreolität und postkoloniale Gesellschaft. Integration und Differenzierung in Jakarta, Frankfurt & New York: Campus Verlag, 2007 • Saidi, Ridwan. Profil Orang Betawi: Asal Muasal, Kebudayaan, dan Adat Istiadatnya • Shahab, Yasmine (ed.), Betawi dalam Perspektif Kontemporer: Perkembangan, Potensi, dan Tantangannya, Jakarta: LKB, 1997 • Wijaya, Hussein (ed.), Seni Budaya Betawi. Pralokarya Penggalian Dan Pengem¬bangannya, Jakarta: PT Dunia Pustaka Jaya, 1976 External links [ edit ] • Betawi dances tutorial videos by JakartaTourism • Tuhan aye Babe di Sorge (Betawi style Christian music video) • Melawan Lupa - Siapakah Penduduk Asli Jakarta?

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Pernikahan di Indonesia itu tentu saja mempunyai ciri khas tata rias tradisional yang setiap daerah satu dengan lainnya sangat berbeda.

Bahkan tata rias ini juga berbeda jika dibandingkan dengan tata rias atau make up untuk pengantin Barat atau internasional atau yang sedang kekinian mengikuti tren seperti dari Korea dan Thailand.

Ciri khas yang tampil dalam tata rias pengantin tradisional itu bisa terlihat begitu jelas sehingga menjadi penanda absolut. Selain ciri khas yang tampil ada juga ciri khas yang tidak terlihat oleh mata sekalipun, dan biasanya berhubungan dengan prosesi serta keyakinan.

Apa saja ciri khas tata rias pengantin tradisional di Indonesia yang jumlahnya begitu beragam? Yuk mari kita simak penjelasan di bawah ini. 1. Penggunaan Warna yang Terang Ciri khas pertama dari tata rias pengantin tradisional di Indonesia adalah penggunaan warna yang teramat terang atau medok dalam tata rias wajah.

Penggunaan warna ini yang membuat tampilan wajah dari seorang pengantin tradisional di Nusantara terlihat mencolok, tidak peduli ia berkulit terang atau tidak. Warna yang digunakan biasanya warna kekuningan untuk keseluruhan wajah atau eyeliner berwarna hijau pada mata. Mengapa ada warna yang seperti itu dalam tata rias pengantin tradisional?

Hal itu karena mengikuti pakem atau tradisi yang sifatnya turun-temurun. Meskipun begitu, belakangan hal-hal tersebut mulai ditinggalkan seiring dengan perkembangan zaman yang meminta bahwa untuk tata rias wajah pengantin jangan terlalu berlebihan terutama dalam pemilihan warna. Maka, dipilihlah warna yang cerah seperti peach, pink, atau cokelat muda untuk menunjukkan kesan yang natural dan flawless.

2. Paes Ladies, yang tidak akan kamu temukan dalam make-up pengantin modern adalah hiasan di dahi atau yang disebut dengan Paes. Hiasan di dahi dengan warna khas hitam ini biasanya ada pada mempelai wanita. Tujuannya bukan hanya untuk memperindah tampilan muka semata, melainkan juga untuk menyimbolkan kepatuhan istri pada suami. Paes biasanya menjadi ciri khas pada pengantin Jawa.

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Di suku ini, Paes terdiri dari 4 jenis, yaitu Paes Yogya Ageng, Paes Yogya Puteri, Paes Solo Puteri, dan Paes Solo Basahan. Dari keempatnya Yogya Ageng yang paling sering dipakai. Selain Jawa, suku-suku lain juga menggunakan hiasan serupa pada dahi mempelai wanitanya, seperti pada pengantin di Bali, Madura, Bugis, dan Banjar. Di Bali hiasan di dahi yang masuk dalam rangkaian Payas Agung itu disebut Srinata, di Madura disebut dengan Tretep, Bugis Dadasa, dan Siger betawi Gigi Haruan.

Masing-masing dari Paes di luar Jawa itu tentu saja memiliki perbedaan bentuk. Kalau Srinata berbentuk melengkung ke atas, yang tujuannya tidak hanya memperindah penampilan, tetapi juga untuk mengoreksi bentuk dahi. Tretep di Madura memiliki ciri lebih banyak sisi dan lengkungan, yang tepiannya biasanya akan dibingkai dengan payet.

Untuk Dadasa di Bugis adalah berbentuk bunga teratai dengan titik tengah yang berada di siger betawi dahi. Pemilihan bunga teratai itu sendiri sebagai perlambang keberkahan. Sedangkan Gigi Haruan di Banjar memiliki bentuk seperti gigi ikan haruan atau yang terkenal dalam kehidupan sehari-hari sebagai ikan gabus. Mengenai jumlah gigi yang yang dilukis tidak ada jumlah yang pasti, dan hanya dilukis mengikuti bentuk wajah.

