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Old 05-15-2008, 09:35 AM
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These are the pictures from the late Sultan Otteman III Mahmud Ma'amun Padrap Perkasa Alam Shah's funeral.

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The Sultan's coffin while lying in the Palace Throne Room.

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The Shalat Jenazah (prayer to the death body) of the Sultan.

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the Sultan's Coffin on the way to the burial ground.

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The Sultan's Wife, grieving the death of her husband.

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the Sultan's Coffin being burried.
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Thank you for your contributions to this thread banda_windsor, they are much appreciated.
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Old 07-16-2008, 07:45 AM
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Las Islas Philipinas

Anyone here have any information on other Philippine non-reigning houses?
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Old 11-01-2008, 12:08 AM
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The Prince of Wales will visit Yogyakarta, where he's going to meet His Highness the Sultan Hamengkubwono X of Yogyakarta and Her Highness Queen Hemas in the Yogyakarta Royal Palace.

The POW visit the palace once in 1989 with Diana.

here's some picture from 1989
http://home-and-garden.webshots.com/...85180389UrNYzK

http://home-and-garden.webshots.com/...85180389aBuIgL
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Prince Charles met the Hereditary Sultan of the Indonesian city of Yogyakarta to discuss interfaith dialogue on Tuesday in the final major stop of a five-day visit to the country, a report said.
Charles met Sultan Hamengkubuwono X and other members of the royal family at their palace in the city on Java island, state news agency Antara reported.

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POW visits Sultan Hamengkubuwono X

Prince of Wales regaled with tale of royal love triangle - Times Online
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Old 11-28-2008, 08:22 AM
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Courtesy of D.P. Tick (gelar Raja Muda Kuno)
secretary Pusat Dokumentasi Kerajaan2 di Indonesia "Pusaka"
pusaka.tick@tiscali.nl


KINGDOMS OF INDONESIA (Kerajaan Indonesia)
Kingdoms of Indonesia (Kerajaan Indonesia)
kerajaan-indonesia.blogspot.com

ROYAL TIMOR - Kings, Rajas and Dynasties of Timor
www.royaltimor.com

BUAYAN DYNASTY (Philippines)
http://buayandynasty.blogspot.com/20...n-dynasty.html


From 25-30 November 2008 in Denpasar, Bali (Bali Art Centre) there will be the 1st SE Asia Royal Heritage Festival and Expo.
Apart from 118 attending Indonesian dynasties, there are also 10 dynasties from the Philippines and also dynasties from Thailand, Malaysia,
Singapore, BUrma, Korea, CambodIa, etc.
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Smile Sultanate of Sulu & North Borneo/ Sabah

ROYAL HASHEMITE SULTANATE OF SULU
ROYAL HASHEMITE SULTANATE OF SABAH

Check out their website:Welcome to the Royal Hashemite Sultanate of Sulu & Sabah Official Website
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The Secret Link of Lakan Dula and the British Aristocracy

