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Huwebes, Setyembre 11, 2008

Happy Fiesta! Surigao! (Marajaw Karajaw)



Happy Fiesta!Surigao Marajaw Karajaw!! Wow.. kahit wala ako sa amin feel na feel ko pa rin yung Spirit ng Kapistahan sa amin Nagpapasalamat kami sa aming Patron na si Senior San Nicholas de Tolentino sa lahat ng binigay niyang biyaya at magandang buhay sa aking pamilya at sa aming Probinsya (Surigao Del Norte) Mabuhay po tayong lahat.. ibahagi ko lang sayo ang pinaka aabangan sa lahat ang BONOK-BONOK Festival (Street Dancing) salamat sa aking pala Luvs sa Pictures kuhang kuha daw nya dahil nasa Front Seat daw sila
(kuha ng cellphone lang po ito ha)


Naala ko lang nong high school pa ako kasi lagi akong kasali sa mga ganito kahit nakapagod pero sulit ang lahat biruin mo buong araw kang nag sasayaw sa kalsada umulan o uminit tuloy ang selebrasyun.




walo ang naglaban-laban ngayong taong at ang Surigao West Central Elementary School ang nakakuha sa Grandiyosong Premyo

(The fiesta is part and bundle of Filipino culture. Through good times and bad times, the fiesta must go on. Each city and barrio has at least one local festival of its own, usually on the feast of its patron saint, so that there is always a fiesta going on somewhere in the country.)



ito nga pala ang handaan sa bahay namin na pinagka abalahan ng Luvs ko hmmm.. nakakamiss naman ang balat ng Litson.mga bisita namin pamilya ko at pamilya ng luvs ko at mga kapitbahay.

(Sisters ko at pamangkin ko yung mejo bata pa at yang isa iwan ko sino yan naki kurot lang yan yata sa litson hehehe)


(Luvs ko at chikiting at Sis ko at mga pamangkins)

(Pinsan buo ng Luvs (kling-kling) at ang asawa nya, dati kong Boss sa Pinas pa ako nag work)




I just want to share with you the history of BONOk-BONOK Marajaw Karajaw Festival


HISTORY OF BONOK-BONOK One of the oldest and still existing tribes in the Philippines is the Mamanwas, who are quite alike to the Negritoes in physical profile. Although forced to settle in the hinter islands because of the arrival of development, they still practiced, however, their customs and traditions. Among these is the faith about “KAHIMUNAN”, a tribal festivity, where music and graceful dancing are typical features. They chant and play accompanied with their inst ruments, such as: the gimbar (drum), the gong and the bamboo called the “kalatong” and “katik”. A “baylan” or priest preside the celebration as a tribute to their God, “MAGBABAYA” and ancestors for good health and abundant harvest intercessions. During the “kahimunan” or ancestral festivity, wild pigs, chicken and different fruits are offered to the ancestors. A thanksgiving dance called “BONOK-BONOK” is presented by the different village chieftains and babaeyons. Happiness and friendship are expressed through dancing, shouting and singing. They wave scarves of “BANAY” as signs of good will, wealth and blessings for the whole tribal village.Thus, Bonok-Bonok is a ritual dance which originated from these early settlers. The rhythm usually starts with a slow beat and slowly gets faster, causing the dancers to work at pace with the music. Adding to the attraction of the dance is the colorful costumes, which includes beaded headdresses or tubaw, bracelets and anklets of the women. The ceremonial dress of the men and women are likewise elaborate in design, and of various colors.The dance ritual has been brought down through the generations and still being practiced today. In respect to the Patron Saint San Nicolas de Tolentino, the people have already adopted the “Bonok – bonok Maradjaw Karadjaw” Festival which is a reflection of Surigao’s rich cultural heritage.Held in honour of the city’s patron, San Nicolas de Tolentino, this famous Mardi Gras celebration features street parties and traditional ethnic dance rituals. The day-long festivities take place in the area around the Provincial Sports Complex which is a great place to see the many different dancers perform. This deeply traditional event is a way of asking the gods for excellent health and abundant harvests.

12 komento:

rehabman ayon kay ...

Ang saya- saya ng mga fiesta sa Pinas. I always love fiestas and to travel! Sana sa susunod na punta ko ng Mindanao maka attend na ako fiesta!

Hapi Fiesta!

GMG ayon kay ...

i love the colorful presentations! the guy climbing on the bamboo reminds me of my stunts back in highschool. I sat at the tip of a 20 feet bamboo! hay, i miss pinas!

Bomzz! ayon kay ...

@ rehabman oo nga nakaka miss talaga nag pista its 5 year na wala ako pag pista sa amin eh dahil sa work last year nag bakasyon ako short august balik na ko ! hayyyzzzz talaga salamat sa komento....

@gmg wow! its amazing sitting on the tip of Bamboo that must be a bit scary.. :) hhehe thanks for the comments..

valQ Personal Matters ayon kay ...

Na uno mang kaw? Ya man kaw maglaong nga surigaonon ka baja. Gabijo-bijo ra lamang ang kalibutan ho? Bagan amo ra gajud kinin ato kapalaran an magkta sa internet :D

Bomzz! ayon kay ...

@ Val oo Surigaonon ako ikaw taga diin man baja kaw?

Bomzz! ayon kay ...

@ Val oo Surigaonon ako ikaw taga diin man baja kaw?

salingPUSA ayon kay ...

so----pinapadala su yung mga pics then lagay u sa blog u ayt? nice partnership. kaya nga tinawag ang asawa na katuwang sa buhay diba? really nice that you are blogging about your life there and your family here sa PINAS .....

Bomzz! ayon kay ...

@ antonyongSpusa oo send sa akin ng luvs ko na mi miss ko na rin talaga pista sa amin eh! kahit sa pics ayus na! maibsan ng kunti ang homesickness..oo sabi ko nman kahit na ano iba blog ko basta walang magulo jejejejjeje! salamat sa komento

The Islander ayon kay ...

ahhh... jari ra baja ang history nan bonok bonok...

Bomzz! ayon kay ...

@islaman tag google ra heheh salamat sa komento..

morbid ayon kay ...

maayong adlaw bai.
nakabisita nsab ko sa surigao, sa mainit to be specific.

ako dili malimtan ngd2 kay ang PIDJANGA>..haha..lami kaayo!

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The Islander ayon kay ...

aw jaon na sa google? cge puyde buslan rakan? iupdate ko an ako post sa bonok bonok. idugang ko ini.

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