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Cultural Diversity in Indonesia - DAILY BELY

Cultural Diversity in Indonesia

Indonesia is a rich country, rich in natural and cultural resources. The Indonesian currency is one of the distinctive parts of Indonesia, where the images on the rupiah currency also depict Indonesian culture.

Indonesia shows its diversity symbol through Bhineka Tunggal Ika (Unity in Diversity). Although Indonesia has various ethnic groups, religions, groups, and cultures, Indonesia remains one.

 Indonesian Culture Diversity You Must Know

The diversity in Indonesia is also the wealth and beauty of the Indonesian nation is unique. How many languages ​​are spoken in Indonesia? The answer is undoubtedly a lot because language is also one of the diversity in Indonesia.

Some of the various cultures that the Country of Indonesia owns include:

  1. Traditional Houses

Traditional houses are built similarly from generation to generation without any changes. Many traditional Indonesian houses are still occupied, but some are used as places to perform traditional ceremonies. Traditional houses are also the reflection of the culture and the community’s traditions, such as the economy, the people’s way of life, and religion.

  1. Traditional Ceremonies

The traditions, that are considered part of the culture and have value for the surrounding community, are traditional ceremonies. Traditional ceremonies also allow the living to communicate with the Creator and ancestors. In addition, traditional ceremonies can also be the embodiment of humans in adapting to nature and the wider environment. 

  1. Traditional Clothing

Another cultural diversity Indonesia has is the traditional clothing, which expresses each region’s identity. Formal clothes are usually used for daily events, activities, or traditional ceremonies, for example, Bodo clothes from Makassar, Javanese Kebaya, Batik Jarik from Central Java, and many more.

  1. Traditional Dance

Each region in Indonesia also has its regional dance. The function of each of these dances is different, for example, to welcome the harvest time, religious ceremonies, funeral ceremonies, and so on. Examples of traditional dances from Indonesia are the Saman dance from the Aceh region, the Pendet and Kecak dances from Bali, the Reog Ponorogo dance from East Java, and many more.

  1. Traditional Musical Instruments and Songs

These traditional songs are songs that come from Indonesia’s regions. The songs are almost similar to the national anthem but are popular regionally with lyrics from each of their respective regional languages.

Traditional songs generally tell about the life of the people in the area, and their meanings are pretty deep. In addition, there are also traditional Indonesian musical instruments such as angklung, calung, kolintang, tamborin, sasando, and so on.

This cultural diversity from Indonesia is a wealth that must be maintained and preserved by the Indonesian people themselves. Many of these cultures are also well-known worldwide and become the tourists attractions