MAHARLIKA. Well before the Spaniards came to Philippines shores, the Philippine archipelago comprising of 7,169 islands with a territory of 1,049,212
MAHARLIKA. Well before the Spaniards came to Philippines shores, the Philippine archipelago comprising of 7,169 islands with a territory of 1,049,212,962 nautical square miles, including Guam and Hawaii was known as Maharlika. It was populated by Malays and controlled by the Tagean Tallano factions from the ninth to the fifteenth century. At the point when the Spaniards began administering the Philippines archipelago, they renamed it Hacienda Filipina. Of the numerous realms in Asia, Maharlika was one of them under King Luisong Tagean Tallano, the dad of Raja Lapu-Lapu and Raja Soliman, the successors of King Marikudo of the Sri Vishayan Empire. Its vital items around then were peanuts (mani) sent out to Mexico and European nations and Herbal plants known as “Nilad” with some restorative characteristics which were traded to Mainland China. With the progression of time, the Chinese merchants changed the name Maharlika to Maynilad or Maynila.
As in days of yore, the rulers and their families own their realms and disseminate bits to their subjects, particularly to the individuals from the regal tribes. This is actually what befallen the Philippine archipelago, it was claimed by the Tagean Tallano groups.
THE SPANIARDS. At the point when the Spaniards came, full control of the islands stayed with the relatives of King Luisong, explicitly Raja Lapu-Lapu and his successors for Visayas and Mindanao and Raja Soliman and his successors for Luzon. Like vanquishers of various sorts, the Spaniards began getting lands and conveyed them to supported individuals from the overcoming gathering, from there on named Haciendas. On account of the land getting exercises of the Spanish conquistadores, the relatives of King Luisong brought these faulty exercises of the vanquishing multitudes of Spain to the consideration of the Spanish Queen prompting the putting aside of numerous illustrious land awards and the issuance of titulo possessorio to become titulo de compra grasping the entire Philippine archipelago for the Tallano families.
THE BRITISH. In 1762, the British Royal Armies came to Manila to vanquish the damaging Spanish armed forces. At long last, in 1764 the British prevailed upon the Spaniards. The British Royal Government at that point gave a Royal Decree, Protocol 01-4 dependent on the Laws of the West Indies, revising the property privileges of King Philip of Spain over the Philippines and conceding responsibility for Philippine archipelago to the Tagean Tallano groups. After the marking of the harmony accord between the imperial administrations of Spain and Britain, the Queen of Spain perceived the property rights over the Philippine archipelago dependent on the Maura Law.
THE TREATY OF PARIS. With the destruction of the Spanish Armada to the powers of the United States of America in the Battle of Manila Bay, Spain and America closed the finish of the War by marking the Treaty of Paris where the Philippines was sold for $20 Million U.S. Dollars. The triumphant bidder who paid the said sum in U.S. gold coins was DON ESTEBAN BENITEZ TALLANO, the forerunner in enthusiasm of PRINCE JULIAN MORDEN TALLANO. By temperance of the said installment, the Oficina de Cabildo perceived and insisted Royal Decree 01-4 Protocol and enrolled as TITULO DE COMPRA for PRINCE LACAN ACUNA ULRIJAL BOLKIAH (TAGEAN) TALLANO.
“Prior to the victory of the Philippines by the dictator Spaniards, who changed over this once Muslim nation to Christianity, there as of now existed a human progress which had an Oriental surface.”
“The rule of the illustrious group of the Philippines had begun as right off the bat in the thirteenth century, around 200 years yet before the Spanish went to our shores. The honorable family was going then by the late King Luisong Tagean wedded to Lamayan Bowan.”
EVIDENCES. “An additional proof that the archipelago was the property of the Royal Family was written in Sung and Ming administration between the year l368 to l644 AD by the Chinese Emperor Yung Lo. As an image for the regard and due acknowledgment of the Chinese Empire to the honorability of the King over his property possession and ruler ship of the archipelago, the Chinese Emperor gave him an endowment of silk material and a few tons of valuable metals like gold and gems as a token of tribute to the Noble King whose name, King Luisong Tagean, was adjusted in the naming of the biggest island in his respect, the island of Luzon. Remote merchants viewed him as the sole leader over the Archipelago; his proprietorship stayed as a noteworthy milestone; he never increased any obstruction or restriction of any sort from different clans of the occupants, which means they straightforwardly conceded that the immense place where there is the archipelago was claimed by the Tagean-Tallano Royal Clan, who found, reconstructed, celebrated and invigorated it for a great many years. The occupants of the islands of Visayas and Mindanao recognized his standard by paying a lot of their reap from the grounds they were working for and for benefit of the Royal Family.”
Sri Vijaya and Madjapahit realms cover a significant part of the current day Malaysia and Indonesia before the appearance of Europeans in Southeast Asia, the case that there was likewise a prevailing illustrious family in the Philippine archipelago around those occasions isn’t unrealistic. It’s simply intriguing this probably rich illustrious family didn’t leave any archeological follows (like structures, sanctuaries or tombs), very dissimilar to the next two realms that was referenced. In any case, it’s conceivable that we are yet to discover confirmations for such cases, when this is genuinely explored.