Basir in religious system of Dayak Hindu Kaharingan society
Hinduism developed in Central Kalimantan. It was evidence of Hindu kingdom. It could be seen from the existing history of the oldest Hindu kingdom, namely Kutai kingdom in East Kalimantan in the 4th centuries AD. There was the Yupa-shaped stone found on the banks of the Mahakam River in East Kalimantan. The Yupa stated that the Kutai kingdom. It was a victim pillar stone that was used to bind sacrificial animals during the ceremony. It was provided evidence of the oldest Hindu in Indonesia. It used the Pallawa letter, Sanskrit (Team, 1996: 14). In accordance with the existing evidence of Hindu kingdom in East Kalimantan, it was also seen in Central Kalimantan. The emergence was Hindu Kaharingan teachings. The emergence of Hindu Kaharingan teachings was a religious system in Dayak society at that time. It was the existence influence of the oldest Hindu kingdom in East Kalimantan. It was developed Hindu Kaharingan teachings in Central Kalimantan. There was inseparable from the belief system that exists in the local Dayak society. One of the local religious elements that were very necessary to be preserved was Basir. Due to Basir was the heir of ancestral teachings from ancient times. It has been determined in Dayak Hindu Kaharingan society in Palangka Raya City. The media was to preserve local religions teachings, one of them was by holding a ritual ceremony led by Basir in the religious system of Dayak Hindu Kaharingan society, especially, in Palangka Raya City. The study was intended to examine Basir in the Religious System of Dayak Hindu Kaharingan society.
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