It was in Lakan Dula's era when Britain and Spain are fighting for world power. Britain's way is to gain the trust of native royalties all over the world by diplomacy or intermarriages and then group these royalties into federation under its leadership. Spain's way is through conquest and subjugation. Lakan Dula's tall and fair appearance came from his great grand father who has British blood, a Lord of Manor from Oxfordshire. Lakan Dula is the early attempt of the British to gain the trust of the native Manila aristocracy.
In 1587 Magat Salamat, one of the children of Rajah Lakan Dula, and Augustin de Legazpi, Rajah Lakan Dula's nephew, and the chieftains of modern Tondo, Pandacan, Marikina, Candaba, Navotas and Bulacan were executed for secretly conspiring to revolt against the Spanish settlements.
A mestizo by the name of David Dula y Goiti, a grandson of Rajah Lakan Dula with a Spanish mother escaped the persecution of the descendants of Lakan Dula by settling in Isla de Batag, Northern Samar and settled in the placed now called Candawid.[4]
Northern Samar is where the Sumuroy Rebellion of 1649-1650 led by the Waray hero Juan Ponce Sumuroy first began. One of the trusted co conspirators of Sumuroy, David Dula y Goiti, sustained the Filipino quest for motherland in a greater vigor.Due to his hatred for the Spaniards; he dropped the name Goiti in his surname and adopted a new name David Dulay.[5] He was however wounded in a battle, was captured and later was executed in Palapag, Northern Samar by the Spaniards together with his seven key lieutenants, one of who was the great grandfather of current Northern Samar Governor Raul Daza. They were accused of masterminding several attacks on Spanish detachments. The place where David came from was named later as Candawid (Kan David) in Isla De Batag, Laoang, Northern Samar. Some of David's descendants changed their surnames to Dulay to avoid Spanish prosecutions. Some maintained their surname Dula, which up to these days is the source of minor internal frictions among some descendants of David Dula y Goiti in Laoang, Northern Samar accusing each side as "sigbinan", a native waray folklore which originated in Isla de Batag, which connotes "a family secretly keeping bear-like creatures", which are being fed with all kinds of meat, sometimes, including flesh of dead Spanish Guardia Civil. Several famous Northern Samarenos are tracing their ancestry among the seven co conspirators executed with David Dula y Goiti in Palapag, Northern Samar.
Daniel Romualdez, former Speaker of the Philippine Congress was born in Tolosa, Leyte. His father, Miguel, once served as an Assemblyman for Leyte and Mayor of the City of Manila.[1] His great grandfather was involved in the Sumoroy Revolt but narrowly escaped the Spanish execution when he was allowed by David Dula to visit his ailing mother.Dula and his seven trusted men were later executed in Palapag, Northern Samar and were buried in unmarked graves without the Roman Catholic rites.[1]. Romualdez enrolled at the University of the Philippines College of Law and obtained his law degree in 1931.
The current David Dulay descendants are the children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren of the late Hilario and Eleuterio Dulay, Sr. of Laoang, N. Samar, and a mayor for more than 20 years during the Marcos Regime. The other descendants are those carrying the surname Dula related to Councilor Rufo Dula.
Former Northern Samar Governor Madeilyn Mendoza Ong is also a descendant, from the lineage of Rufina Dulay of Candawid, Isla de Batag, Laoang, Northern Samar. Petre Dulay is the eldest brother of Rufina. Petre's eldest son, Doroteo; and Doroteo's eldest son, Elpidio - remained in Samar. Ceferino Dulay, Elpidio's eldest son, settled back to their ancestral land in Tondo, and eventually, in Marikina valley.
Br. Blas Dula Lagrimas of the Dula lineage among the present descendants of David Dulay visited the ancestral house of the hereditary leader of the Dulay Clan of Marikina Valley. They discussed over dinner the historical circumstances over Dula, Dulay of Isla de Batag, Dulay of Laoang and Dulay of Marikina Valley.From the historical accounts of the old folks of the clan, notably, the late Candawid Barangay Captain Macario Dulay; David Dulay has several wives and children. The children from the first wife carry the surname Dulay to hide them from the Spanish prosecutions. The children from the second wife used the surname Dula to reconnect to their Lakan Dula heritage. The children from his other wives used the surnames of their mothers. Some younger children from the first wife settled in Laoang and made good in arrastre business, but their eldest brother remained in Candawid running the coconut plantation with uniterrupted lineage of his first born descendants down to the generation of Petre and Elpidio, until Ceferino who surprisingly decided to go back to their ancestral land in Tondo and raised a big family. Later in his life, he uprooted his family in Tondo and together with some relatives, settled in Marikina Valley. They are now known as the Angkan ng Dulay sa Lambak ng Marikina.
The Dulay Clan of Marikina Valley is important to the unity of the lineage of David Dula y Goiti because its hereditary leader up to the present is the uninterrupted lineage of the "eldest son of the eldest son" of the Dulay Clan dating back from Petre Dulay of Candawid, Isla de Batag, Northern Samar. The Isla de Batag, where David Dula y Goiti raised his family, is a tropical paradise facing the Pacific Ocean, and where a lighthouse guiding the ships can still be found up to now. The home of the Sigben legend, Isla de Batag is in the direct route of Galleon Trade from Manila to Mexico. It is beside Palapag, the ship repair port during the Galleon Trade, and Catubig, the former capital of Samar.
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Hi All,

Just joined the forum. I am interested in ceremonial dress, especially pertaining to the above.

