Interactions With the Great Traditions of Asia

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Interactions with the Great Traditions of Asia .. Interaction with the Hindus.  Indochina, Sumatra, Java and the Malay Peninsula during the reigns of the Sri Vijaya and Madjapahit Empires in Southeast Asia.  Sulu: first area where Hindu influence probably flourished.  Orang Dampuans (Men from Champa) and the Orang Bandjar (Men from Banjarsamin) both vassals of the Sri Vijaya Empire, migrated to Sulu and traded with the Suluanos. SANSKRIT TAGALOG Ama Ganda Ama Ina Maharddlika Maharlika Bhatt
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  InteractionsInteractionswith thewith theGreatGreatTraditions of Traditions of Asia ..Asia ..  Interaction with the Hindus.  Indochina, Sumatra, Java and the Malay Peninsuladuring the reigns of the Sri Vijaya and MadjapahitEmpires in Southeast Asia.  Sulu: first area where Hindu influence probablyflourished.  Orang Dampuans (Men from Champa) and the OrangBandjar (Men from Banjarsamin) both vassals of the SriVijaya Empire, migrated to Sulu and traded with theSuluanos.SANSKRITTAGALOGAmaGandaAmaGandaInaMaharddlikaInaMaharlikaBhattara NanaBathala Nanay   Interaction with the Hindus.  Influence of Hindu culture is also evident in the earlyfolk literature of the Filipinos.a. Biag ni Lam-ang of Ilocosb. Ibalon of Bicolc. Darangen of Lanaod. Hudhud & Ilim of Mountain Provincee. folktale of Manubo Agno of Agusan  Other notable contributions of the Hindus:a. Use of sarong and putong of the early Filipinos.b. Saksi Wearing of embroidered shawls of Muslimwomen.c. Worship of ´Bathalaµ.d. Superstitious beliefs.e. Mining, metal work, boat-building, woodcarving,& decorative arts.  Interaction with theChinese.  Sung Dynasty, Yuan Dynasty, and Ming Dynasty.  Ma Tuan-Li, author of Sung Shihor the History ofSung Dynasty.  Chau Ju-Kua, author of Chu Fan Chihor A Descriptionof Barbarous People.  According to Ma Tuan-Li·s account, people from Ma-yitraded their products with Canton in 982.  Chau Ju-Kua described the existence of a well-established maritime commerce between the people ofMa-yi and its three islands. (Pa-lau-yu, Kia-ma-yen,and Paki-nung).
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