Continued from Makam (Tomb of) Long Yunus.
Adapun zaman Long Yunus memerintah Kelantan iaitu 1763-1795 adalah pada abad ke 18 Masihi. Difahamkan selama 5 tahun selepas itu negeri ini pernah diperintah seorang kerabat diraja Terengganu.
As it is the period when Long Yunus ruled Kelantan that is 1763-1795 is in the 18th century AD. It is understood that for 5 years after that the state was ruled by a member of the Terengganu royalty.
Entering the year 1800 only a son of Long Yunus ascended the throne as Sultan Muhammad I, written as the second Sultan of modern Kelantan. This is his tomb.
Kembali ke bangunan utama di kawasan pemakaman diraja Langgar, Kota Bahru.
Returning to the main building at the royal mausoleum of Langgar, Kota Bahru.
Di satu bahagian terdapat 3 makam ini.
At one section there exist these 3 tombs.
This one is the tomb of the following Sultan of Kelantan, Sultan Muhammad II (ruled 1835-1866), the ruler also known as Long Senik Mulut Merah (the red-mouthed Long Senik). Still there are those who say he ascended the throne in 1837. The was another person ruling before him...
If I'm not mistaken this one besides is the tomb of his wife.
Further besides is the tomb of Long Tan Temenggung Aria Pahlawan, father to Sultan Muhammad II. His majesty is a younger brother of Sultan Muhammad I. Just like at the tomb of their father Long Yunus, the tombstones are almost similar to that besides the tomb of Chik Siti. Look at Makam (Tomb of) Chik Siti Wan Kembang?.
Next could be seen the tomb of Raja Bendahara (something like the royal prime minister) Long Jenal who is said to have been the acting ruler of Kelantan after the passing away of his elder brother Sultan Muhammad I, 1835. He is said to have ruled until 1837, that is before his nephew ascended the throne.
Selepas Sultan Muhammad II mangkat 1886 naik pula anakandanya Long Sulong sebagai Sultan Ahmad. Di kanan adalah makam baginda, di kiri isterinya...
After Sultan Muhammad II passed away 1886 came up in turn his son Long Sulong as (bearing the ruling name) Sultan Ahmad. On the right is his tomb, on the left his wife's.
Next is the tomb of Long Kundur (right), son of Sultan Ahmad who ascended the throne as Sultan Muhammad III, 1889. Still his majesty passed away 1890 and thus was replaced by this younger brother Sultan Mansur who ruled until 1900 (his tomb is to the lef). The tomb of Sultan Ahmad's closest family are similar to a number of tombs at Banggol. Look at the article Makam-makam cantik di Banggol (Beautiful tombs in Banggol) made 20 days ago.
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