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MEANINGS OF CULTURAL VALUE SYMBOLS APPLIED TO TRADITIONAL MOSQUES IN SOUTH KALIMANTAN
MEANINGS OF CULTURAL VALUE SYMBOLS APPLIED TO TRADITIONAL MOSQUES IN SOUTH KALIMANTANCreated by :
AUFA, NAIMATUL ( None )
WASTUTY, PRIMA WIDIA
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These days, research on the traditional architecture of South Kalimantan focuses merely on traditional settlements and houses. In particular, research on mosques as places of worship has been limited and is sometimes never published. Meanwhile, the construction of new mosques in South Kalimantan is no longer concerned with the cultural values inherent in local architecture. This research aims to reveal the
meaning of cultural values implied by the symbols in the traditional mosques of South Kalimantan.
Architecture is not only a product, but also a process that has meaning. Symbols in architecture are forms of media that convey the meanings of cultural values. In interpreting the symbols in the traditional mosques of South Kalimantan, this research analyzes and compares these symbols in relation to their meanings in the overall cultural narrative of the Banjarese tribe in South Kalimantan. Based on the study of seven traditional mosques in South Kalimantan, it was
observed that there are two main symbols that are rooted in the cultural values of the Banjarese tribe. These symbols form the architectural characteristics of
traditional mosques in South Kalimantan. First, traditional mosques in South Kalimantan have a special mihrab design. This design is a symbol interpreting the culture of the Banjarese tribe, which places the imam on the highest social level as a
leader and role model. Second, the shape of the roof is slightly influenced by traditional Javanese mosques. However, the overall shape of traditional mosques in
South Kalimantan is the manifestation of Banjarese culture. Traditional mosques in South Kalimantan are symbolizations of the hayat tree and hornbill, which are the both the highest symbols and symbols of identity in Dayak mythology (the origin of Banjarese tribe). The hayat tree symbolizes life, unity, and the relationship to God. On the other hand, the hornbill symbolizes the soul of the tribe building the mosque.
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Article of Architecture and Environment Vol. 9, No. 1, April 2010
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