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Old 30th May 2008, 09:01 AM   #29
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Originally Posted by parong sari
No doubt both parong sari and tameng sari was made in Majapahit, but the fact that they both fell in the hands of hang tuah is because the art of fighting using a keris.. the tameng sari was killed by his own keris.. (that's what happen when you try to thrust someone's belly button without knowing the art of using a keris). the legend continues since then the people of indonesian lost their confidence in using keris as a weapon and preferred other weapons as an alternative..

i'm not saying that javanese or any other indonesian kerises are not good, but most of them aren't made for fighting.. and don't judge a keris by it's composition of steel or the pamor and say that its not fit enough to be a keris because malaysian keris were forged to kill.. just a matter of using them or not.. i'm not offended because i have any interest in this keris but because it's a malay keris and by my observation, this keris is the right type for a duel and should earn some respect even it is not as fancy as javanese keris which is for display..

Has anyone of you forumers use your beloved keris for fighting practices or something?? don't see any hands up which i guess they are only for viewing pleasure only..

p/s: dosen't really matter how i spell parong or parung, tameng or taming, it's the pronunciation that counts my friend..


Mr ParongSari or rather ParungSari,

How on earth did you know that none of us here practise silat that has keris syllabus in it. I suggest that you dig deeper in the older threads right here in Warung Kopi to find out who among the forumers actually use keris in silat
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