Local Colors in Adipati Waringin Legends in Cirebon Regency

Nurul Atikah Fauzi, Sahid Teguh Widodo, Raheni Suhita


This study aims to reveal the local colors in the Adipati Waringin Legend in the Cirebon Regency. This research was a descriptive qualitative study with an ethnographic approach. In obtaining data, researchers used interview, observation, and documentation as techniques. These data were processed and tested using triangulation. Then the data is analyzed using the interactive analysis technique model of Miles and Huberman. The results showed that the traditional ceremony of Ngunjung or Sedekah Bumi, Karangreja Village in Cirebon Regency is a form of local color associated with the Adipati Waringin Legend.


Local Colors; The Legend of Adipati Waringin; Ngunjung Tradition or Sedekah Bumi

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