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The Final Journey of Maharaja Dharma Setia (1.5 ... AD - 1,605 AD)

Jakarta (DreamLandLibrary) - Maharaja Dharma Setia / Maharaja Dermasatia / Maharaja Dharma Setia Warman was the last king of the Kutai Martapura Kingdom, which was Hindu in the Archipelago.

Kutai Martadipura Kingdom, many also refer to the Kingdom of Kutai Mulawarman, this is because during the reign of King Mulawarman, Kutai reached a golden age.

Standing around 301 AD, the Kingdom Center is located in Muara Kaman, East Kalimantan, precisely upstream of the Mahakam river.

The name Kutai was given by experts to take from the name of the place where the inscription was found to show the existence of the kingdom.

While information on the name Martapura was obtained from the book Salasilah Raja in the State of Kutai Kertanegara, which tells the story of the Kutai Kertanegara Kingdom troops from Kutai Lama attacking the capital of this kingdom.

The Kingdom of Kutai Martapura collapsed when the 21st King named Maharaja Dharma Setia suffered defeat, and fell at the hands of King Kutai Kertanegara Aji Prince Sinum Panji,

Raja Aji Pangeran Sinum Panji, then succeeded in uniting the two kingdoms of Kutai,

Then the name of the kingdom was changed to the Kingdom of Kutai Kertanegara Ing Martadipura which later revealed the Dynasty of the Kings of Kutai Kertanegara until now.

From the source of the Yupa inscription the Pallawa script obtained 3 names of the King, while 2 people in the book of the Salasilah of the King in the Country of Kutai Kertanegara had Malay Arabic script.
  • Maharaja Kundungga, posthumous title Dewawarman (Founder)
  • Maharaja Asmawarman (Anak Kundungga)
  • Maharaja Mulawarman (Aswawarman's Child)
  • Maharaja Indera Mulia (14th Century)
  • Maharaja Dermasatia (Last)
The complete sequence of Raja Kutai Martapura (from various sources), namely:
  • Maharaja Kudungga, posthumous title Dewawarman (Founder - The name Kundungga by historians is indicated as the original name of the Archipelago that has not been influenced by the name of Indian culture)
  • Maharaja Aswawarman (Anak Kundungga, with the title Wangsakerta - Warman comes from Sanskrit, Southern India)
  • Maharaja Mulawarman Nala Dewa (Anak Aswawarman - Kingdom of Kutai experienced the Golden Age, where his territory covered almost the entire territory of East Kalimantan. The people of Kutai lived prosperous and prosperous)
  • Maharaja Marawijaya Warman
  • Maharaja Gajayana Warman
  • Maharaja Tungga Warman
  • Maharaja Jayanaga Warman
  • Maharaja Nalasinga Warman
  • Maharaja Nala Parana Tungga
  • Maharaja Gadingga Warman Dewa
  • Maharaja Indra Warman Dewa
  • Maharaja Sangga Warman Dewa
  • Maharaja Candrawarman
  • Maharaja Sri Rare God
  • Maharaja Guna Parana Dewa
  • Maharaja Wijaya Warman
  • Maharaja Sri Aji Dewa
  • Maharaja Mulia Putera
  • Maharaja Nala Pandita
  • Maharaja Indra Paruta Dewa
  • Maharaja Dharma Setia (Closing the Martadipura Dynasty in 1,605 AD)
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Source: From various sources
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