Kingdom of Banggai / Prov. Sulawesi Tengah, Kab. Banggai

The Kingdom of Banggai: founded 13th century; located on Sulawesi, the district Banggai, Central Sulawesi.
The title of the king is Tomundo.

District of Banggai

Prov. of Central Sulawesi


* Foto kingdom of Banggai: link
* Foto palace of the kingdom: link


About the Tomundo (King)

Present Raja (2017): Tomundo Mohamad Fikran Ramadhan Iskandar Zaman, Tomundo ke-23.
Foto installation king of Banggai (march 2011): link

From kerajaan indonesia: The 23rd Tomundo (raja) of Banggai is proclaimed Raja Mohamad Fikran Ramadhan Iskandar Zaman.

He is the oldest son of Raja Ir. Iskandar Zaman Awaluddin, who died 27-1-2010 and was raja from 2008. Because the new raja is a minor of 16 years, his uncle Raja Muda Irawan Zaman Awaluddin will be the regent-raja.
It is not the tradition, that the new raja always must be the son of a previous raja, but in this situation the raja council (the so-called council of the basalo sangkap, or Kommisi Ampat) had decided, that now it is the best decission about it to be made.
With this proclamation Raja Mohamad Fikran Ramadhan Iskandar Zaman is probably the 2nd youngest king of Indonesia now.
The youngest Indonesian king at this moment is the sultan of Deli in East-Sumatra, who is 12 years old.
The sultan of Sambas in West-Kalimantan is like the new raja of Banggai also born in 1993.

With this proclamation Raja Mohamad Fikran Ramadhan Iskandar Zaman is probably the 2nd youngest king of Indonesia now.
The youngest Indonesian king at this moment is the sultan of Deli in East-Sumatra, who is 12 years old.
The sultan of Sambas in West-Kalimantan is like the new raja of Banggai also born in 1993.


History of the kingdom

Google translation

Banggai kingdom has been known since the 13th century, according to the book Negara Kertagama, written by the Empu Prapancan in the year 1478/1365 saka M. Currently the kingdom Banggai the situation is still well preserved. This kingdom is not known to know the crown prince.
Anyone can be appointed as King by the decision of Basalo Sangkap. The formation of Basalo Sangkep originated from four small kingdoms on Banggai Island, namely Babolau Kingdom, Singgolok, Kookini and Katapen.
Banggai Kingdom initially only covered Banggai Islands area, but later Adi Cokro, warlord of the Sultanate of Ternate originating from Java, united the four Banggai Kingdoms, and the kingdom became the Kingdom of Banggai.
The four kingdoms were then made into Basalo Sangkap, consisting of Basalo Dodung (Babolau King), Basalo Gong – gong (King Singgolok), Basalo Bonbol (King Kookini) and Basalo Mongosong (Raja Katapean). After Adi Cokro united the four kingdoms, he  extended his territory to the Mainland of Banggai and then he returned to Java, so there was a leadership vacuum.
Basalo Sangkap then choose Abu Kasim, Adi Cokro’s son of marriage with Nurussapa-princess Raj Singgolok to become king of Banggai. However, before being inaugurated Abu Kasim was killed by a pirate in a voyage.
Basalo Sangkap then choose Maulana Prins Mandapar, another son of Adi Cokro, the result of his marriage with a Portuguese princess.
Basalo Sangkap was also inaugurated Mandapar to became the first king of Banggai and hereigned in 1600 – 1625.
– Full history:
http://wawanmulyanabreg2012.blogspot.co.id/2012/10/kerajaan-banggai.htm

Map of the kingdom of Banggai 19th and 20th century


List of kings (Tomundo)

There are 2 versions

Versi 1 (– source: http://www.wacana.co/2015/01/kerajaan-banggai/)