One specific query in mind is how was the kain panjang worn? I see images of it being trailed or tucked up around the waist. Was it specifically worn with a another cloth belt? I would be grateful for any images and clarity on this.

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Sultan Esmail D. Kiram, of the Sultanate of Sulu and North Borneo, has sent out an invitation to the heirs of the Moro sultanate to send representatives to participate in a general convention on March 7 to be held in Zamboanga City. The notice of invitation sent to the Manila Bulletin by Noor Saada, through the Facebook social networking, is addressed to “all Royal Kiram families.”
The invitation says that “His Royal Highness, Sultan Esmail D. Kiram, announces that there will be a general convention of all the heirs of the Royal Sultanate of Sulu and North Borneo.”
“All royal families are required to send a delegate who will represent the family,” the invitation reads. Further, it says the convention’s main agenda concerns “the incoming proprietary exercise and the structure of financial support that the royal families will be entitled in proportion.”
It was learned that the convention also seeks to reorganize and appoint “sultans of their respective jurisdiction” to prevent traditional functions being duplicated.
Another agenda to be tackled concerns economic and business programs, which the sultanate under Kiram is presently undertaking.
The Sultanate of Sulu, which once ruled over Sabah (the former North Borneo), an island with rich natural resources but under a dispute between the Philippine and Malaysian governments, has a long history that goes back to 1457.
Records show it was founded in 1457 by Abu Bakr, born in Johore, Malaysia, who later assumed the name Paduka Mahasari Maulana al-Sultan Sharif ul-Hashim.
The sultanate’s first seat was in Buansa, Sulu. Several sultans later ruled over the sultanate, which provided the Golden Days of Moro governance, trading with far away countries, among others.
At present, many others are claiming to be the rightful sultan of the Sultanate of Sulu and North Borneo. “North Borneo” is called Sabah today, a resource-island owned and ruled by the Sulu Moro kingdom.
Sabah is now part of the Malaysian federation, but the Malaysian government is still paying rent to the heirs of the Sulu sultan.

An article in mb.com.ph

I am not sure this is the right thread to post about the Malaysian non-reigning families. Sorry! I'd appreciate some help from the moderators.
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Indonesian kitchen: The culinary heritage of Ming princess
The Princess Ong Tien of the Ming Dynasty was sent as a "gift" to the mighty king in Cirebon of the time, Sunan Gunung Jati, who married her and made her his fifth wife.
The marriage was childless and, although surrounded by about 100 courtiers, she still felt very lonely. To assuage her homesickness, she prepared authentic food from her country, with the assistance of those loyal to her.
As a member of Sultan Gunung Jati's court, the princess was very honored. Many people still visit the Gunung Jati Cemetery to seek the blessing of Sunan Gunung Jati and those who want to be specially successful in trade go to the gate leading to the grave of the Ming princess.
On a special day, once in every 35 days, on the Jum'at Kliwon day according to Javanese customs, special prayers are made to seek the blessing of the Chinese princess.
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Sultan of Ternate - escape from the Japanese, 1945

Sydney Morning Herald - 24 April 2010

The untold story: how Z Force saved the Sultan

IN THE dead of night, they made their way slowly through the groves of sweet-smelling nutmeg and clove trees, around twisted formations of cold lava and down the perilously steep slope of the volcano that towers over the island of Ternate. Leading the party was Achmed Bashir, a local guide. By his side was an officer from Z Special Unit, also known as Z Force, the elite surveillance and sabotage unit that wreaked havoc across Japanese-occupied south-east Asia.

Among the 40 or so on the trek were the Sultan of Ternate, Iskander Muhammad Jabir Syah, the ruler of one of the most fabled of the Spice Islands, the latest of an unbroken line of monarchs stretching back 800 years. Accompanying him were his two wives, one of them heavily pregnant, his eight children and a retinue of courtiers and relatives.

