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Indonesia ~ West Sumatra | Minangkabau (Orang Padang / Minang) woman. | ca. 1929.

Indonesia ~ West Sumatra | Minangkabau (Orang Padang / Minang) woman. | ca. 1929.

Indonesia | A Minangkabau couple from West Sumatra dressed in ceremonial finery. ca. 1930 ||| Source; Ethnic Jewellery from Indonesia: Continuity and Evolution. Bruce W Carpenter. Pg 33

Indonesia | A Minangkabau couple from West Sumatra dressed in ceremonial finery. ca. 1930 ||| Source; Ethnic Jewellery from Indonesia: Continuity and Evolution. Bruce W Carpenter. Pg 33

Portret van een Minangkabau jongen en meisje in traditionele kleding in Batipoe., Christiaan Benjamin Nieuwenhuis, 1890 - 1912

Portret van een Minangkabau jongen en meisje in traditionele kleding in Batipoe., Christiaan Benjamin Nieuwenhuis, 1890 - 1912

Sumatra, Indonesia | Portrait of a Batak girl | Postcard image from the 1920/30s | Probably published by Japanese photographer Y. Asada

Batak Girl BEAUTY Jewels Sumatra Indonesia stamp 1932

Sumatra, Indonesia | Portrait of a Batak girl | Postcard image from the 1920/30s | Probably published by Japanese photographer Y. Asada

Indonesia, Sumatra ~ Minangkabau women

Indonesia, Sumatra ~ Minangkabau women

Indonesia, Sumatra. Minangkabau Nobleman

Indonesia, Sumatra. Minangkabau Nobleman

Minangkabau. West Sumatra, Indonesia.

Minangkabau. West Sumatra, Indonesia.

Indonesia, Sumatra. Minangkabau ladies from Koto Gadang - Indian influence on local fashion. 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.

Indonesia, Sumatra. Minangkabau ladies from Koto Gadang - Indian influence on local fashion. 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.


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