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Royal Titles

  • Titles of Nobility (Relatives)

    In Serdang Sultanate, there are various kinds of greeting and calling which consists of diverse words, which in this case including royal title, customary title (inheritance), and the pronoun itself. This classification is based on the preferences in society. The greeting words of royal titles, custom titles, and the pronoun itself is the preference used to summon someone who has a role in some agency, or its background related to the way of communication in society. Titles of nobility for relatives of Serdang Sultanate have evolved over time, along with climate change of politic and government. Royal titles and addresses used on the Sultanate are as follows: King, who rules holds the title of Sultan to address Duli Yang Maha Mulia (D.Y.M.M). Chief Minister, holds the title of Prime Minister to address Yang Teramat Mulia (Y.T.M). The financial responsibility of Sultanate, holds the title of Sultanate Treasury to ... Read more »

  • Titles of Nobility (Non-Relatives)

    Serdang Sultanate awards Nobility to people outside Royal family (Non-relatives) who are considered meritorious and expedient to Serdang Sultanate in particular and Malay culture in general. One of the cultural figures who obtained Nobility from Serdang Sultanate was Mahyudin Al Mudra, SH, MM, (Stakeholder of Center for Research and Development of Malay Culture as well as Chairman of www.MelayuOnline.com), who received a primary degree of Serdang Sultanate: “Datuk Cendekia Hikmatullah”. This Title of Nobility was appreciation of Sultanate to the hard work of Mahyudin Al Mudra in preserving and developing the Malay culture, through on the largest and most complete Malay database, www.MelayuOnline.com and www.rajaalihaji.com. Minister of Health of the Republic of Indonesia, DR. Dr. Siti Fadilah Supari, has also received the Title of Nobility from Serdang Sultanate as “Datuk Sri Utama Sejahtera ... Read more »