Lampung, Sultan of Skala Brak

Lampung, Sultan of Skala Brak

Present Sultan (2014): Pangeran Edward Syah Pernong, Sultan the 23th of the sultanate.

The existence of the Kingdom Brak can be traced through historical relics, statues, and megalithic sculptures in Purawiwitan Pekon Sumberjaya. The kingdom is located on the slopes of Mount Pesagi, precisely in Belalau mainland, south of Lake Ranau (now known as West LaSkala-Brakmpung district), in South Sumatra. This mountain became a crowded sanctuary visited by the public until now.

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Riau, Sultan of Siak Sri Indrapura

Riau, Sultan of Siak Sri Indrapura

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Present Sultan:  Haji Tengku Muhammad Muchtar Anum Raja 

The last Sultan was: Sultan Assyaidissyarif Kasim Abdul Jalil Syaifuddin, usually called Sultan Syarif Kasim II (1908 – 1946). See below.

This sultanate was founded by Raja Kecik of the kingdom of Pagaruyung (Sultan Abdul Jalil Rahmad Syah I), after not succeeding getting the throne of the sultanate of Johor.
The  Sultanate was independent from 1723 – 1946. In earlier times this sultanate was one of the powerful kingdoms in in east and north Sumatera.. Later kingdoms seceded.

The last ruling sultan of Siak, Sultan Abdul Jalil Saifuddin V (rule (1908-)1915-1946) also known as Tengku Syarif Kassim II, ruled in a much turbulent time. In the independence struggle around WW II he was an important defendant of Indonesian independence.
Because of that he was made a national hero of Indonesia in 1998.
He died in 1968 and left no royal heirs. His brother had sons, but not from a royal wife.
So for a long time there was no official dynastychief of Siak. Some years ago that was changed.
The last ruling sultan was descendant of Sultan Abdul Jalil Saifuddin III ( T. Sy. Kasim I, ruled 1864-88). This sultan had succeeded his older brother Sultan Abdul Jalil Saifuddin II (Raja Ismail), who ruled from 1827 and had to stop as sultan, because of his health.
Now the line of Sultan Abdul Jalil Saifuddin III/Sy. Kasim is extinct, the dynasty decided to continue with the line of his older brother.
The present chief of the sultan’s dynasty of Siak is Haji Tengku Muhammad Muchtar Anum Raja, greatgrandson of the foremost last mentioned sultan, who is also described as Sultan Syarif Ismail Abdul Jalil Syafuddin II.

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Riau, Sultan of Pelalawan

Riau, Sultan of Pelalawan

Present sultan (2014): Assaidissyarif Kamarudin Haroen Tengku Besar Pelalawan, Raja Pelalawan ke-10.

Pelalawan Sultanate was part of the Sultanate of Siak until the early 19th century. At that time Abdul Rahman Sharif, brother of the Sultan of Siak beat Ali Sultan Yahya Abdul Pelalawan_tonemJalil Muzaffar Shah of Johor in 1791. He took over the reins Pelalawan and became ruler there, and was recognized by his brother the Sultan of Siak and the Dutch East Indies government in 1811

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West Sumatra, Sultan of Pagaruyung

West Sumatra, Sultan of Pagaruyung

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Sultan Muhammad Taufiq Thaib Tuanku Mudo Mahkota Alam

Present Sultan (2014): Sultan Muhammad Taufiq Thaib Tuanku Mudo Mahkota Alam

Pagaruyung was the seat of the Minangkabau kings of Western Sumatera, though little is known about it.
Adityawarna is believed to have founded the kingdom and presided over the central Sumaterda region between 1347 and 1375, most likely to control the local gold trade. The few artifacts recovered from Adityawarman’s reign include a number of stones containing inscriptions, and statues. Some of these items were found at Bukit Gombak, a hill near modern Pagarruyung, and it is believed a royal palace was located here.

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North Sumatra, Sultan of Limalaras

North Sumatra, Sultan of Limalaras

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The sultanate of Limalaras was located in north Sumatera.

