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Why were the Kalangs of Java known as a community of skilled forest cutters???

Asked by Raghvendra Dube...(student) , on 3/3/12


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The Kalangs were a skilled community of woodcutters and shifting cultivators. They were considered valuable due to their skills that were required to harvest teak and engage in other construction activities. Their value can be gauged from the fact that when the Mataram kingdom of Java split in 1755, the 6000 Kalang families were equally divided between the kingdoms.

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the kalangs of java were a community of skilled forest cutters and shifting cultivators without whose expertise  , it wa difficultto harvest teak and for the kings to build there palaces......

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Posted by Roshni Surendra...(student)on 3/3/12

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