Limited “Kujang Sakti” Mini Size

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Limited “Kujang Sakti” Mini Size

Name Of Product : “Kujang Sakti” Mini
“Kujang Sakti” has the power of God willing to beat the business competitors, make the business easy to grow, make the eyes more sensitive, fence themselves from the attack of magic, break down the enemy’s supernatural fortress, awaken the magic teaser of compassion.
Era of Establishment / Estimation: “Kamardikan.”
Size Length: 10 CM
Stock of this merchandise: Limited Amount.
Code Of Product : 5009

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Limited “Kujang Sakti” Mini Size

Name Of Product : “Kujang Sakti” Mini
“Kujang Sakti” has the power of God willing to beat the business competitors, make the business easy to grow, make the eyes more sensitive, fence themselves from the attack of magic, break down the enemy’s supernatural fortress, awaken the magic teaser of compassion.
Era of Establishment / Estimation: “Kamardikan.”
Size Length: 10 CM
Stock of this merchandise: Limited Amount.
Code Of Product : 5009

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“Kujang” History

“Kujang” is a unique weapon from the West Java area. “Kujang” began to be made around the 8th or 9th century, made of iron and steel , it’s about 20 cm long and weighing about 300 grams.“Kujang” is a tool that reflects the sharpness and critical power in life also symbolizes the strength and courage to protect the rights and the truth. “Kujang” being a characteristic, whether as a weapon, a tool of agriculture, symbols, ornaments, or souvenirs.

According to Sanghyang siksakanda ng karesian pupuh XVII, “kujang” is a weapon of the peasants and has roots in the agricultural culture of the Sundanese people.
“Kujang” known as a traditional object of West Java society (Sunda) which has a sacred value and has magical powers. Some researchers claim that the term “kujang” is derived from the word kudihyang (kudi and Hyang) Kujang (also) derived from Ujang, which means man or manusa, powerful man as King Siliwangi.

“Kudi” is taken from ancient Sundanese, which means a weapon that has magical supernatural powers, as a talisman, as a repellent of reinforcements, for example to dispel the enemy or avoid danger / disease. This weapon is also kept as an heirloom, which is used to protect the house from harm by putting it in a crate or a certain place in the house or by putting it on the bed (Hazeu 1904: 405-406). Meanwhile, Hyang can be paralleled with God’s understanding in some mythologies, but for the Sundanese Hyang people have meaning and position above the God; this is reflected in the teachings of “Dasa Prebakti” which is reflected in the text Sanghyang Torture Kanda Ng Karesian mentioned “Hyang “.
In general, “Kujang” has a sense of being an heirloom that has certain powers derived from the gods (= Hyang), and as a weapon, from the beginning until now “Kujang” occupies a very special position among the people of West Java (Sunda). As a symbol or sign with the philosophical values contained in it, “Kujang” is used as one of the aesthetics in several symbols of organization and government. In addition, “Kujang” was also used as a name of various organizations, unity and of course used also by the government of West Java province.

In the past, “Kujang” cannot be separated from Sundanese society because of its function as agricultural equipment. This statement is contained in the ancient manuscripts Sanghyang Siksa Kanda Ng Karesian (1518 AD) and oral tradition that developed in several areas including in the area Rancah, Ciamis. Evidence that reinforces the claim that the cleaver as farming equipment can still be witnessed today in Baduy, Banten and Pancow Pangawinan communities in Sukabumi.
By the progress, technological, cultural, social and economic development of Sundanese society, “Kujang” also experienced the development and shifting of form, function and meaning. From agricultural equipment, the cleaver develops into an object that has its own character and tends to be a weapon of symbolic and sacred value. The new form of cleaver as we know it today is thought to have been born between the 9th and 12th centuries.

The characteristics of a cleaver have a side of sharpening and the name of the part, among others: “papatuk” / “congo” (end of cleaver like an arrow), “eluk” / “silih” (curvature on the back), cistern (oblique arch in the abdomen) and eye (small hole covered metal gold and silver). In addition to the unique characteristics of the ingredients, the ingredients are very thin; the ingredients are dry, porous and contain some natural metals.

