This research discusses the cultural values found in Seren Taun ceremony held by the community in Pasir Eurih Village, Tamansari District, Bogor City, West Java. The Sundanese community who resides in Pasir Eurih Village has a tradition to hold Seren Taun ceremony which is very distinctive and still held until now. This Seren Taun or Sidekah Bumi ceremony has been done since the period of Padjadjaran kingdom. In the past, Seren Taun ceremony was held as a gratitude for the bountiful harvest. However, with the changing livelihood of the community that isnot limited to farming anymore, Seren Taun ceremony is now held in order to conserve the tradition of the people. Therefore, this research tries to identify whether the Seren Taun ceremony held in Sindang Barang Indigenous Village is adaptive towards new values that are developed in this modern time. This research is a qualitative research of which approaches accommodate the viewpoint that tradition experiences change. The data is gathered by interview and literature study. The result of this research shows that Seren Taun ceremony in Pasir Eurih Village is adaptive towards the development of modern people today.
- Seren Taun, Adaptive Value, Sundanese Culture, Cultural Values