An unspoken prohibition

An unspoken prohibition

An unwritten prohibition can actually make someone reckless. Written rules will make many people follow them. It’s no wonder that people often don’t know the rules. This often happens at one of Sheikh Burhanuddin’s funerals. Many people around know that Sheikh Burhanuddin is an Islamic broadcaster. There are several stories that you can learn and know about Sheikh Burhanuddin.

Syekh Burhanuddin was born in one thousand one hundred eleven AD born in Mecca. He died in the year thousand one hundred and ninety-one AD in Riau. There are some people who say that Sheikh Burhanuddin’s activities are a religious broadcaster in the Batu Hamper area or in the province of West Sumatra.


Aeroclubeplanalto – Many don’t know that Sheikh Burhanuddin before living in Riau often made several long trips. Frequently moving places of residence. Until finally the Syekh decided to settle down and live in Kuntu Riau. He spent his time studying and broadcasting the Islamic religion.

Syekh Burhanuddin apparently lived in Kuntu for almost twenty years he lived alone. Syekh Burhanuddin breathed his last in the village of Kuntu. Buried on the banks of the Sebayang River. A religious announcer who managed to amaze everyone and always came for pilgrimage.

Family funeral

many came to pray//pilgrimage

It’s no wonder that every year on holidays there will be lots of people making pilgrimages to Sheikh Burhanuddin’s funeral. When you visit on a pilgrimage you will find some graves of other people. Do you know the tombs that you found are not the tombs of ordinary people? But a direct descendant of Sheikh Burhanuddin who is also buried there.

Many people who make pilgrimages do not know that Sheikh Burhanuddin’s funeral has an unwritten rule. Rules that will not be suspected by many people.

An unwritten prohibition is:

Do not pick up stones at the cemetery
Those who take it must return the same number of stones
It is not allowed to use stones in the flea village area
Pick up a stone in another village or another town to return it.

If the person who took it does not return the stone, it will be bad luck. Hearing these words, of course, the villagers of Kuntu who believed did not dare to violate them.