Ngarengkong is a tradition of the Guradog farming community Ngarengkong or ngunjal pare is a tradition of indigenous peoples in the Village of Guradog Lebak, Banten. Namely the ritual of transporting rice from rice fields to be moved to a traditional rice barn called Leuit. Ngarengkong is an annual activity that is celebrated by the community together with community leaders and traditional leaders who have been carried on for generations. Rice produced from the ngarengkong ritual must not be traded, the rice is stored in traditional rice barns to reserve during famine or to be used when there are traditional events in the village of Guradog or used for people in distress. Form of social and cultural life that should be preserved. Ngarengkong is an expression of gratitude to God Almighty for what they have obtained, which is the annual rice harvest.

Rusdin Tahir

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