Culture Of Jambi

Based on local folklore, the name Edinburgh comes from the word "jambe" which means "nut". This name has to do with a living legend in the community, the legend of King Princess Pinang conformable Cook, who had something to do with the origins of the province of Jambi.
The original inhabitants of Jambi Province consists of several tribes, including Jambi Malay, Inner, Kerinci, penghulu, Move, Child (Kubu), and Bajau. Tribes first mentioned are the majority population of the entire population of Edinburgh, who settled along the river edge and around Batanghari.
Kubu tribe or the Child considered the oldest tribe in Edinburgh, having been settled in advance before the arrival of other tribes. They are thought to be descendants of soldiers who intend to expand the Minangkabau region to Edinburgh. There is a temporary information that states that the tribe is descended from the tribe Wedda mixing with Negrito tribes, who then called the tribe Weddoid.
People of Child distinguished the tame and wild tribes. The term "benign" is given to groups who have been promoted, have a permanent residence, and have known agricultural ordinances. While the so-called "wild" are those who still roam the forests and have no fixed abode, are not familiar with farming systems, as well as communication with the outside world at all is still closed.
Tribes in Edinburgh generally live in rural areas with a clustered pattern. Those who live sedentary incorporated in some array (collection of home and yard length). Each village is led by a village head (Rio), assisted by the lap, cymbals, and the elders tengganai (village council). These were the ones in charge of taking decisions relating to the interests of rural community life.
Social strata of society in Edinburgh does not have a clear conception of the coating system in society. Therefore rarely never even heard these terms or titles to refer to certain social strata in society. They only know the titles of "fuzzy" to indicate the status of a person, like smart people, rich people, villagers, etc..
Clothing Initially rural communities to know the daily wear of the fabric and a sleeveless shirt. But after undergoing a process of acculturation to different cultures, everyday clothing that women wear a baju kurung and scarf wrapped around his head as a head covering. While the men wore pants that ballooned half segment on the calf and are generally black, so it can move freely in performing their daily work. Clothing for men is equipped with a cap.
Art in Jambi Province, among others the famous Batanghari, Fan perentak, Rangguk, Foreword, braid eight, Unison Satang.
Ceremonies which are still preserved, among others, Human Life Circle Ceremony, Birth, Adulthood, Marriage, Berusik betel nut jokes, Sit bertuik, betanyo upright, tie made promises semayo, stretching between the transfer terimo pusako and Death