LIQURAN : TRADISI DAN KEBUDAYAAN YANG BERKEMBANG PADA MASYARAKAT MELAYU PONTIANAK

Pita Istiana, Ismunandar Ismunandar, Winda Istiandini

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Abstract

Ramadan is the month in waiting to see all Muslims on earth. In this all Muslims worship given more time in comparing the days and months before. Fasting is among the worship which are obligatory for Muslims. Fasting is not just a hold of thirst and hunger of the dawn until sundown, but so many messages and the perceived benefits when people fasted. In Pontianak Malay society welcomes joy lailatul Qadr night began at night to 21 holy month of Ramadan which is often referred to Liquran night. Society welcomes Liquran night by making the gate of Keriang Bandong. Keriang Bandong Liquran prepared on the first night until the seventh night. Keriang Bandong are turned on at night Laylat al Qadr is believed to be a sign that the angel stopped them and as an expression of joy greet suksa night filled with glory. Keriang Bandong can be shaped like a fish, lanterns, crescent, star, pyramid, even to use a torch or lamp is turned on and is decorated the front porch and yard. Many forms of the Keriang Bandong decorate homes throughout the village, which further adds to the excitement of the evening rush Tatyana Qadr.

 

Keywords :Liquran, Malay Dance, Traditional Dance

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