Kingdom of Kotawaringin / Prov. Kalimantan Tengah

Kingdom of Kotawaringin: 1615 – 1948. Located in the district of Kotawaringin, west Kalimantan.
The title of the king of Kotawaringin: Pangeran Ratu.

District of Kotawaringin


Foto kingdom of Kotawaringin

* Foto Kingdom of Kotawaringin: link
* Foto palace Istana Kuning: link
* Foto palace Al Nursari: link


Line of kingdoms on Kalimantan: link


Foto kingdoms on Kalimantan

* Foto sultans and kings, still on Kalimantan: link
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Foto sultans and kings in the past: link
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Foto of palaces on Kalimantan: link

* Foto of Kalimantan in the past: link
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Foto war of the netherlands in Kalimantan, 19th century: link


Video history kingdoms on Kalimantan

– Video history kingdoms on Kalimantan, 45.000 BC – 2017: link
Video history kingdoms on West Kalimantan, 45.000 BC – today: link
– Video history kingdoms on Central / South Kalimantan, 1AD – 2020: link
– Video history kingdoms on East / North Kalimantan, 1AD – 2020: link
– Video history of the sultanate of Banjar: link


About the revival of the kingdom

16 may 2010
Pangeran Ratu
Alidin Alam Sukma was installed as Sultan XV of the Sultanate of Kotawaringin.
The coronation was held at the Istana (palace) Kuning, Sunday. Alidin was the eldest son of
Sultan XIV Kotawaringin, Pangeran  Ratu Alam Alamsyah.


History Kingdom of Kotawaringin (Kutaringin), 1615 – 1948

Kingdom of Kotawaringin (Kutaringin) was a Principality, branch of the Sultanate of Banjar, situated in what now is Kotawaringin West in Central Kalimantan. According to palace-records of al-Nursari it was established in 1615 or 1530. The Netherlands made their first contract with Kotawaringin in 1637; this year is considered the first time that Kotawaringin was ruled by a king, according to the Hikayat Banjar and Kotawaringin (Hikayat Banjar version I).
After the Proclamation of Independence of Indonesia, Kotawaringin became a part of the region NKRI, with the status of Autonomous / Kewedanan. Next it became a Kabupaten.

Sultan XIV, the last sultan of Kotawaringin


List of  Pangeran Ratu (Pangeran Adipati)

  • ?-1598:  Tongara Mandi (Adipati  or Dipati Ngganding/Dipati Gendang
  • 1598-1633/1637: Kiai Gede (assistent Adipati)- nephew of Tongara Mandi
  • 1637-1650:  Pangeran Dipati Anta-Kasuma (assistent of Dipati Ngganding) – mangkubumi Kiai Gede
  • 1650-1700:  Pangeran Mas Adipati (child) – mangkubumi Dipati Gading
  • 1700-1720: Panembahan Kota Waringin (child) – mangkubumi Dipati Gading
  • 1720-1750:  Pangeran Prabu/Panembahan Derut (child) – mangkubumi Pangeran Dira
  • 1750-1770:  Pangeran Adipati Muda (child) – mangkubumi Pangeran Cakra
  • 1770-1785:  Pangeran Panghulu (child) – mangkubumi Pangeran Anom
  • 1785-1792:  Pangeran Ratu Bagawan (child) – mangkubumi Pangeran Paku Negara
  • 1792-1817:  Pangeran Ratu Anom Kasuma Yudha (child)
  • 1817-1855:  Pangeran Imanudin/Pangeran Ratu Anom (child)
  • 1855-1865:  Pangeran Akhmad Hermansyah (child)
  • 1865-1904:  Pangeran Ratu Anom Alamsyah I (child)
  • 1905-1913:  Pangeran Ratu Sukma Negara (uncle)
  • 1913-1939:  Pangeran Ratu sukma Alamsyah (grandchild)
  • 1939-1948:  Pangeran Kasuma Anom Alamsyah II (child)
  • Pangeran Muasyidin Syah(dynastychief/son of last Pangeran Ratu of K.;f.i. in 2008)
  • 2010 –      :  Pangeran Ratu Alidin Sukma Alamsyah (child Pangeran Ratu Sukma Alamsyah).

Palaces of the kingdom

1) Palace Istana Kuning (Lawang Agung Bukit Indra) in Pangkalan Bun.
The Istana Kuning (Yellow Palace) was the Royal Palace during the Kutaringin Sultanate. The location is in the middle of Pangkalanbun city and adjacent to the monument field. The Yellow Palace consists of four buildings, namely: Bangsal (where the royal guests are received), Rumbang (where the king meditates), Dalem Kuning (the center of government, and the king’s residence), and Pedahiran (royal dining room).
In 1986 the palace, which is famous for its yellow royal doors, was set on fire by a mad woman named Draya and left nothing behind. The replica of the palace was completed in 2000.

2) Palace Al Nursari
Astana was founded in 1867 AD by Sultan Pakueran Paku Sukma Negara (Sultan the 12th). The function of Astana Al-Nursari was not as the central palace of government and the residence of the king, but as the residence of the noble descendants of the Sultan Kotawaringin, who still settled in Kotawaringin Lama after the transfer of the royal center to Pangkalan Bun.


Source (english)

– Sumber / Source Wiki: link
– History of the kingdom: link
List of kings: link
About the palace: link

Source (indon. language)

– Sejarah kerajaan Kotawaringin di Wiki: link
Sejarah kerajaan Kotawaringin:  http://tahtabanjar.blogspot.co.id/2012/10/kesultanan-kotawaringin.html
– Sejarah kerajaan Kotawaringin: http://www.bimbie.com/sejarah-kerajaan-kotawaringin.htm
Daftar Raja Kotawaringin:  https://id.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kerajaan_Kotawaringin
Tentang sultan sekarang, Sultan Alidin Sukma Alamsyah: http://aditya-pbun.blogspot.co.id/2011/10/foto-tentang-kesultanan-kutaringin.html

– Sejarah Istana: https://cakidur.wordpress.com/2013/10/22/keraton-kedua-kerajaan-kotawaringin-istana-lawang-agung-bukit-indra-kencana/
Sejarah Istana: link


Kingdoms on West Kalimantan, 1800

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Kingdoms on West Kalimantan 19th and beginning 20th century


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