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Kelantan is home to some of the most ancient archaeological discoveries in Malaysia, including several prehistoric aboriginal settlements.Due to Kelantan's relative isolation and largely rural lifestyle, Kelantanese culture differs somewhat from Malay culture in the rest of the peninsula; this is reflected in the cuisine, arts and the unique Kelantanese Malay language, which is unintelligible even for some speakers of standard Malay.
The honorific of the state is Darul Naim (Jawi: دار النعيم, "The Blissful Abode").the Malay word for the cajuput, or swamp tea tree (Melaleuca leucadendron).Other theories claim that the name comes from the Malay word kilatan, 'shiny/glittery' or kolam tanah, 'clay pool'.Mommy Tapes is craziest family Femdom sex tube on the net that involve thousands and thousands of incredible daddy sex movies that feature the most sizzling hot mom and dad hardcore action that you will ever get your hands on.You will really love the explicit streaming that cater for the individual needs of all viewers, as all of the most popular old n young porn categories are covered in complete depth.The enthronement of Tengku Muhammad by Terengganu was opposed by Long Yunus' sons, thus triggering a war against Terengganu by Long Muhammad, the eldest son of Long Yunus.
The pro-Terengganu faction was defeated in 1800 and Long Muhammad ruled Kelantan with the new title of Sultan as Sultan Muhammad I.
Kelantan was called Kalantan (Thai: ) by the Siamese when it was under their influence.
Another occasionally quoted suggestion is that 'Kelantan' derived originally from the Indian 'Kolaan Thana' or 'Kolaam Thana', which meant 'Land of Kolaan' or 'Land of Kolaam', the term 'kolaan' or 'kolaam' referring to the floor paintings/diagrams in the numerous Hindu temples which dotted the land in the very ancient days.
On 16 September 1963, Kelantan became one of the states of Malaysia.
Rising high on the slopes of Gunung Korbu, the second highest peak in Peninsular Malaysia, the Nengiri River flows east to merge first with the Galas, and then with the Lebir — the latter born in the wilds of Taman Negara National Park — before turning decisively northwards and emptying into the shallow waters of the South China Sea.
By the early 17th century, most of these Kelantan chiefs became subject to Patani.