TAREKAT-TAREKAT DI KALIMANTAN SELATAN ( Alawiyyah, Sammiyyah dan Tijiyyah )

Asmaran Asmaran

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There is no doubt that islamization of Nusantara can not be separated from significant role of sufism. The term "wal" in Indonesia, for example, refers to preachers or spreaders of Islam in the earlies periods of its history, and with same meaning the "datu" in South Kalimantan, such as Datu Kelampayan (attributed to the prominent Islamic leader, 'im, Muhammad Arsyad al-Banj. Based on this historical background, it is not strange that sufi orders developed rapidly in South Kalimantan. According to the scientific researches conducted, in South Kalimantan found Junaidiyyah, Naqsabandiyyah, Naqsabandiyyah-Khalidiyyah, Qadiriyyah-Naqsabandiyyah, Alawiyyah, Sammiyyah, and Tijiyyah. This article is discussion on the three latter orders; some of them took root in ulama's networks in middle east, but the others in Java

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18592/al-banjari.v12i2.445

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