At the centre of this whirlpool, there is an enormous tree known as the Pokok Pauh Janggi. ‘Pauh’ is the Malay name for the mango and it is likely that the fabled 'Pokok Pauh Janggi' is a mango tree and not a coco de mer palm as contemporary nomenclature in the region would suggest. The name janggi probably derives from the Toroja word.
The performance for this event arises from the myth of the ‘navel of the seas’ or the Pusat Tasik Pauh Janggi. It is held in Malay folklore that somewhere in the proximity of the island of Borneo, or alternatively, somewhere off the mouth of the Perak river, there is a massive whirlpool that swirls down to the depths, draining the waters.
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