Early history

Indian scholars have written about Dwipantara or Dwipa Javanese Hindu kingdom in Java and Sumatra around 200 BC. Initial physical evidence that mention dates are from 5th century Hinduism patterned on the two kingdoms: the kingdom of West Java and mastering Tarumanagara Kutaisi on the coast of the Mahakam River, Borneo. In the 425 years of Buddhism had reached the area.

At the moment Europe entered the Renaissance, the archipelago has had a legacy of thousands of years old civilizations with the two great kingdoms of Sriwijaya in Sumatra and Majapahit in Java, plus dozens of small kingdoms which often becomes a more powerful neighbor vazal or connected to each other in a kind of bond trading ( such as in Maluku).


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