Palace of Five Laras is forgotten history . His name is less famous than Maimoon Palace in Medan . Although not completely solid , Palace of Five Laras still standing in the village of Five Laras , District Tanjung Tiram , District shavings. Approximately 136 kilometers southeast of the city of Medan .

At first glance of the front of the palace buildings visible green color was dull . Four-storey palace built in 1912 that had rotted with age and no longer interesting visit. Perhaps because it is also the condition in North Sumatra tourism brochures , palace Five Laras no longer listed as one of the attractions .

The palace is located on a land area of ​​102 x 98 meters was built Datuk Matyoeda , King of the Kingdom of XII Five Laras , the eldest son of the previous king , H Djafar title Datuk Sri Raja Indra .


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Jambi, Sultan of Jambi

Jambi, Sultan of Jambi

Present Sultan (2012): Abdurrachman Thaha SyaifuddinSultan-of-Jambi-Abdurrachman_to

The Sultanate of Jambi is located on northern Sumatera. Its was centered in the modern-day province of Jambi.
In 1682 it was disputed as a vassal state between the  Dutch East Indies Company (VOC) and the Kingdom of Siam.
In the late 19th century the sultanate was slowly annexed by the Dutch, with the sultan degraded to a puppet ruler. By 1907 the last vestiges of indigeous rule had been abolished.

Sultan of Jambi, Abdurrachman Thaha Syaifuddin in 2012

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Riau, Sultan of Indragiri

Riau, Sultan of Indragiri

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Replica Palace Indragiri

Present sultan (2013): Sultan Arif SH, Al-Haj, Sultan Indragiri the 26th.

The sultanate of Indragiri is located in the Riau province, next to Jambi. The seed of the Indragiri sultanate is assumed to be Keritang, which constitutes a present subdistrict of Indragiri Hilir regency.
The first king was raja Kecik Mambang, who ruled the kingdom from 1298 – 1337. Before, Indragiri was a tributary of the Sriwijaya Kingdom.

Aceh, Kingdom of Samudra Pasai

Aceh, Kingdom of Samudra Pasai

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Kingdom of Samudra Pasai founded in the 11th century by Meurah Khair. The kingdom was located dipesisir Northeast Aceh. Kingdom was the first Islamic kingdom in Indonesia. The founder and first king of the Kingdom of Samudra Pasai is Meurah Khair. He holds Maharaja Mahmud Shah (1042-1078). Substitute Meurah Khair Shah Mansour was Maharaja of the year 1078-1133. Substitute Maharaja Maharaja Ghiyasyuddin Mansyur Shah was Shah of the year 1133-1155.

King of the Ocean next Pasai dadalah Meurah Noe who holds Nuruddin ruling Maharaja of tahun1155-1210. King is also known as Tengku ocean or Sulthan Nazimuddin Al-Kamil. Sultan was actually originated in Egypt as an admiral assigned to seize the port in Gujarat. This king had no heirs so that at the death, the kingdom of Samudra Pasai chaotic power struggle.

Meurah Silu-titled Sultan Malik al-Saleh (1285-1297). Meurah Silu was a descendant of King Perlak (now Malaysia) who founded the kingdom of Samudra Pasai second dynasty. During his reign, the royal government system and the armed forces of the sea and land are well-structured. Kingdom of prosperity, especially after the Port Pasai opened. Relationships and the Kingdom of Samudra Pasai Perlak harmonious. Meurah Silu strengthen this relationship by marrying the daughter of algae Sari, son of King Perlak. Meurah Silu managed to strengthen the influence of the kingdom of Samudra Pasai on the east coast of Aceh and developed into a powerful trading empire in the Straits of Malacca.

Kings Pasai Ocean next is Sultan Malik Muhammad Zahir (1297-1326), Sultan Mahmud Malik Zahir (1326-1345), Sultan Mansoor Malik Zahir (1345-1346), and Sultan Ahmad Malik Zahir (1346-1383). The next Raja Sultan Zainal Abidin (1383-1405). During his reign, the royal authority covers an area of ​​Kedah in Peninsular Malaya. Sultan Zainal Abidin very active spreading influence of Islam kepulau Java and Sulawesi by sending propaganda experts, such as Maulana Malik Ibrahim and Maulana Isaac.