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The Kingdoms in Indonesia Are Hindu and Buddhist



IPHEDIA.com - Dwipantara or Javanese Hindu kingdom Dwipa (Java Island) and Sumatra Island (Swarna Dwipa), as written by Indian scholars, have been around 200 BC.

Early physical evidence that mentions Hinduism-style kingdoms in the 5th century AD, namely Tarumanagara Kingdom in West Java and Kutai Kingdom on the Mahakam River, Kalimantan. In 425, it was estimated that Buddhism had reached region.

The legacy of a protected civilization last year marked founding of two major kingdoms, namely Srivijaya in Sumatra from 7th to 14th century AD and Majapahit in 13th to 16th centuries Java, coupled with small mountains used for vazal neighbors which are stronger or interconnected in a kind of marriage and trade ties. This has happened before era Western Europe Renaissance in 16th century AD.

In 4th century to 7th century in West Java region there was a Hindu-Buddhist style kingdom, namely Tarumanagara kingdom which was built with Sunda Kingdom until the 16th century. In 7th century to 14th century, Srivijaya Buddhist kingdom flourished on Sumatra Island.

Chinese Explorers I was the capital of Palembang around 670. At height its glory, Srivijaya gathered areas throughout West Java and Malay Peninsula. The 14th century also witnessed rise of a Hindu kingdom in East Java, Majapahit.

Patih Majapahit Gajah Mada, between 1331 and 1364 succeeded in most regions in Indonesia. The legacy of Gajah Mada era included legal modifications and in Javanese culture, as seen in epic Ramayana. (as/rs)

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