"It was very dark. Up and down we went. We stayed close together. There were Japanese spies everywhere," says Mudaffar Syah, who succeeded his father as Sultan and was 10 years old at the time. "My God, that was an experience. No one talked. No one could say anything. There could be no light. This is what the intelligence officer said."

It was the early hours of April 9, 1945, and Project Opossum was approaching its climax. An audacious operation to snatch the Sultan and his family from under the noses of the Japanese troops garrisoned on Ternate, Project Opossum was ordered by the Allies' supreme commander in the Pacific, General Douglas MacArthur.
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Mayor criticised over royal "snub"

A Balinese princess Helmi Gianti was among dignitaries who believe they were snubbed by the Mayor of Bedford at the weekend when they visited the town as part of an international group of kite masters.
An on-site celebration was held in Russell Park on Saturday night, and was paid for by Bedford Borough Council.
But the kite flyers from seven countries, including Balinese princess Helmi Gianti and her family, did not get to meet Mayor of Bedford Dave Hodgson at the official reception, although the town's first citizen met some of them during the day. - Bedford Today
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Sultanate of Aceh

Former Sultanate of Aceh (Kingdom of Aceh Darussalam), Sumatra, Indonesia

Sydney Morning Herald, 18 June 2010

Hasan di Tiro, 1925 - 2010

Independence leader kept up the fight for Aceh's autonomy

Hasan di Tiro led the bloody independence movement in the troubled Indonesian province of Aceh for three decades until it was abandoned under a peace accord in 2005.

Hasan was the grandson of Cik di Tiro who was killed in 1899 leading Acehnese resistance to Dutch colonial forces. It has been claimed that when the Sultan of Aceh, Mahmud Syah, abandoned his besieged capital in 1874, he abdicated and made Cik di Tiro Sultan (Sultan Mahmud died of cholera soon after). This claim was reinforced by the last Sultan, Tuanku Muhammad Daud Syah, not naming a successor when he died in 1907.

Reinforced by his family's blood links to the former ruling dynasty (and according to some sources, Hasan di Tiro also has a blood line to the old Sultan), he was widely viewed in Aceh as the legitimate successor to the Aceh Sultanate.

He is survived by his wife Dora and son, Karim, in whom the de juré succession to the Aceh Sultanate rests.
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Indonesian President refused the idea of having Sultan Hamengkubuwono X and Sri Pakualam as Yogyakarta’s governor and vice governor. - The Jakarta Post

Democratic Party’s deputy secretary-general Saan Mustopa denied the accusation that the Democratic Party had political interest in the heated debate over Yogyakarta’s special status.
“Don’t look at us that way. We don’t have any hidden agenda behind this, In fact, we want to put the sultan in his proper place by placing him above all political interests,” he told journalists on Friday.
He said it was about the time it was known that the sultan belonged to all people of Yogyakarta and not just certain individuals.
As of Friday, Sultan Hamengkubuwono X was still registered as a member of the Golkar Party, he said. - The Jakarta Post
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Yogyakarta royal family insists succession is not a problem - Jakarta Globe
As controversy rages over the issue of Yogyakarta’s special status and the role of its sultan-cum-governor, the question of the current sultan’s successor has increasingly become part of the debate.
But the palace has assured people there is a mechanism in place to choose a successor.
The sultan, who would traditionally hand his role off to his eldest son, has only daughters. Many believe uncertainty surrounding this succession may have led the central government to seek an end to the automatic appointment of the sultan as governor of the province.
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The Sultanate of Sulu: Problem of an extinct kingdom

For decades there have been many contenders to the title of the Sultan of Sulu.
Recently a Malaysian citizen has proclaimed himself to be the ‘real Sultan of Sulu’.
The consequences of this proclamation will be felt in Malaysian domestic politics and may affect Malaysia-Philippine ties. - Full article
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Actually, according to my current research, the Bolkiah family of Brunei has some possible claim to the Philippines but they do not pursue it.
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Hey does anyone have any information concerning the Sultanate of Singapore and whom would be the head of this Sultanate House of Singapore?
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