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Copy of mINDANAO SCULPTUre
Transcript of Copy of mINDANAO SCULPTUre
The Maranao inhabit Lanao del Norte and Lanao del Sur in Mindanao. The name Maranao translates to mean “People of the Lake”, after their traditional territory in the area surrounding Lake Lanao in the Bukidnon-Lanao Plateau.
Spike rabong is a growing spike that can be found growing in the Philipines. Looks like bamboo, with wide stem and can be eaten like a vegetable such as lettuce.
The Okir (motif) is an exclusive artistic cultural heritage of the Maranaos of Lanao, Philippines. It is as an artistic design of the Maranao native inhabitants of southern Philippines beginning from the early 6th Century C.E. before the Islamization of the area. Okir is a design or pattern often rendered or curved in hardwood, brass, silver and wall painting in curvilinear lines and Arabic geometric figures.
Abdulmari Asia Imao
The legend of the Sarimanok lives on among the Muslim inhabitants of Mindanao in Southern Philippines. To them, this mysterious bird is a messenger, swooping down from the heavens to catch fish which it delivers to the Sultans as words from Allah.
The Tausug Mats
The Tausug mats show exemplary work done by their weavers. They have great weaving skills that can be seen in their silk sashes, shoulder cloth or in their male head dresses called pis siyabit
The Tausug are Sunni Muslims who observe the Muslims’ Five Pillars. The elder Tausug, on the other hand, are those who continue to do daily prayers.