CETAKAN VOTIVE TABLET MASA SRIWIJAYA

Penulis

  • agustijanto indradjaja badan riset dan inovasi nasional

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54519/prj.v11i1.59

Kata Kunci:

cetakan votive tablet, Sriwijaya

Abstrak

Cetakan votive tablet adalah alat yang digunakan untuk membuat votive tablet biasanya terbuat dari perunggu atau timah yang bentuknya cukup kecil sehingga mudah dibawa-bawa. Cetakan votive tablet yang ditemukan di Palembang, Sumatra Selatan sejauh ini seluruhnya ditemukan oleh para penyelam di Sungai Musi dan tentunya sangat terkait dengan perkembangan agama Buddha di Kerajaan Sriwijaya sekitar abad ke-7/10 Masehi.  Permasalahan yang ingin diangkat adalah bagaimana aspek ikonografi pada cetakan votive tablet tersebut? Pengumpulan data melalui observasi, dokumentasi dan studi pustaka sedangkan análisis akan menggunakan análisis ikonografi. Hasil analisis ikonografi menunjukkan bahwa relief  Buddha/Boddhisattva pada cetakan votive tablet yang ditemukan di Palembang memiliki kemiripan dengan temuan votive tablet di India dan kawasan Asia Tenggara Daratan.  Hal ini tentu menarik untuk mengkaji perkembangan Buddha di Nusantara dan hubungannya dengan India dan Asia Tenggara dilihat dari sudut ikonografi pada cetakan votive tabletnya.

Kata kunci: cetakan votive tablet, ikonografi, Asia Tenggara, Sriwijaya, Hindu, Buddha

Abstract

The mould of votive tablet is a tool used to make votive tablets, it usually made of bronze or tin which is small enough, thus it is easy to carry around. The mould of votive tablet found in Palembang, South Sumatra so far was entirely found by divers in the Musi River and is certainly closely related to the development of Buddhism in the Sriwijaya Kingdom around the 7th-10th century AD. The problem to be raised is related to what is the iconographic aspect of the mould of votive table? The data collection is conducted through observation, documentation and literature study, while the data analysis applies iconographic analysis. The results of the iconographic analysis show that the Buddha/ Boddhisattva reliefs on the mould of votive tablet found in Palembang have similarities with the findings of votive tablets in India and the Mainland Southeast Asia region. It is certainly interesting to examine the development of Buddhism in the archipelago and its relationship with India and Southeast Asia from the iconographic point of view on the mould of votive tablet.

Keyword : mould of votive tablet, iconography, Southeast Asia, Sriwijaya, Hindu, Buddha

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09/27/2022

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indradjaja, agustijanto. (2022). CETAKAN VOTIVE TABLET MASA SRIWIJAYA . Prajnaparamita, 11(1), 11–21. https://doi.org/10.54519/prj.v11i1.59