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  • 1. MARANAO
  • 2. MARANAO The term Lanao is derived from the Maranao word “Ranao” meaning a body of water. “Maranao” means Lake Dweller. They are the natives of the place occupying the land around Lake Lanao, which is situated at the central part of Lanao del Sur. Lanao applied to the entire area before its division. When it was divided into two provinces, the southern portion
  • 3. Together with the Illanun andMaguindanao, the Maranao areone of three indigenous Muslimgroups native to the island ofMindanao in the southwesternpart of the Philippines, this tribalgroup share in a generalizedSoutheast Asian culture but hasits own cultural identity. TheMaranaos are a tribe of Malay-
  • 4. LOCATION450,000 in the two lanao provinces90% Lanao Del Sur10% Lanao Del NorteSome parts of Cotabato and Zamboanga del Sur
  • 5. TOROGAN The Torogan is the traditional residence of the reigning Sultan of the Maranaw people and his family. It is where the community traditionally gathers for wedding thanksgiving rites, enthronements and vigils for the dead. It is a masterpiece of Filipino craftsmanship. Carved on the torogan wooden posts is the niyaga, a stylized mythical snake design that can be found in many Muslim artworks. Each design
  • 6. LANGUAGEAustronesianLanguage
  • 7. Letters in Maranao alphabet (dictionary letters, not standardized): A B D AE E G H I K L M N NG O P R S T W Y. AE represents the pepet
  • 8. PRONOUNS Set I Set II Set III Set IVI ako aken raken sakenYou ka Ngka/k reka Seka(Sg.)He/She/I Sekaniy Niyan/iy rekaniya Sekaniyant an an nWe kami Mi/ami rekami SekamiYou(pl) kano Niyo/iyo Rekano sekanoThey Siran Ran/iran kiran Siran
  • 9. EXAMPLE SENTENCES Si’i gomegenek so mala’ a seda’ sa laod. -The big fish is living far from the shore. Saken i miyakailap ko pirak aken. -I myself lost my money. Balilisa ngka siran oto a manga rarata’ i ongar. -Beat those who are misbehaving. So taw a malowig na di’ paeka’awid sa
  • 10. ART Maranao culture is known for the exuberance and vitality of its art forms The major art forms of the Maranao are carving, weaving and metalwork. Maranaw art is very distinctive. The Maranaws are, by far, the largest manufacturers of brass-
  • 11. OKIR In all these forms the Maranao are consistent in their motof which is the okir design. It refers to a whole repertoire of folk motifs which consisting of plant forms that figure prominently in their artwork from weaving to carving, to brass cast pieces. Its design serve as significant culturals symbols. many design are
  • 12. SARIMANOK We have several stylized decorative motifs in Muslim art, Sarimanok is one of these. Sarimanok is stylized representation of an open-winged legendary bird whose claws clutch a fish. It is a bird- form symbolof the Maranao. You will see the Sarimanok on top of bamboo poles placed at the center of
  • 13. MALONGThe Maranaos are also known for their gold and purple malong.Malong is the traditional tube garment of the Maranaos.If you will notice, the colors green, yellow, red, violet and
  • 14. METAL WORKS Muslim people of the Philippinens are noted for their skills in metalworks.They produce weaponry swords and decorative containers in brass and
  • 15. CUISINESpicy taste in their foods.Palapa
  • 16. FOODS
  • 17. LEGEND OF THE MARANAO FOOD According to a scholar, food is one of the panabi-nabian, prophet, a mercy and a gift from Allah. "When the world was created, mankind had no food to eat. The soil was asked to feed mankind but it refused because it does not have enough to feed mankind. And so one of the sons of Fatima, Asa, was buried so that Nabi Adam will also be fed and be able to move. For seven days Nabi Saopak was buried. After seven days, it grew. On the head part grew a coconut, on the heart grew the palay, on the pelvis grew cotton, and on the lower art

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