Synonyms for kerudung or Related words with kerudung
Examples of "kerudung"
Sylado has received multiple awards and nominations for his writing, acting, and music, including the 2002 Khatulistiwa Award for his novel "
Merah Kirmizi" and three nominations for the Citra Award for Best Supporting Actor.
In Indonesia a tudung is a form of hijab that has a sewn-in curved visor. Rather, in Indonesia the word more analogous to the Malaysian word tudung is "
" or "jilbab".
Some women may choose to wear a headscarf to be more "formal" or "religious", such as the "jilbab" or "
" (a native tailored veil with a small, stiff visor). Such formal or cultural Muslim events may include official governmental events, funerals, circumcision ("sunatan") ceremonies or weddings. However, wearing Islamic attire to Christian relatives' funerals and weddings and entering the church is quite uncommon.
Culturally to the Javanese majority, plain, Saudi-style "hijab", the "niqab" or socially worse yet the indigenous peasant "
" (known in North Sumatran languages as "tudung") is considered vulgar, low-class and a faux pas – the traditional Javanese "hijab" are transparent, sheer, intricately brocaded or embroidered fine silk or lace tailored to match either their "sarung" or kebaya blouse.
Traditional female dress is known as "kebaya kurung". It consists of, normally, a loose-fitting kebaya blouse (which may be enhanced with brocade and embroidery), a long skirt both of which may be batik, or the "sarung" skirt made of batik, ikat or songket and either the "jilbab" (hijab) or its variant the stiffened "
Wijaya has won two Citra Awards for Best Leading Actress, one in 1967 for "Gadis
Putih" and one in 1975 for "Kembang Semusim". She also received a Citra Award for Best Supporting Actress in 1975 for her role in "Ranjang Pengantin". In 1996 she received a Surjosoemanto Prize from the National Film Board in recognition of her lengthy career, and at the 2011 Bandung Film Festival she received a Lifetime Achievement award together with Deddy Mizwar.
It is customary for Muslim-Indonesians to wear traditional cultural clothing on Eid al-Fitr. The Indonesian male outfit is known as "baju koko": a collarless long or short-sleeve shirt with traditional embroidered designs with a "kilt" "sarung" of songket, ikat or similar woven, plaid-cloth, and a headwear known as "songkok". Alternatively, men may wear either Western-style business suits or more traditional loose-fitting trousers with colour-matched shirts, and either a peci hat. Traditional female dress is known as "kebaya kurung". It consists of, normally, a loose-fitting kebaya blouse (which may be enhanced with brocade and embroidery), a long skirt both of which may be batik, or the "sarung" skirt made of batik, ikat or songket and either the "jilbab" (hijab) or its variant the stiffened "
The Islamic heritage tourism is also popular, especially among Indonesian Muslims and Muslims from neighbouring countries such as Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei that shared common Southeast Asian Islamic heritage. The activity usually linked with Islamic ziyarat pilgrimage to historical Islamic sites, such as historical mosques and tombs of venerated Islamic figures. However, for visitors in Islamic sites, either local or foreign, Muslim or non-Muslim, the rules of conduct and dress modesty is applied, such as removing the footwear while entering mosques or "makam" (tombs), visitor should not entering the site wearing shorts (sarong usually lent near the entrance to cover lower torso of the visitors), and wearing "
" (head-dress covering) for women.
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