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HINILAWOD AT IBALON

LIT 001
• HINILAWOD
-is an epic poem orally transmitted from the
inhabitans of Sulod in Central Panay
-it is known as "Tales From The Mouth of The
Halawod River"
-it is accidentally discovered in 1955 by a filipino
anthropologist F. Landa Jocano
-it recounts the story of the three Sulodnon
Demigod Brothers: Labaw Donggon,
Humadapnon and Dumalapdap
Setting : Halawod

Kaptan
(King of the Gods)
Alunsina
Datu Paubari Maklium Sa-t'wan
("Launsina",
(Ruler of Halawod) (God of the Plains)
The Unmarried One)

Suklang Malayon Labaw Donggon,


(Goddess and Guardian Humadapnon Bungo't-Banwa (Priest)
of happy Homes) and Dumalapdap
The Adventures of
Labaw Donggon

Angoy Ginbintinan
Labaw Donggon (Handug)

Abyang Durunuun Sumpoy


Manalintad (Lord of the Underworld)
(Tarambang Burok)

Malitong Yawa
Saragnayan
Sikay Padalogdog Sinagmaling Diwata
(Lord of Darkness)
(Gadlum)
Angoy Ginbintinan Abyang Durunuun
(Aso Mangga) (Abyang Baranugon)

Saragnayan
Abyang Baranugon
(Lord of Darkness)
The Adventures of
Humadapnon

Buyong Matanayon Tarambang Buriraw


Humadapnon
(Swordmanship)

Piganun Datu Umbaw Pinaumbaw


Buyong Matanayon
(Sorceress) (Piniling Tubig)
(Ginger)
Burigadang Pada
Huge Boulder Sinaklang Bulawan
Datu's Daughter
(Magic Cape) (Goddess of Greed)

Buyong Makabagting
The Adventures of
Dumalapdap

Burut-Lakan Ka Adlaw
Dumalapdap

Lubay Lubyok Hanginun Dumasig


Si Mahuyokhuyokan (Powerful Wrestler)

Balanakon
Uyutang
(Two-Headed Monster)
(Batlike Monster)
(Tarambuan-ka-Banwa)
Buglas (Negros) Panay

Labaw Donggon (North)


Hunadapnon (South)
Dumalapdap (West)
Datu Paubari (East)
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