In “Pantun Bogor” as told by Anis Djatisunda (996-2000), “kujang” has various functions and forms. Based on the function, the cleaver is divided into four, among others: “Kujang Pusaka” (symbol of greatness and safety protection), “Kujang Pakarang” (for fighting), “Kujang Pangarak” (as a ceremonial tool) and “Kujang Pamangkas” (as a farming tool). While based on the shape of the blade there is called “Kujang Jago” (resembles the shape of a rooster), “Kujang Ciung” (resembles a “ciung”), “Kujang Kuntul” (resembling a bird), “Kujang Rhino” (resembling a rhinoceros), “Kujang Naga” (resembling a dragon mythological animal) and “Kujang Bangkong” (like a frog). Besides, there is also typology of blade shaped leather puppets with female characters as a symbol of fertility.
The value of “Kujang” as a talisman or an amulet first appeared in the history of Padjadjaran Makukuhan and Panjalu Kingdom. Precisely during the reign of King Kudo Lalean (also called King of Lelean Horses in the land of Sunda and the Kingdom of Panjalu Ciamis). Prabu Kuda Lelean / Kudo lalean is also known as Hyang Bunisora and Batara Guru in Jampang for being a receptive or resi capable in Jampang (Sukabumi). Since then, “Kujang”has gradually been used by kings and nobles of the kingdom as a symbol of authority and supernatural powers. Once, King Kudo Lalean was doing tapa brata somewhere. Suddenly the prabu got inspiration to redesign the shape of “Kujang”, which has been used as a tool of agriculture.

Surprisingly, the latest design that is in the mind of the king, the shape is similar to the island “Djawa Dwipa”, known as the island of Java in the present. Well, after getting the inspiration, soon King Kudo Lalean commissioned Mpu Windu Supo, a blacksmith of the royal family. He was asked to make a knife like that in the mind of King Prabu. At first, Mpu Windu Supo was upset about the form of weapons he had to make. So before doing the work, Mpu Windu Supo meditates, looking at the mind of the prabu. Finally he got a shadow of the prototype of the weapon as Kudo Lalean thought.

After the meditation is over, Mpu Windu Supo starts his work. With magical touches enriched with the values of spiritual philosophy, then be a weapon that has high strength. This is a unique “Kujang” shape, and becomes a magical object. This weapon has 2 pieces of striking characteristics. The shape resembles Java Island and there are 3 holes somewhere in the blade’s eye. This is a weapon that in future generations is always associated with the kingdom of Padjadjaran Makukuhan.

The form of Java Island itself is a philosophy of the ideals of the king, to unite the small kingdoms of Java land into a kingdom headed by King Padjadjaran Makukuhan. While the three holes on the knife symbolize the Trimurti, or the three aspects of the Deity of Hinduism, which is also obeyed by Kudo Lalea. Three aspects of the Deity refer to Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva. The Hindu Trinity (Trimurti) was also represented by three major kingdoms at the time. The kingdoms include Pengging Wiraradya, located in the eastern part of Java; The kingdom of Kambang Putih, located in the northern part of Java, and the Kingdom of Padjadjaran Makukuhan, is located in the West.
“Kujang” shape is developed in future generation, different models emerge as the influence of Islam grows in society, “Kujang” has experienced the form of resembling the Arabic letter “Syin”. This is an effort of the Pasundan region, namely King Kian Santang (Known also by the name of King Borosngora, and Bunisora Suradipati of the panjalu kingdom), who wishes to Islamize the people of Pasundan. Finally Kujang’s Hindu and religious philosophy of the past culture was reproduced in accordance with Islamic philosophy. Syin himself is the first letter in the shahada verse where every human being testifies to the one God and the Prophet Muhammad as his messenger. By saying the creed and intentions in this heart, then every human being automatically converts to Islam.

The manifestation of Islamic value in “Kujang’s” weapon is expanding the area of the blade that adapts itself to the shape of the syin letter. “Kujang” latest model should be able to remind the owner with his loyalty to Islam and his teachings. Five holes in “Kujang” have replaced the meaning of Trimurti. These five holes represent 5 pillars in Islam (Islamic pillars). Since then the model Kujang describes the blend of two styles designed King Kudo Lalean and King Kian Santang. But Kujang’s authority as a heirloom weapon full of “other powers” and can give a certain strength to the owner, remains attached.

In its development, Kujang’s weapons were no longer used by kings and nobles. Ordinary people often use Kujang just like the Kings and nobles. In the Sundanese society, Kujang is often seen on display as decorating the house.

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Dimensions 10 cm