The Symbolic Meaning of Lampahan Rituals and Islamic Value of the Pilgrimage to the Tomb of Prince Samber Nyawa in Astana Mangadeg Giribangun, Karanganyar Regency, Indonesia

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Ragil Narimo, Budhi Setiawan, Kundharu Saddhono

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Javanese community is known as having many cultures. Their cultures are very diverse and unique. One of them is the tradition of the grave pilgrimage which is carried out by Muslims. Grave pilgrimage can be defined as an activity of visiting a tomb. The grave pilgrimage tradition referred to in this study is the pilgrimage to the tomb of Prince Samber Nyawa in Astana Mangadeg Giribangun, Karanganyar Regency. Qualitative-descriptive method was used in this study. This study aims to describe the symbolic meaning and Islamic values ​​of lampahan rituals in the tradition of the pilgrimage to the tomb of Prince Samber Nyawa. The data in this study were lampahan rituals in Astana Mangadeg, Karanganyar Regency.The data were sourced from books, journals, and oral history. The data collection techniques included observation, document analysis, and interview.Source triangulation was used as the validation technique. The results show that there are symbolic meanings of lampahan rituals and Islamic values ​​of the pilgrimage to the tomb of Prince Samber Nyawa in Astana Mangadeg Giribangun, Karanganyar Regency. The symbolic meaning in question is a squatting gait or laku ndhodhok as a form of respect from the people to their king. The Islamic values ​​contained include remembering death, increasing faith, religious tourism, and knowing historical values.

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