10 things about Malaysia

10 things about Malaysia

The Federation of Malaysia is a country located in Southeast Asia which consists of thirteen states and three federal territories, with an area of 329 847 km ². Its capital is Kuala Lumpur but Putrajaya is the seat of government. It has a population of twenty million people, distributed in a land divided into two regions by the South China Sea. The Peninsular Malaysia is located in the Malay Peninsula and bordered to the north and south Thailand with Singapore. The East Malaysia, meanwhile, is located in the northern part of Borneo, bordered on the south by Indonesia and Brunei to the north. is located near the Ecuador and its climate is tropical. Archaeological remains have been found in Malaya, Sabah and Sarawak. The Semang, a black ethnic group, have a significant percentage of their ancestors in the Malay Peninsula, since their migration from Africa 50,000 years ago. They are considered an indigenous group in the region. The Senoi are a group composed, with about half of their DNA with Semang ancestors and the other half of Indo-Chinese sources. It has been suggested that their ancestors are Austronesian-speaking farmers, who brought their own language and technology for nearly 5,000 years. The Aboriginal Malays are more diverse. Although some have cone connection Southeast Asia, other ancestry in Indochina at the time of wisconsiense glaciation, 20,000 years ago. Ptolemy showed the Malay Peninsula in the first map, referring to the Straits of Malacca and Sinus Sabaricus. In the early to mid-first millennium, much of the peninsula and the Indies were under the influence of Srivijaya. The Chinese and Indians founded kingdoms in the II and III known as Kedaram, Cheh-Cha or Kataha, in ancient Pallava or Sanskrit. Chola dynasty controlled Kedah in 1025. The Strait of Malacca has been and is central to the history of Malaysia. Between VII and XIII centuries much of the Peninsula area was under control of Srivijaya Empire, originally from Palembang in Sumatra. Then, the Majapahit Empire, based on the island of Java, had a major influence on what is today the country as a whole. Then the Buddhist kingdom of Ligor controlled the region. Their king Chandrabhanu used it to attack Sri Lanka in the eleventh century, an event remembered in a stone inscription in Tamil Nadu and in Sri Lankan chronicles of Mahavamsa. During the first millennium peninsular peoples adopted Hinduism and Buddhism, as well as the Sanskrit language. Later, however, its population became the majority of Islam. The ancient kingdom of Gangga Negara, near Beru in Perak, has a history even older. "Pattinapalai", a Tamil poet of the second century, describes the gods of Kadaram beaten in the streets of the capital of Chola. The drama in the seventh century Kaumudhimahotsva Sanskrit, refers to Kedah as Kataha-Nagari. The Agnipurana also speaks of a territory known as Anda-Kataha with its borders marked by a peak, which specialists consider to be the state's highest mountain, the Gunung Jerai. Katasaritasagaram Tales speak of life in Kataha. In the early fifteenth century, Prince Parameswara from Palembang, established a dynasty and founded the Sultanate of Malacca. Having to flee, he sailed to Temasek where he was protected by the Malaysian Chief Temagi, who had been declared regent by the King of Siam. After murder took office. Years later, in Muar Sening Ujong visited the locality which corresponds today to Malacca. According to the Sejarah Melayu (Malay Annals) in that place was a deer-mouse teasing a dog under a amalakapor which decided to call his kingdom there Malacca and establish its first location. One theory Parameswara converted to Islam after marrying the princess of Pasai, in addition to adopting the title "Shah", calling himself Iskandar Shah. There are also indications that members of the elite and merchants of Malacca and were Muslims. According to Chinese chronicles in 1414 his son visited Ming for reporting his death, where he was recognized as his heir by the Emperor, reigning from 1414-1424.
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