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Terima Kasih dalam 600+ Bahasa Daerah: The Result

  • Aceh: Teurimong geunaseh, teurimong gaseh beh
  • Batak, Sumatra Utara: Mauliate, mauliate godang
  • Nias, Sumatra Utara: Saohagolo
  • Minang, Sumatra Barat: Tarimo kasiah
  • Melayu Riau: Mokasih
  • Ogan, Sumatra Selatan: Mokase
  • Sunda: Hatur Nuhun
  • Indramayu, Jawa Barat: Kesuwun
  • Jawa & Yogyakarta: Matur nuwun, matur suwun, matur sembah nuwun
  • Madura, Jawa Timur: Sklangkong, mator sakalongkong
  • Bali: Matur suksma
  • Bima, NTB: Tarimakasi
  • Lombok, NTB: Tampiasih
  • Sasak, NTB: Matur tampi asih
  • Melayu Pontianak, Kalimantan Barat: Makaseh la ye
  • Bolaang Mangondow, Sulawesi Utara: Syukur mo anto
  • Gorontalo: Odu'olo
Night in the slope of the legendary Mount Gamalama, Ternate Island, North Maluku, Indonesia.
(by Ali Trisno Pranoto)

Night in the slope of the legendary Mount Gamalama, Ternate Island, North Maluku, Indonesia.

(by Ali Trisno Pranoto)

Rowing in the drizzle, Lok Baintan floating market, South Kalimantan, Indonesia.
(by Arie Darmana)

Rowing in the drizzle, Lok Baintan floating market, South Kalimantan, Indonesia.

(by Arie Darmana)

SUBMISSION: suhindarto. Matur suksma.
Siung Beach, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

SUBMISSION: suhindarto. Matur suksma.

Siung Beach, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

khatulistiwa:

Alor Tribal Leaderoleh: Subroto Mp
Portrait of Tribal Leader from Takpala Tribal Village in Alor Island, East Nusa Tenggara Province, Indonesia.

khatulistiwa:

Alor Tribal Leader
oleh: Subroto Mp

Portrait of Tribal Leader from Takpala Tribal Village in Alor Island, East Nusa Tenggara Province, Indonesia.

(via khatulistiwa)

huffingtonpost:

So this Balinese hotel just took waterbeds to a whole new level. 
(Source:  Udang House)

Udang House at Bali’s Bambu Indah Resort, Bali, Indonesia.

huffingtonpost:

So this Balinese hotel just took waterbeds to a whole new level. 

(Source:  Udang House)

Udang House at Bali’s Bambu Indah Resort, Bali, Indonesia.

SUBMISSION: rdanib. Mauliate.
Sunset at Karimunjawa Islands, Jepara, Central Java, Indonesia.

SUBMISSION: rdanib. Mauliate.

Sunset at Karimunjawa Islands, Jepara, Central Java, Indonesia.

Danau Tebat Gheban dengan latar belakang Gunung Dempo, Pagaralam, Sumatra Selatan, Indonesia.
(by fitrek hernando)

Danau Tebat Gheban dengan latar belakang Gunung Dempo, Pagaralam, Sumatra Selatan, Indonesia.

(by fitrek hernando)

indonesianhistory:

Royal picture of the day - Sultan Hamengkubuwana VI of Yogyakarta, circa 1870, taken by Isidore van Kinsbergen, who was known as a Dutch-Flemish engraver who took first archaeological and cultural photographs of Java during his first visit to the colony in 1851.
Hamengkubuwana VI (born in 1821 as Gusti Raden Mas Mustojo) ruled Yogyakarta from 1855 to 1877, titled Sinuhun Mangkubumi. He was said to be the twelfth child of Hamengkubuwana IV and his consort Gusti Kanjeng Ratu Kencono.
He was enthroned following his brother, Hamengkubuwana V’s unexpected death. His era saw the Javanese earthquake which caused destruction of a huge part of the royal palace (the keraton).
At first it was said that he disliked his brother’s policy, summed up as ‘passive war’ by conducting a harmonious relation with the colonial government. However after his enthronement he pursued a friendlier relationship with the colonial government the way his brother did.
Eventually the relation between Yogyakarta and the colonial government was strained because the Sultan maintained good connections with neighboring kingdoms and princely states regarded as enemies to the colonial government—-including with the Brunei Sultanate whose princess he eventually married.
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indonesianhistory:

Royal picture of the day - Sultan Hamengkubuwana VI of Yogyakarta, circa 1870, taken by Isidore van Kinsbergen, who was known as a Dutch-Flemish engraver who took first archaeological and cultural photographs of Java during his first visit to the colony in 1851.

Hamengkubuwana VI (born in 1821 as Gusti Raden Mas Mustojo) ruled Yogyakarta from 1855 to 1877, titled Sinuhun Mangkubumi. He was said to be the twelfth child of Hamengkubuwana IV and his consort Gusti Kanjeng Ratu Kencono.

He was enthroned following his brother, Hamengkubuwana V’s unexpected death. His era saw the Javanese earthquake which caused destruction of a huge part of the royal palace (the keraton).

At first it was said that he disliked his brother’s policy, summed up as ‘passive war’ by conducting a harmonious relation with the colonial government. However after his enthronement he pursued a friendlier relationship with the colonial government the way his brother did.

Eventually the relation between Yogyakarta and the colonial government was strained because the Sultan maintained good connections with neighboring kingdoms and princely states regarded as enemies to the colonial government—-including with the Brunei Sultanate whose princess he eventually married.

[Wikipedia ID]

Terima Kasih dalam 600+ Bahasa Daerah

Teman, submitlah ucapan ‘terima kasih’ dalam bahasa daerah kalian. Masak saya bilang thank you melulu buat yang kirim submission. Katanya kita punya 600 lebih bahasa daerah. XD.

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SUBMISSION: nayavandari. Teurimong geunaseh.
Gadis Penari, Payakumbuh, Sumatera Barat, Indonesia.

SUBMISSION: nayavandari. Teurimong geunaseh.

Gadis Penari, Payakumbuh, Sumatera Barat, Indonesia.

Title: Angin Mamiri Artist: ten2five 615 plays

Angin Mamiri, Ten2Five

Angin mamari ku pasang
Pitujui tongtongana
Tusarua takkan lupa
Eaule na mangu rangi
Tutenaya, tutenaya parisina

Batumi angin mamiri
Angin ngerang dingin-dingin
Nama lonta sari kuku
Eaule na mangu rangi
Matolorang, matolorang jenemato

Bulan, Jupiter, Merkurius dan bintang Sirius di langit barat Kota Malang, Jawa Timur, Indonesia.
(by Asthadi Setyawan)

Bulan, Jupiter, Merkurius dan bintang Sirius di langit barat Kota Malang, Jawa Timur, Indonesia.

(by Asthadi Setyawan)

wiwitarum:

Pagi hari di ujung timur Jawa.
Ketapang, Banyuwangi, Jawa Timur, Indonesia.

wiwitarum:

Pagi hari di ujung timur Jawa.

Ketapang, Banyuwangi, Jawa Timur, Indonesia.