It would take about three days to perform the epic in its original form. Alunsina became pregnant and told Paubari to prepare the siklot, things necessary for childbirth. She delivered a set of triplets and summoned the high priest Bungot-Banwa to perform the rites of the gods of Mount Madya-as the mountain abode of the gods to ensure the good health of the children. The high priest promptly made an altar and burned some alanghiran fronds and a pinch of kamangyan. When the ceremony was over he opened the windows of the north side of the room and a cold northernly wind came in and suddenly the three infants were transformed into strong, handsome young men. Labaw Donggon, the eldest of the three, asked his mother to prepare his magic cape, hat, belt and kampilan sword for he heard of a place called Handug where a beautiful maiden named Angoy Ginbitinan lived.
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No notes for slide. What is Hinilawod? Hinilawod is Naturally, the gods did not take this sitting down. They sought higher ground and returned to Halawod River after the flood subsided. Labaw Donggon easily defeated the monster, who allowed him to continue. He then went on another journey to collect a third bride, Malitong Yawa Sinagmaling Diwata. They journeyed to Tarambang Buriraw, where the sorceress Piganun lived. BM then hit Humadapnon and dragged his friend out of the place.
Guess who removed the boulder? Humadapnon, of course, thanks to his trusty magic cape. After fighting off a suitor, he was able to bring the goddess home. A bloody fight ensued, lasting seven years, ending with Uyutang being slain by Dumalapdap. Because of his spirit friends, though, he was able to navigate the boat safely. The men were held hostage in the island for seven years. The maiden did, in disguise, calling herself Buyung Sunmasakay. The charm on Humadapnon was lifted after NY performed some rituals.
When she transformed into her real self, Humadapnon immediately fell in love. The journey took seven years. Humadapnon stabbed his wife to death, but his conscience later bothered him especially when his spirit friends attested to the innocence of NY. She ran towards the Upperworld, but halfway through she was spirited away by a stranger who was riding the wind.
They fought for seven years with nobody winning. Alunsina, who witnessed the fight, intervened. To appease the brothers, she divided NY in half, and gave each half to the brother. She then turned each half into a whole live person.
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Hinilawod is an epic poem orally transmitted from early inhabitants of a place called Sulod in central Panay , Philippines. The epic must have been commonly known to the Visayans of Panay before the conquest, since its main protagonists, like Labaw Donggon, were noted in the accounts of the Islanders' beliefs and recorded by early Spanish colonizers. These worshippers would stealthily enter a certain cave in Dingle in the evening of a certain day of the year, in order to render homage and to offer chickens, doves, rice, bananas, and pigs to the ancient Visayan god. Hinilawod is a 29,verse epic that takes about three days to chant in its original form, making it one of the longest epics known, alongside that of Tibet's Epic of King Gesar.
Summary Of Hinilawod – An Epic Poem In Central Panay
This article will be permanently flagged as inappropriate and made unaccessible to everyone. Are you certain this article is inappropriate? Email Address:. Hinilawod is an epic poem orally transmitted from early inhabitants of a place called Sulod in central Panay , Philippines. Hinilawod is a 28,verse epic that takes about three days to chant in its original form, making it one of the longest epics known, alongside that of Tibet's Epic of King Gesar.