Cultural diversity in Indonesia

What do you think about the cultural in Indonesia ? . Have you ever seen someone who looks very different from others because they were use a traditional cloth? . Now , i will show you how the cultural diversity in Indonesia .. keep reading guyss 🤠😊 ..

Cultural Diversity or often referred to as cultural diversity is a necessity that exists in Indonesia. The existence of Indonesian cultural diversity cannot be denied.

There are so many types of differences that the Indonesian people have, ranging from ethnicity, culture, religious race, and many others. With a population of more than 250 million people spread throughout the archipelago in Indonesia. They inhabit areas with diverse geographical conditions but with the same climate. The assimilation of Indonesian culture is also strongly influenced by the meeting of local culture with outside culture. It is also a factor in Indonesia’s cultural diversity.

The Indonesian state is known for its rich cultural diversity. There are so many types of cultural diversity. Here’s an example and classification:

1. Language

The language owned by Indonesia in general has 2 languages, namely national language and regional language. In Indonesia there are more than 746 regional languages, because each region has its own language. For example: Javanese language, Acehnese language, Madurese language, Balinese language, Borneo language, Papuan language, and many to mention.

2. Traditional Houses

Not only language, one of Indonesia’s cultural diversity can be seen from traditional houses in each region. In each region in Indonesia, it has its own fulfillment, this difference reflects the adaptation to the local community environment. For example: the traditional house of joglo, the traditional house of gadang, the long traditional house, the traditional stage house, and many more.

3. Dance and Performances

The dance that is owned by each region is also one of the wealth owned by Indonesia in terms of art culture. An example is the Peacock dance from Java, and the Reog dance from Ponorogo.

4. Traditional clothing

In traditional activities in each region, usually people use local customary clothing. These clothes are easily recognizable from the clothes that come from, usually used in local traditional ceremonies.

5. Traditional Weapons

In each activity sometimes the weapons of each region are also displayed. For example celurit from Madura, Kujang from West Java, Arrows from Papua, and many more.

6. Traditional Ceremonies

The ceremony of each region is also one of Indonesia’s cultural diversity. For example Mitoni (Java), Kasodo (Tengger), Rambu olok (Toraja), Ngaben (Bali), and many others.

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http://The Indonesian state is known for its rich cultural diversity. There are so many types of cultural diversity. Here's an example and classification: 1. Language The language owned by Indonesia in general has 2 languages, namely national language and regional language. In Indonesia there are more than 746 regional languages, because each region has its own language. For example: Javanese language, Acehnese language, Madurese language, Balinese language, Borneo language, Papuan language, and many to mention. 2. Traditional Houses Not only language, one of Indonesia's cultural diversity can be seen from traditional houses in each region. In each region in Indonesia, it has its own fulfillment, this difference reflects the adaptation to the local community environment. For example: the traditional house of joglo, the traditional house of gadang, the long traditional house, the traditional stage house, and many more. 3. Dance and Performances The dance that is owned by each region is also one of the wealth owned by Indonesia in terms of art culture. An example is the Peacock dance from Java, and the Reog dance from Ponorogo. 4. Traditional clothing In traditional activities in each region, usually people use local customary clothing. These clothes are easily recognizable from the clothes that come from, usually used in local traditional ceremonies. 5. Traditional Weapons In each activity sometimes the weapons of each region are also displayed. For example celurit from Madura, Kujang from West Java, Arrows from Papua, and many more. 6. Traditional Ceremonies The ceremony of each region is also one of Indonesia's cultural diversity. For example Mitoni (Java), Kasodo (Tengger), Rambu olok (Toraja), Ngaben (Bali), and many others.

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