siallagan village

Village (Huta in Batak languange) Siallagan, a village famous for its tradition of eating humans. But, the king and society Huta Siallagan no origin eat humans if hungry, humans are not eaten without a criminal reason.

There are customary laws that fall on someone who commits a crime such as rapists, traitors, and enemies (one of his own why so the enemy). There are two possible punishment options, namely the law of the statue or the law of beheaded.

In the trial usually the king and other high officials looking for a good day to execute based on the calendar Batak. If the trial has been decided, the penalty awaits. For the beheaded, the defendant will first be tied first in the big tree while waiting for the day of execution to arrive. If the day of execution arrives, the defendant will be transferred to the location of the execution.

The stone of the Siallagan trial chair is arranged in such a way as to the place of the court and the prisoners of the prisoners of the former king. In addition to these court chairs grew a tree called the tree of righteousness because all court decisions taken by the king were conveyed or shed into this tree.

Very interesting village with Lots of history

This place is very interesting with lots of history. Located in the village of Ambarita, Simanindo sub-district is located on the edge of Lake Toba approximately 1 Km from Ambarita. The capital of Simanindo District or 35 Km from the district capital (Pangururan). Can be reached by two-wheeled vehicles and four wheels from Tuktuk and can also be reached through the lake (tourist boat). This place is nice to trip together with you friends.

Siallagan huta development, supposedly done in mutual assistance on the initiative of the first king of Huta Raja Laga Siallagan and subsequently bequeathed to the descendants of King Hendrik Siallagan and so on to the descendants of the king Ompu Batu Ginjang Siallagan.

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