ROLE OF WALI, ANCIENT MOSQUE AND SACRED TOMB IN ISLAM SPREADING DYNAMICS IN CIKAKAK

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Title ROLE OF WALI, ANCIENT MOSQUE AND SACRED TOMB IN ISLAM SPREADING DYNAMICS IN CIKAKAK
 
Creator rachmadhani, arnis
 
Subject Keywords: Wali, Saka Tunggal Mosque, Sacred Tomb, Islam, Aboge
 
Description AbstractThis qualitative research was conducted in the Islamic communities who base all its activities on Aboge calendar calculations in the village of Cikakak,Wangon, District of Banyumas. Data collected by interview, observation, and documentation. This study found an association between the role of the Wali, the ancient mosque and shrine in the spread of Islam in the village Cikakak. Jaro Rajab ritual or grave pilgrimage or nyadran held every 26th of Rajab as a symbol of respect to KyaI Mustolih who spread Islam in the 17th century. Kyai Mustolih built Saka Tunggal Mosque in 1288 AD. Social practices of mutual assistance and cooperation is reflected in Jaro Rajab ritual performed in the tomb and mosque complex. Jaro Rajab ritual functioning as a unity element for communities and faiths.
 
Publisher IAIN Purwokerto
 
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Date 2016-10-02
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
Survey/Interview
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://ejournal.iainpurwokerto.ac.id/index.php/ibda/article/view/685
10.24090/ibda.v14i2.2016.pp225-240
 
Source IBDA': Jurnal Kebudayaan Islam; Vol 14, No 2 (2016): Juli 2016; 225-240
2477-5517
1693-6736
10.24090/ibda.v14i2.2016
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://ejournal.iainpurwokerto.ac.id/index.php/ibda/article/view/685/627
 
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