Kabuntalan Through the Centuries

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Kabuntalan Through the Centuries: A Narrative of History and Culture is a humble attempt to bring us back to the strategic location of Tumbao (Kabuntalan) and its geographical role in the rise of its glorious Sultanate during the eighteenth century. The sound of adhan (call to prayer) from the minaret of Masgit-a-Pusaka (Relic Masjid) still reverberates memories of the coming of Islam and the popular local anecdotes about the pagali-a-buaya (“crocodile-relative”), while the boom of the lantakas still echoes the epical bravery of the 200 martyrs in the 1884 battle in Tumbao against the Spanish colonizers, as well as the town’s rich cultural heritage and resources.

2 reviews for Kabuntalan Through the Centuries

  1. rodjipay a. Mangulamas

    l am a native people of Kabuntalan, i was born in datumeg Kabuntalan..I need to study my birthplace.

  2. rodjipay a. mangulamas

    Excellent books

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