Synonyms for pandeglang or Related words with pandeglang

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Examples of "pandeglang"
Persipan, an acronym for Persatuan Sepak Bola Indonesia Pandeglang is an Indonesian football club based in Pandeglang, Banten. In media, the tautology Persipan Pandeglang is often used.
Labuan - Menes - Saketi - Pandeglang - Rangkasbitung - Cigelung
BADMAN (Fullname: "Badak Mania") is Supporter of Persipan Pandeglang.
Carita is a district of Pandeglang Regency, Banten Province, Indonesia. It includes 10 villages.
Pandeglang is a regency of Banten province, Indonesia. It has an area of 2,746.9 km², and an official 2010 Census population of 1,145,792; the most recent official estimate (for January 2014) gives a population of 1,279,569. The regency includes offshore islands such as Panaitan, Deli and Tinjil. The capital is the town of Pandeglang.
The town lies on the road connecting Jakarta, Serpong and Pandeglang. It is also connected with western railway line of Java, connecting Jakarta with Serang until Merak.
The topography of Banten province at an altitude ranging from 0–1000 m asl. In general topography Banten Province is low land which ranges between 0–200 m above sea level, located in the city of Cilegon, Tangerang City, Pandeglang, and most of the Serang District. The Central Lebak and Pandeglang fraction has a height ranging from 201–2000 m asl and East Lebak area has an altitude 501–2000 m asl located at the summit of Mount Sanggabuana and Mount Halimun.
Tanjung Lesung Beach is located in the Panimbang subdistrict of Pandeglang district in the Banten province. The beach is located in the western part of the Pandeglang district and has an area of approximately 150 hectares. This area is proposed to [[Special Economic Zone]] since 2012 and Tanjung Lesung SEZ been officially in operation since 23 February 2015. Development of the Tanjung Lesung SEZ are mainly focused on the activities of Tourism and Creative Economy.
Teguh Karya was born Steve Liem Tjoan Hok on 22 September 1937 in Pandeglang, Banten. He was the first child of Chinese Indonesians Laksana Karya (Tjon Hok) and Naomi Yahya ; there was some Bantenese descent from his grandmother. He attended elementary school in Pandeglang, but moved to Jakarta for junior high school, where he struggled with the exact sciences but did well in the creative arts and history.
Sidarto Danusubroto (born Pandeglang, Banten, Dutch East Indies, 11 June 1936) is an Indonesian politician. He currently serves as Speaker of People's Consultative Assembly replacing Taufiq Kiemas who died in office on 8 June 2013.
Ahmad Jayadiningrat (old spelling before EYD was Achmad Djajadiningrat) (born in Pandeglang, August 16, 1877) was the regent of Serang (1901-1924) and the regent of Batavia (1924-1929). He was also member of "Volksraad" of East Indies.
Serang is bounded by Java Sea to the north, Sunda Strait to the west, Tangerang Regency of Greater Jakarta to the east, Lebak Regency and Pandeglang Regency to the south.
The prince Aria Adipati Achmad Djajadiningrat was born in the Kabayan village, Pandeglang, August 16, 1877 and died in Purwakarta, December 22, 1943. His father was Raden Bagus Djajawinata (son of Raden Adipati Aria Natadiningrat, the Regent of Pandeglang), a forward-thinking district officer in Kramatwatu and Regent of Serang. His mother was Ratu salehah, originally from Cipete, Serang. He served as the Regent of Serang during the period of 1901-1924, and as the Regent of Batavia (1924-1929). He also served as the member of Volksraad (Public Council) and the member of "Raad van Indie" (an advisor to the Dutch Empire in Indonesia).
On 6 February 2011 three (originally reported as six, and later amended) Ahmadiyya members were killed at Pandeglang, Banten province, in a clash between locals. While the government did instruct police to hunt the killers, it also called on Ahmadiyya to abide by the 2008 decree and stop spreading their belief.
In June 2008, a law was passed to curtail "proselytising" by Ahmadiyya members. An Ahmadiyya mosque was burned. Human rights groups objected to the restrictions on religious freedom. On 6 February 2011 some Ahmadiyya members were killed at Pandeglang, Banten province.
Indonesian National Route 11 is a road in the national route system that is located in the Banten and West Java province, and connects Labuhan, Pandeglang Regency, Banten on the western end, and Cianjur, Cianjur Regency, West Java in the eastern end.
According to the manuscript “Pustaka Rayja-rayja I Bhumi Nusantara”, the first kingdom in Javadwipa (Java island) is Salakanagara (lit: country of silver). Salakanagara was established in Year 52 Saka (130/131 AD). The location of the kingdom is believed to be in Teluk Lada, Pandeglang city, the city which is famous for metal works. (Pandeglang, or pande gelang is Sundanese words for the maker of metal bracelets or armlets). Dr. Edi S. Ekajati, Sundanese historian, conjectured that the location of the capital city of the kingdom was in current Merak City (lit: silvery city). Some people also conjectured that the kingdom was situated around Mount Salak, based on the pronunciation of the words Salaka and Salak which are almost the same.
There are more stones with inscriptions from the time of king Purnawarman, some close to Bogor city. They are Prasasti Muara Cianten, Prasasti Pasir Awi, Prasasti Cidanghiang, and Parasasti Jambu. Prasasti Cidanghiang (sits further to the west at Lebak in the Pandeglang area), consisting of two lines, proclaiming Purnawarman as the standard for rulers around the world. Prasasti Jambu, with a two-line inscription in Pallava/Sanskrit, bears the large footprints of the king. The inscription translates as:
The suicide bomber of the JW Marriott Hotel was Dani Dwi Permana, an 18-year-old graduate of a private senior high school in Bogor, West Java. The suicide bomber of the Ritz-Carlton hotel was Nana Ikhwan Maulana, a 28-year-old former resident of Pandeglang, Banten. Dani rented room 1808 in the JW Marriott. The room was paid for by Amir Abdillah, who was arrested on August 5.
Lebak Regency is a regency of Banten province, Indonesia. It has an area of 3,426.56 km² and an official 2010 Census population of 1,204,095. The latest official estimate of population (for January 2014) is 1,340,213. Rangkasbitung is the capital of the regency. Pandeglang Regency lies to the west, Serang Regency to the north, Tangerang Regency to the north-east, and Bogor Regency and Sukabumi Regency of West Java to the east.