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Back Book Title Tun Kudu : Wirawati Melaka = Melaka's Heroic Queen

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Tun Kudu : Wirawati Melaka = Melaka's Heroic Queen
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- Mohd Jamil Mukmin
- Malaysia
- Institut Kajian Sejarah dan Pariotisme Malaysia = Malayan Institute of Historical and Patriotism Studies (IKSEP), Malaysia
- 9789832600473
- 50p. Includes Selected Bibliography
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1. Heroes – Melaka – Biography 2. Melaka – History Tun Kudu, Melaka’s Heroic Queen narrates Tun Kudu’s role in stabilising the politics of Melaka at the time and her success earned her the title of “Melaka’s Heroic Queen”. She was the princess of Tun Pepatih Serdang, Bendahara of Melaka who was also known as Sri Wak Raja. She had two younger brothers who became Bendahara Melaka too. They were Bendahara Paduka Raja Tun Perak and Bendahara Tun Perpatih Putih. During the rule of Melaka Kingdoms, it was a common practice for daughters of dignitaries to be married to rulers or dignitaries, and so Tun Kudu was married to Sultan Muzaffar Syah. Through this way, the relationship between the rulers and dignitaries became closer and the family became larger. In The Malay Annals, Tun Kudu was portrayed as a beautiful princess with a sweet and radiant face, well-mannered also brilliant even though she had a slight squint (juling air). As the daughter of a dignitary, Tun Kudu and her girl friends had learnt martial arts such as silat from her younger brothers, Tun Perak and Tun Perpatih Putih.

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