The Local Wisdom of Gucialitese People in Ojung Ritual
Ojung is an art that emerged as a result of many disasters and disputes between ancient societies. The elders ask the Almighty stability and peace in the village of Gucialit. This research uses descriptive qualitative methods to investigate and explain local wisdom in Ojung rituals. Data is collected by observing the ritual activities starting from the ritual ceremony to the peak of the Ojung celebration. In this research, data was collected via documentation and interviews with Sesepuh or Danyang and the community. The results of this research found that the Ojung ritual which became the local wisdom of the Gucialit tradition was a tradition of obedience and trust, performed by the community to obtain peace, avoid arguments, ensure successful harvests, and protect the village.
Keywords: local wisdom, Ojung ritual, Gucialitese people
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