Lembah Harau.  Harau Valley, located in west Sumatra province, Indonesia.  You can see the beauty of its surroundings. Granite cliffs towering to the unique shape around the valley.

Harau Valley, located in west Sumatra province, Indonesia. You can see the beauty of its surroundings. Granite cliffs towering to the unique shape around the valley.

Tari piring, Minangkabau - West Sumatera

Tari Piring is one of the most enchanting traditional dances of Indonesia. Piriang, as it is called in its original Minangkabau language, symbolizes the.

Balimbiang, West Sumatra Indonesia

a woman in balimbang west sumatra walks with a bucket in her head

Payung Waisak dance, Sumatra

Dance Umbrella: danced by a young couple with umbrella in hand, the man protecting the woman's head, a man against a woman perlamban protection.

Indonesia, Sumatra. Minangkabau - Koto Gadang. Their culture is matrilineal and patriarchal, with property and land passing down from mother to daughter, while religious and political affairs are the responsibility of men (although some women also play important roles in these areas. This custom is calledAdat perpatih in Malaysia and Lareh Bodi Caniago in Indonesia.

Their culture is matrilineal.

Minangkabau Women (from West Sumatera, Indonesia) wearing traditional clothes.

Minangkabau Women (Indonesia) Photograph by Kabir Malek, My Shot Young Minangkabau women in traditional clothes wait to perform a dance in Bagor.

Pagaruyuang Palace, Minangkabau Empire, West Sumatra, Indonesia  Redo Fernando

Pagaruyuang Palace, Minangkabau Empire - West Sumatra (by

Padang West sumatra

Padang West sumatra

Notable Minang People, the heroes of Indonesia

Minangkabau People - Matrilineal people of Sumatra, Indonesia

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