3. Mahkota Ciri khas tata rias tradisional yang sering menonjol pada pengantin di Indonesia adalah penggunaan mahkota di kepala, yang biasanya dikenakan pada mempelai wanita, kecuali di Bali. Tercatat ada beberapa daerah yang menggunakan mahkota sebagai perlengkapan untuk tata rias rambut para pengantinnya.

Hal tersebut untuk memperindah tampilan serta mempercantik sang mempelai wanita di hari pernikahan. Yang paling populer tentu saja adalah Siger Sunda. Mahkota pengantin ini dipasang untuk mempertegas kecantikan wanita Sunda yang natural.

Namun ternyata, penggunaan Siger ini juga sebagai perlambang kebijaksanaan, kehormatan, dan martabat seorang wanita.

Selain Sunda, mahkota juga dipakai pada pengantin Lampung, Palembang, Minangkabau, Betawi, Bali, dan Batak. • Siger Lampung Pada pengantin Lampung nama mahkotanya juga sama seperti Sunda, Siger. Meski sama, ternyata dalam bentuk begitu berbeda. Dari segi tampilan fisik, Siger Lampung berbentuk tinggi melebar dengan berat dari 3 hingga 4 kilogram, dan terbuat dari emas, tembaga, dan kuningan Nama lain Siger Lampung adalah Sigokh atau Sigor, dan memiliki makna bagi wanita yang mengenakannya bahwa ia akan terlihat mandiri, ulet, dan gigih.Di masa silam, Siger dipakai oleh para ratu untuk melambangkan kehormatan dan kecantikan.

Dalam prakteknya, terdapat tiga jenis Siger Lampung, yaitu Siger Saibatin siger betawi pengantin ningrat, Siger pepadun untuk cikal bakal ulun Lampung, dan Siger Tuha yang digunakan sejak zaman animism dan Hindu-Buddha.

• Karsuhun Untuk mahkota pada pengantin wanita dari suku Palembang disebut dengan Karsuhun yang memiliki berat dari 2 hingga 3 kilogram dengan warna emas melambangkan keagungan Kerajaan Sriwijaya di masa silam. Makna dari pengenaan mahkota ini adalah untuk mencerminkan kecantikan dan keanggunan perempuan Palembang. Dalam penggunaannya, Karsuhun akan dilengkapi dengan aksesoris bernuansa emas dan berhiaskan bunga melati dengan sumping atau juntaian bola di pipi kanan dan kiri.

Pada pengantin wanita Minangkabau, mahkota yang dikenakan bernama Suntiang yang bentuknya bertingkat hingga 13 meskipun pada masa sekarang disederhanakan jumlah tingkatannya. Suntiang ini terdiri dari 11 lapisan bunga, alumunium, dan emas yang keseluruhan beratnya bisa mencapai 5 hingga hingga enam kilogram, siger betawi. Makna dari pengenaan Suntiang pada mempelai wanita adalah untuk melambangkan kekuatan dan keteguhan dalam menyongsong kehidupan berumah tangga yang terlihat tidak mudah.

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Selain itu, untuk melambangkan kesopanan. Untuk mempercantik dan memperindah biasanya Suntiang dilengkapi dengan bunga-bunga seperti bungo sarunai, bungo gadang, kembang goyang hingga kote-kote di pipi kiri dan kanan. • Siangko Di adat Betawi, mahkota yang dikenakan terdiri dari berbagai ornamen yang melambangkan percampuran etnik dalam kehidupan masyarakat Betawi.

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Unsur-unsur Cina, Melayu, Portugis, Belanda, Arab, dan Jawa sangat begitu terlihat. Mahkotanya sendiri bernuansa Cina yang terdiri atas mahkota siangko kecil atau sisir garu yang dipasangkan dengan jepitan berbentuk burung Hong. Sedangkan unsur Arab terlihat pada penggunaan cadar berupa hiasan yang menutupi keseluruhan wajah pengantin, dan disebut dengan siangko besar.

• Gelungan Payas Agung Bali yang terkenal sebagai daerah pariwisata terkenal di Indonesia mempunyai mahkota untuk pengantinnya yang bernama Gelungan Payas Agung. Di masa silam, gelungan ini hanya boleh dikenakan oleh kaum bangsawan saja, namun pada sekarang boleh digunakan oleh semua kalangan sebagai aksesoris. Bentuk gelungan ini tinggi mengerucut dengan susunan bunga sendat emas yang dihiasi dengan mahkota emas dan srinata.

