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Osing people

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Kemiren Village Banyuwangi : Osing Cultural Heritage from East Java Indonesia

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"Greetings" in Osing Language

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"Fruits" in Osing Language

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Osing dialect | Wikipedia audio article

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Turun temurun, Suku Osing menyongsong pesta demokrasi

The Osing people are a community living in the eastern salient of Java, Indonesia, in the easternmost part of East Java. They are the descendants of the people of the ancient Kingdom of Blambangan, whose rulers remained Hindus until they were forced to convert to Islam by the Dutch East India Company (VOC) in 1770. Their population of approximately 400,000 is centered in the province of East Java in the Banyuwangi Regency. According to the Central Bureau of Statistics in 2010, the Osing people are a sub-ethnic of the Javanese people.
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