  1. Maulana Prins Mandapar/Mumbu doi Godong (1571-1601)
  2. Mumbu doi Kintom (1602-1630)
  3. Mumbu doi Benteng (1630-1650)
  4. Mumbu doi Balantak Mulang (1650-1689)
  5. Mumbu doi Kota (1690-1705)
  6. Mumbu doi Bacan / Abu Kasim (1705-1749)
  7. Mumbu doi Mendono (1749-1753)
  8. Mumbu doi Pedongko (1754-1763)
  9. Mumbu doi Dinadat Raja Mandaria (1763-1808)
  10. Mumbu doi Galela Raja Atondeng (1808-1815)
  11. Mumbu Tenebak Raja Laota (1815-1831)
  12. Mumbu doi Pawu Raja Taja (1831-1847)
  13. Mumbu doi Bugis Raja Agama (1847-1852)
  14. Mumbu doi Jere Raja Tatu Tanga (1852-1858)
  15. Raja Saok (1858-1870)
  16. Raja Nurdin (1872-1880)
  17. Raja H. Abdul Azis (1880-1900)
  18. Raja H. Abdurracman (1901-1922)
  19. Haji Awaludin (1925-1940)
  20. Raja Nurdin Daud (1940-1949)
  21. Raja H. Syukuran Aminuddin Amir (1941-1957)

Versi 2 (– source: https://id.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kerajaan_Banggai)

  • 1648 – 1689:  Benteng Paudagar
  • 1689 – 1705:  Balantik Mbulang
  • 1795 – 1728:  Kota Abdul Gani
  • 1728 – 1753:  Bacan Abu Kasim
  • 1753 – 1768:  Mondonu Kabudo
  • 1768 – 1773: Padongko Ansyara
  • 1773 – 1809:  Dinadat Mandaria
  • 1809 – 1821:  Galila Atondeng
  • 1821 – 1827:  Sau Tadja
  • 1827 – 1847:  Tenebak Laota
  • 1847 – 1852:  Bugis Agama
  • 1852 – 1858:  Jere Tatu Tonga
  • 1858 – 1870:  Banggai Soak
  • 1870 – 1882:  Raja Haji Labusana Nurdin
  • 1882 – 1900:  Raja Haji Abdul Aziz
  • 1900 – 1922:  Raja Haji Abdul Rahman
  • 1922 – 1925:  Majelis Perwalian Banggai
  • 1925 – 1939:  Raja Haji Awaluddin (lahir 1939)
  • 1939 – 1959:  Raja Haji Syukuran Aminuddin Amir (lahir 1902 – wafat 1960
  • 1939 – 1941:   Raja Nurdin Daud-Pemangku Tomundu
  • 1959 – 14 Agustus 2005: vacuum
  • 14 Agustus 2005 – 27 Januari 2010: Iskandar Zaman Awaluddin (born 1960 – died 2010)
  • 27 Januari 2010 – 28 Januari 2010: Raja Muda Irawan Zaman Awaluddin-Pemangku (first time)
  • 27 Januari 2010 – 28 Januari 2010: Muhammad Fikran Ramadhan Iskandar Zaman (born 1993 – died 2010)
  • 28 Januari 2010: – Raja Muda Irawan Zaman Awaluddin-Pemangku (second time)

Family tree kings of Banggai

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Palace of the kingdom


Source (only indon. language)

– Kerajaan Banggai di Melayuonlinelink
Kerajaan Banggai di Wiki: https://id.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kerajaan_Banggai
– Sejarah kerajaan Banggai: http://www.wacananusantara.org/kerajaan-banggai/
Sejarah kerajaan Banggai: https://sites.google.com/site/sejarahkerajaanbanggai/
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Daftar raja Banggai: http://www.wacananusantara.org/kerajaan-banggai/
– Daftar raja Banggai (melayuonline): http://melayuonline.com/ind/history/dig/505/kerajaan-banggai
Tentang gelar Raja sebagai Maraqdia: link
Foto pelantikan raja Banggai (maret 2011): link