Kingdom of Pudjananti / Prov. Sulawesi Tengah – kab. Donggala

The kingdom of Pudjananti, was located on Sulawesi, District Donggala, prov. Central Sulawesi. It was one of three old kingdoms during the kingdoms of Majapahit and Singasari. The other 2 old kingdoms were Banggai and Sigi.

District Donggala


* Foto sultans and kings today on Sulawesi: link
* Foto sultans and kings in the past on Sulawesi: link

* Foto kingdoms in the region of Poso: link
* Foto Bugis People: link
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Foto Toraja People: link
* Foto old sites on Sulawesi: link


About the kingdom of Pudjananti

The Pudjananti Kingdom was the forerunner of the founding of the Banawa Kingdom.
The forerunner of the Banawa Kingdom was a civilization belonging to the Kaili Tribe, called the Pudjananti Kingdom or often referred to as the Old Banawa Kingdom. This kingdom is thought to have existed in the 11th to 13th centuries AD, a contemporary of the Singasari Kingdom, which was continued by Majapahit. It is estimated that the Pudjananti Kingdom experienced a heyday between 1220 and 1485 AD. The Pudjananti Kingdom became one of the three old kingdoms in Central Sulawesi, namely the Banggai Kingdom (Benggawi) and Sigi.


 

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