West Java, Hamlet Village

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Hamlet Village West Java

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Located at an altitude of ± 390 m above sea level with an area of ± 5 acres. In the story of a trusted tradition of local communities that are credited as the founder of the village of Hamlet was Sheikh Abdul Jalil. According to the story of the hamlet’s name is taken from Sundanese language means tukuh (strong, obedient, steadfast), in defending what is theirs, or obedient and very obedient run heritage traditions of his ancestors. According to the (2006) Lukmanul Judge, Interpreter Lock (Kuncen) Hamlet Village padukuhan term comes from the hamlet or hamlet = calik = sat. So padukuhan with pacalikan or shelter. Hamlet Village is a clustered residential units, consisting of several dozen houses lined up on a terraced slope. At each level there is a row of houses stretching from west to east. The location between the house almost together, so the way the village is located in between the houses of the path. Hamlet Village consists of two residential areas of Foreign Hamlet (Hamlet Landeuh = bottom) and The Hamlet (Hamlet Tonggoh = top). In addition to Foreign and Hamlet in Hamlet, there is another region called the Land Karomah (sacred land). In the region there is the Tomb of the Land Karomah Karomah (shrine). Among the three regions is bounded by hedges. In the hamlet of 42 houses, with the form, longitudinal direction and the same building materials. This amount is fixed, because there are no more vacant land that could be used as a foundation of a house. There are rules that bind the inhabitants of unwritten rule or is taboo, for example, should not be stretched out towards the shrine in the northern village, should not eat while standing, should not use electronic items and must not make the home more better than the neighbors. Hamlet outer part of the village which is outside the limits Taneuh karama. These rules do not apply strictly. Even in the present development has found many buildings that use materials in Hamlet In a taboo to wear, such as tile, glass, boards. However the direction of the houses still remain from east to west and doors are not facing the shrine. To worship means there are two mosques: one for men and one specifically for women. For bathing and washing, the public can use public toilets scattered around the village. Similarly, rice paddies, fields, cattle sheds are located are located quite far from people’s homes. Sacred Tomb is a tomb complex which consists of the tomb Grandmother Guardian (Sheikh Abdul Jalil), Husein Hasan tomb, tombs Kuncen, and residents of Kampung Hamlet (cemetery). There are some restrictions must not be made a pilgrimage on Saturday, state officials banned the pilgrimage, may not wear jewelry, have ablution / purification and for women who are menstruating barred from pilgrimage, a pilgrimage led by Kuncen. Homogeneous society and live secluded from the bustle of the city and other settlements. According to tradition alive today, indigenous village of Hamlet strongly adhere kasauran ancestor (the ancestor’s advice). This advice recommends a simple life, good manners, not excessive and did not pursue worldly pleasures, and still holds the principle of togetherness. In addition, there are traditional taboos (prohibition) is retained so that patterns and habits of the village daily to stay awake. Then the role of non-formal Kuncen as a leader regarded as the protector of customs authority, is very influential. Building a house in Kampung Dukuh average organized into four sections: the vestibule (tepas) which together with the living room (middle imah); bedroom (enggon); kitchen (Pawon) and warehouse (goah). In general, the building consists of: Tatapakan, namely the very bottom of the home made of natural stone intact. Serves to protect the poles from termites or ground water which causes the pole quickly obsolete; Tihang or poles made of wood or bamboo that serves as a frame house; floor houses a Palupuh made of bamboo plates; room or house walls made of bamboo or bamboo rope lear to weave parts of bamu which has thinned up to get the fabric diagonally; Panto or doors made of wooden plates or boards of wood species kihiang, while for the window sills and used teak, bungbulang, cayur, campaka, or albasiah; Golodog is one level of stairs that connects the courtyard to the inside of the house. Golodog is made of bamboo or wood that is placed at the bottom of the front door, while the rear doors do not usually use golodog; and Suhunan or roof is the top of the house is made of fibers, reeds, or Tepus. Most use the reeds coated fibers. Location: Village Hamlet, Village Cijambe, Cikelet subdistrict, Garut Coordinates: 07 33 ’80 “S, 107 41′ 762″ E Phone: Email: Internet: Directions: From the capital city of Garut Regency is 100 miles, 80 miles the first can be reached by public transportation to the Cikelet, from here and then switch to public transport Cijambe. From the T-junction towards the village of Hamlet Cijambe with distance 9 km can be reached by OJEG or on foot. The road condition of Cijambe to the location can be passed only with a special car, because the vehicle stopped at Pamenekan, namely the junction towards the village of Hamlet. From Pamenekan reached by walking to the location, through the path with a distance of 500 m.

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