User talk:Sultan of Gandamatto

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Sultan Mardan of Macadar said: The Royal Sultanate could play a very important role especially because by accepted tradition, constituents respect and value Sultanate authority. For example, in the Preservation of Social Order.

  • When there is no source of power except the Sultan, the community is stable. The Sultan has influence and command to impose and execute the highly respected Taritib and Ijma.
  • When a dispute happens and the Sultan is not personally available to settle it, he can simply send his Tobao (scarf or headdress) through his emissary and it would be enough to make the parties stay "in suspended animation" and wait until he arrives to settle their dispute.
  • The Sultan has the power to ask anyone within his territory to come for questioning, for punishment if he committed an offense or for anything that is for the interest of his people. He only needs to beat his gong and it is enough for the people to come him.
  • When a buffalo is stolen by a person from another area, it becomes his duty to recover and restore it to the owner.
  • When conflicts between Sultanates occur, it was the duty of another Sultan to come and talk to them for peaceful settlement. The common practice used by the Sultan in settling Ridos (feuds) even until now is tracing the family lineage of the conflicting parties with the ultimate end that both parties will realize that they are relatives either by affinity or by consanguinity. Kambabatabata-a or kathotonganaya (blood relations) Kapamagongowa or kanggueguenawae (friendship) Kapamagadata or kazeselae (respect), and other relationships of the forefathers are being recalled. In most cases, disputes are resolved with tears flowing from the persons witnessing or present in the scene.

Gandamatu 2013[edit]

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Gandamatu 2014[edit]

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Speedy deletion nomination of Sultan of ''Gandamatu''[edit]

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About Engdaranau[edit]

Sultan sa Gandamatu is a Meranau people belong to Bangsamoro at Engdaranau. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 27.110.134.84 (talk) 02:42, 9 May 2014 (UTC)