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Hinilawod

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on 21 July 2015

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Transcript of Hinilawod

The Story of Alunsina and Datu Paubari
Hinilawod
Kaptan, the King of Gods wanted Alunsina, her daughter to marry after reaching maidenhood.
All the unmarried gods tried to win Alunsina's hand, but...
...Alunsina chose Datu Paubari to be his husband.
The suitors of Alunsina got angry and conspired to harm the newlywed couple.
Halawod (place where Alunsina and Datu Paubari live)
Suklang Malayon discovered the evil plot and warned them of it.
Alunsina and Datu Paubari settled secretly near the mouth of the Halawod river after the flood has subsided.
Alunsina became pregnant and after several months she delivered a set of triplets. They named them:
Labaw Donggon
Humadapnon
Dumalapdap
After giving birth Alunsina summoned the high priest Bungot-Banwa to perform the
rites of the gods to ensure that the triplets will have good health.
Hinilawod was an epic from the people of Sulod in Central Panay.
Sulod is the term used for a Philippine ethnolinguistic group in central Panay Island.

Hinilawod (Tales From the Mouth of the Halawod River)
-one of the
oldest
and
longest
epics known which consists of
28,00o verses
-first discovered in
1955
by a Filipino anthropologist,
F. Landa Jocano

Jocano heard the epic from an old man named
Ulang Udig.
Hinilawod
-source of information about culture, religion and rituals of the ancient people of Sulod
-shows that ancient Filipinos believed in the importance of family honor and personal courage and dignity

5 Episodes
The Story Alunsina and Datu Paubari
The adventures of Labaw Donggon
The adventures of Humadapnon
The adventures of Dumalapdap
The quest of Humadapnon continues
Group 8
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