MADILOG (BAB I Logika Mistika)

BAB I

LOGIKA   MISTIKA

Demikianlah Firmannya Maha Dewa Rah :
Ptah : maka timbullah bumi dan langit.
Ptah : maka timbullah bintang dan udara.
Ptah : maka timbullah sungai Nil dan daratan.
Ptah : maka timbullah tanah-subur dan gurun.

Jika saya silap mencatat (di luar kepala) Firmannya Maha Dewa Rah itu, maka silapnya itu tak akan beberapa. Tetapi saya pikir maknanya sudah tersimpul pada catatan di atas ini. Firman Maha Dewa Rah sudah tentu banyak juga kawannya di dunia sekarang. Firman Maha Dewa Rah sudah cukup, memberi gambarannya LOGIKA MISTIKA atau logika yang berdasarkan rohani. Baca entri selengkapnya »

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MADILOG (Pendahuluan)

PENDAHULUAN

IKLIM
Mokojobi, 15-6-2602. tanggal opisil kini, waktu saya menulis “Madilog’’. Dalam perhitungan “tuan’’ yang sekarang sedang jatuh dari tahta pemerintahan Indonesia itu bersamaan dengan Donderdag Juli 15, 1942. Murid bangsa Indonesia yang bersekolah Arab dekat tempat saya menulis ini, menarikkan pada hari kamis, bulan Radjab 30, 1362. Baca entri selengkapnya »

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MADILOG (Sejarah)

SEJARAH MADILOG

Ditulis di Rawajati dekat pabrik sepatu Kalibata Cililitan Jakarta. Disini saya berdiam dari 15 juli 1942 sampai dengan pertengahan tahun 1943, mempelajari keadaan kota dan kampung Indonesia yang lebih dari 20 tahun ditinggalkan. Waktu yang dipakai buat menulis Madilog, ialah lebih kurang 8 bulan dari 15 juli 1942 sampai dengan 30 maret 1943 (berhenti 15 hari), 720 jam, ialah kira-kira 3 jam sehari. Baca entri selengkapnya »

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Balikpapan

Balikpapan is a seaport city on the eastern coast of the island of Borneo, Indonesia, in the East Kalimantan province, a resource-rich region well known for its timber, mining, and petroleum export products. Two harbors, Semayang and Kariangau (a ferry harbour), and the Sepinggan International Airport are the main transportation ports to the city

Geography

The topography of the municipality of Balikpapan is generally hilly (85%), with only small areas of flatland (15%), particularly along the coast and surrounding the hilly areas. The hills are less than 100 meters higher than the adjacent valleys. The altitude of Balikpapan ranges from 0 to 80 meters above sea level.

Most of the soil in Balikpapan contains yellow-reddish podsolic soil and alluvial and quartz sand, making it extremely prone to erosion. Baca entri selengkapnya »

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Samarinda

Samarinda is the capital of the Indonesian province of East Kalimantan (Kalimantan Timur) on the island of Borneo. The city lies on the banks of the Mahakam River. As well as being the capital, Samarinda is also the most populous city in East Kalimantan with a population of 562,463 (2000) and as such is used by many as a gateway to the more remote regions of the province such as Kutai Barat, Kutai Kartanegara and East Kutai. Reaching these areas usually involves travel by river as the most efficient means. Although it has status as the capital of East Kalimantan Province, some government institutions are located in Balikpapan, such as Police, Indonesian Army District VI of Tanjung Pura, and Pelabuhan Indonesia (Port Transportation).


Transport into Samarinda itself is facilitated by an airport, Temindung and a port. However, there are plans to relocate both the airport and port soon.

History
When the Gowa War began, the Dutch under Admiral Speelman’s command attacked Makassar from the sea. Meanwhile, the Netherland’s local ally Arung Palaka led a ground attack. The Kingdom of Gowa was forced to surrender and Sultan Hassanudin made to sign the Bongaya Treaty on November 19, 1667. Baca entri selengkapnya »

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Banjarmasin

Banjarmasin (aka Bandjermasin or Bandjarmasin) is the capital of South Kalimantan, Indonesia. It is located on a delta island near the junction of the Barito and Martapura rivers. As a result, Banjarmasin is sometimes called the “River City”. Its population is about 627,245 (As of 2008).

Banjarmasin is served by the Syamsudin Noor Airport, located about 25 km outside the town. The town is also served by a port, named Trisakti Harbour. A fairly important deepwater port, Pelabuhan Trisakti Banjarmasin is the trade center of the Barito basin; exports include rubber, pepper, timber, petroleum, coal, gold, and diamonds. Passenger ships and ferries to and from Java also carry their operation here.