Beratnya berkisar dari 3 hingga 4 kilogram dengan jumlah bunga yang dipasang bisa mencapai ratusan. Tak hanya mempelai wanita, mempelai pria di Bali juga memakai mahkota namun dengan jumlah bunga yang lebih sedikit, dan dilengkapi dengan mahkota lain bernama Gelung Geruda Mungkur.

• Bulang Emas Terakhir adalah pada Tanah Batak. Sebenarnya ciri khas pada pengantin wanita di wilayah ini adalah menggunakan Sortali atau ikat kepala berwarna merah dan kuning keemasan.

Namun pengecualian terdapat pada wilayah Batak Mandailing yang rupanya memakaikan mahkota pada pengantin wanitanya. Nama mahkota tersebut adalah Bulang Emas yang berbentuk seperti tanduk kerbau, dan terbuat dari emas murni yang terdiri dari 5 hingga 7 lapis, tergantung strata sosial sang pengantin.

Bulang Emas ini melambangkan kesediaan sang wanita untuk mengemban tanggung jawab sebagai istri saat siger betawi berumah tangga. Selain itu, melambangkan kebesaran dan kemuliaan, serta simbol status. Bulang siger betawi terdiri dari tiga macam, yaitu bulang barbo bertingkat tiga, bulang bambeng bertingkat dua, siger betawi bulang tidak bertingkat.

Bulang emas menjadi populer ketika Kahiyang, anak kedua Presiden Jokowi dinikahi oleh Bobby Nasution pada 2017. 4. Ronce Bunga Melati Penanda khas lain selain penggunaan warna pada tata rias wajah, paes pada dahi, dan mahkota pada tata rias rambut untuk pengantin tradisional Indonesia adalah ronce bunga melati.

Bunga melati yang siger betawi Latin Jasminum sambac ini dirangkai satu per satu hingga menjadi kesatuan yang panjang menjuntai hingga ke bawah melewati sanggul atau rambut. Hampir setiap daerah di Indonesia menggunakan ronce bunga melati yang disatukan dengan mahkota seperti pada Jawa, Sunda, Paksian (Bangka-Belitung), Minangkabau, dan Palembang.

Ternyata penggunaan ronce bunga ini siger betawi sebagai pemanis semata, melainkan ada simbol di baliknya, yaitu sebagai perlambang kesucian, keanggunan, ketulusan, kesederhanaan, dan kerendahan hati. 5. Mempunyai Penata Rias Khusus Apabila pada pernikahan tradisional akan siger betawi seorang MUA atau make-up artist pada pernikahan tradisional juga terdapat orang yang sama.

Meski terlihat sama dalam tugas, ternyata penata siger betawi pada pernikahan tradisional itu mempunyai tugas yang begitu khusus dalam menata rias pengantin. Hal seperti itu bisa kita temukan pada adat pernikahan Jawa yang menggunakan penata rias tradisional sesuai tradisi bernama Dukun Manten. Orang ini tidak hanya menata rias wajah saja, tetapi juga harus melakukan hal-hal lain seperti melaksanakan puasa mutih seminggu atau dua minggu menjelang pernikahan, menjadi mediator pengenalan para keluarga calon pengantin, membuat sesaji, dan meniup asap atau sembaga.

Selain itu, seorang Dukun Manten juga harus melakukan bimbingan ketika sang pengantin melakukan prosesi adat yang urutannya harus sesuai. Selain adat Jawa, adat-adat lainnya seperti Sunda dan Bugis juga mempunyai penata rias khusus yang tugasnya harus sesuai dengan pakem dan tradisi. 6. Harus Sesuai Pakem dan Tradisi Yang namanya pernikahan tradisional itu, Ladies, sudah tentu harus mengikuti pakem dan tradisi yang berlaku supaya tidak berlawanan dengan ketetapan dari leluhur.

Penggunaan warna yang terang medok, pemakaian Paes, pengenaan mahkota, dan ronce bunga melati melambangkan pakem-pakem tersebut. Sebab, di dalamnya ada makna filosofis yang tersembunyi. Adanya pakem-pakem ini pun juga sesuai keinginan orang tua sang pengantin yang menginginkan anaknya diberikan kemudahan kala berumah tangga. Meskipun begitu, seperti sudah disinggung sebelumnya bahwa ciri khas tata rias tradisional untuk pengantin di Indonesia ini sudah bisa dimodifikasi terutama dalam riasan wajah, dan bisa disesuaikan untuk mereka yang berhijab.

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