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Horas is a typical greeting Batak

Horas is a typical greeting Batak

Horas is a typical greeting Batak | Indonesia is a country rich in traditions and culture, and are always high menjungjung customs and culture. Hence why tourists are always willing to come to our country. There are just want to enjoy the natural beauty of Indonesia, studying cultures that exist in our country, even willing to set up his residence and not a few there who are married and became a citizen of Indonesia for the love of our customs and culture.

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Of the 33 provinces that exists today, consists of various tribes, customs, culture and religion. One is a large province of North Sumatra. North Sumatra is always synonymous with Batak tribes, despite the fact that in it are not only the Batak tribe alone, there are Javanese, Chinese, Through, and Nias. Of the various tribes that have a particular greeting is always identical with the tribe.

Batak tribe, has a typical greeting is a very popular and even worldwide. That is the word "Horas".

Horas is a typical greeting Batak. The word "Horas" is the expression of joy and gratitude, and also the hope of salvation and the blessing of God Almighty. The word "Horas" met or spoken at the time when going to split up. "Horas" is also used as a greeting and closing in all Batak ceremony.

If someone say hello "Horas" to you, answer by saying "horas" as well. This will help create a friendly atmosphere and vibrant, because that is a very beautiful and meaningful. That is a lot of the Batak people name their son with the name "Horas".

You can get anything from a mild note above, if there are less please add in the comments. Horas... Horas... Horas...

That's typical greeting Batak people. Horas is a typical greeting Batak. Again HORAS ... HORAS ... HORAS.

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Last summer I travelled to Malaysia, Kualampour for a week
then by Aia Asia I went to Medan of Sumatra
Hanging around here and there
when I returned to Saudi Arabia I started to write
When I fineished my story I handed it over to a publish house
then in the market finished the first eddition through one month
I think the pepole was hungery to know any thing about Sumatra Utra.
and I gave them what they wished, hahahahahahaha.

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