Main economic sectors in order of their contribution to Banjarmasin’s GDP (2005): transportation and communication (26.1%), processing industries (24.9%) and trade and commerce (16.5%). Main processing industries are: plywood, rattan and rubber manufacturing.

The city is laced with flood-prone waterways, and many houses are built on rafts or stilts over the water. Many of such waterways are also used for travel, using relatively small rowboats (only major rivers are accessible by larger speedboats, tugboats, longboats, and barges).

The large majority of the population is Muslim (96%). Other religions include Protestants, Catholics, Hindus and Buddhists. The city is the home of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Banjarmasin.

History

Sultan Suriansyah Mosque is the oldest mosque in Banjarmasin and the whole South Kalimantan

Nan Serunai was an ancient kingdom in South Kalimantan, but soon it was replaced by Buddhist kingdom of Tanjungpuri. In the fourteenth century, Banjarmasin was part of the Hindu kingdom of Negara Dipa and Negara Daha respectfully, a vassal of Majapahit. But Pangeran Samudera converted to become a Muslim in the fifteenth century. Following this Banjarmasin was founded at the junction of the Barito and Martapura Rivers on September 24, 1526. The Dutch opened trade there in 1606. The British controlled the city for several brief periods, and in 1787 it became a Dutch protectorate. Banjarmasin remained the region’s capital until the onset of the Banjarmasin War in 1860, when the Dutch headquarters were moved to Martapura.The Hikayat Banjar is the chronicle of Banjarmasin. This text, also called the History of Lambung Mangkurat, contains the history of the kings of Banjar and of Kota Waringin in South-east and South Borneo respectively.At the beginning of the 20th century Banjarmasin was the largest city in Borneo. In 1930 its population was 66,000 and grew rapidly reaching 444,000 in 1990.

Local places of interest

The Sabilal Muhtadin Mosque, located along the Martapura riverfront, is a major landmark in the city. Completely built in 1979, the mosque accommodates thousands of worshippers on Friday prayers.A state university (Universitas Lambung Mangkurat, UNLAM) is also located in the town.Banjarmasin has long been renowned as a center for gem trading, particularly rare diamonds and ruby’s. An informal network with international connections exists, which also supports the large domestic Indonesian trade in rare diamonds. Banjar’s diamonds are especially known for their exquisite brilliance. In recent times, however, many of Indonesia’s large diamond stones have been traded out of the country.A floating marketplace, where buyers and sellers meet each other using boats, is located on the western outskirts of town. It is a traditional market and is considered one of city’s identity mark for years.

Culinary

A famous local dish is “soto banjar”, a soup served with lime. Another notable local dish is “Ketupat Kandangan”, a ketupat dish with coconut milk soup (can be served with either chicken or snakehead meat).

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Palangkaraya

Palangkaraya is the capital city of the Indonesian province Central Kalimantan, situated between the Kayahan and the Sabangau rivers. The population of the municipality is 160,018 (As of 2000 census). The closest airport serving the city is Tjilik Riwut.

The city, along with other parts of central Kalimantan (such as the town of Sampit), was the site of ethnic violence between the indigenous Dayak people and Madurese immigrants in February and March 2001. Several thousand Madurese, who had moved to Kalimantan as long as twenty years earlier, were evacuated to other islands to escape the violence. 

The major population is Muslim while there are also Christian and Dayak people among them. The Museum Balanga offers an insight into Kalimantan cultures.

The city is famous with its local dish of Patin bakar (Grilled River Fish), Nasi kuning (Yellow Rice), sop rotan(Rattan Soup). Some famous and popular delicacies also come from the neighbouring province of South Kalimantan. Soto Banjar and Ketupat Kandangan are the two famous food from South Kalimantan.

Many people in Palangka Raya spoke Indonesian language as well as the local dialects such as Dayak Ngaju, Dayak Maanyan etc. However, the usage or Banjar Language is more observable than the local Dayak dialects.

Two main traditional market are available in Palangka Raya. Better known as ‘Pasar Besar’ or big market and Pasar Kahayan offer many types of goods. These markets are the place to go for people to get their food supplies such as rice, meats, fishes, vegetables, spices etc.

There are also abundant mini markets as well as super markets. The growing city also have a shopping mall named Palangka Raya Mall or PALMA. The shopping mall is located right at the heart of the city which is at the Bundaran Besar.

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