Bahau people

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Bahau people
Dayak Bahau
COLLECTIE TROPENMUSEUM Maskerdans tijdens de zaaifeesten van de Bahau Dajaks Boven-Mahakam TMnr 60001698.jpg
Dancers wearing Hudoq performing a mask dance during the sowing celebration of the Bahau Dayak, Upper Mahakam, circa 1898-1900.
Total population
Regions with significant populations
 Indonesia (East Kalimantan)
Bahau language, Indonesian language
Kaharingan (predominantly), Christianity
Related ethnic groups
Kayan people (Borneo), Kenyah people

Bahau people is a sub-ethic group of the Dayak people who inhabit West Kutai Regency (9.3%),[2] East Kalimantan, Indonesia.

They are found in regional districts of :-


The Bahau language is part of the Kayan-Murik languages.


Folk Song

  • Panau-Panau[5]



  1. ^ "Bahau in Indonesia". Joshua Project. Retrieved 2016-01-05. 
  2. ^ Michaela Haug (2015). Poverty and Decentralisation in East Kalimantan: The Impact of Regional Autonomy on Dayak Benuaq Wellbeing. Centaurus Verlag & Media KG. ISBN 3-8255-0770-X. 
  3. ^ Jérôme Rousseau (1988). Central Borneo: A Bibliography, Volume 38. Sarawak Museum. p. 103. ISSN 0375-3050. 
  4. ^ a b "Yayasan Lestari Zamrud Nusantara Press". Guide to East Kalimantan, Volume 2. Badan Pengembangan Pariwisata Daerah Kalimantan Timur. 1974. p. 73. 
  5. ^ "panau-panau (dayak bahau kutai barat)". Laskar444. Retrieved 2016-01-05. 
  6. ^ Wendra Ajistyatama (6 July 2013). "A boisterous royal ritual". The Jakarta Post. Retrieved 2016-11-05. 

External links

  • Kisah Perjumpaan Carl Bock dengan Suku Dayak Pemakan Manusia
  • Penanggalan Peladang Dayak Bahau-Busang
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