Kebudayaan Indonesia

Weapons

Alamang

Alamang

Alamang is a traditional sword from Sulawesi. In its original place, it is also called as Sonri or Salapu. Sonri or Salapu is one type of weapon that is sacred...

Badik

Badik is a traditional weapon comes from South Sulawesi. The shape likes a knife with one or two sharp edges and asymmetric form decorated with pamor. Until...

Badik Lampung

Badik or traditional dagger is a weapon that can be found in several regions in Indonesia. In addition to South Sulawesi (Sulawesi), Lampung are other areas in...

Badik Tumbuk Lado

Badik Tumbuk Lado

Badik tumbuk lada is a traditional weapon of Kepulauan Riau. Badik is also a name of traditional weapon of Bugis ethnic and some ethnics in Sumatra. While,...

Javanese Keris (dagger)

Javanese Keris (dagger)

History: The beginning of the emergence of a dagger is uncertain. However, at the time of Padjadjaran and Majapahit (the XIth century), Keris was  already...

Kalawai

Kalawai

People of Maluku surely acknowedge with their traditional weapon, Kalawai. The word “Kalawai” is derived from two “kala” and &ldquo...

Keris

Keris

Keris is a short sword which has a sharp point in its both sides. It antique’s shape makes Keris easily distinguished from other swords. The...

Kujang, The Magic Weapon

Kujang came from an ancient Sundanese language, Kudhiyang that means the magic weapon or a talisman. This Gods heirloom is usually use to protect house from any...