Emha Ainun Nadjib (Writer) Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Net Worth

is an Indonesian poet, essayist, and humanist. Born in Jombang, East Java, Nadjib began writing poetry while living in Yogyakarta, publishing his first collection in 1976. He became one of the city’s predominant poets by the late 1980s, and by then had also began writing essays. He is the leader of the Kiai Kanjeng group, which stages dramas and musical performances on religious themes.

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Emha Ainun Nadjib Wiki, Biography

Date of Birth 27 May 1953
Birth Day 27 May
Birth Years 1953
Age 69 years old
Birth Place Jombang Regency, East Java
Birth City Jombang Regency
Birth Country Indonesia
Nationality Indonesian
Famous As Writer
Also Known for Writer
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Occupation Writer

Also Known by the Full name Muhammad Ainun Nadjib, is a Good Writer. He was born on 27 May 1953, in Jombang Regency, East Java

.Jombang Regency is a beautiful and populous city located in Jombang Regency, East Java

Indonesia.

Early Life Story, Family Background and Education

Nadjib was born Muhammad Ainun Nadjib in Jombang, East Java, on 27 May 1953. The fourth of fifteen children, he began his education at the Pondok Modern Darussalam Gontor, a pesantren (Islamic boarding school) in Ponorogo. In his third year, Nadjib was expelled for leading a demonstration against school security. He later moved to Yogyakarta, where he studied at Muhammadiyah I Senior High School. He attended the economics program at Gadjah Mada University but did not graduate, leaving after one semester.

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Muhammad Ainun Nadjib Net Worth

Muhammad Ainun Nadjib has a net worth of $1.5 million (Estimated) which he earned from his occupation as Writer. Famously known as the Writer of Indonesia. He is seen as one of the most successful Writer of all times. Muhammad Ainun Nadjib Wealth & Primary Source of earning is being a successful Indonesian Writer.

Emha Ainun entered the career as Writer In his early life after completing his formal education..

Net Worth

Estimated Net Worth in 2022 $0.5 Million to $1.5 Million Approx
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Born on 27 May 1953, the Writer is Probably the most famous person on social media. Emha Ainun is a popular celebrity and social media influencer. With his huge number of social media followers, he frequently shares numerous individual media files for viewers to comment with his massive amount of support from followers across all major social media sites. Affectively interact with and touch his followers. You can scroll down for information about his Social media profiles.

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Life Story & Timeline

2017

Nadjib, who is commonly known by the nickname Cak Nun, lives in the Kadipiro subdistrict of Yogyakarta. He is married to the actress Novia Kolopaking. He has four sons: Sabrang, Hayya, Jembar, and Rampak. Sabrang, known by the stage name Noe, is the vocalist for the Indonesian band Letto, Jembar (Senior 2017-2018) and Rampak (Junior 2018-2019) is the Head of Cahaya Rancamaya Islamic Boarding School’s Student’s Council.

2012

Nadjib has frequently traveled through Indonesia to speak about Islamic values and spirituality, drawing thousands of people from a variety of faiths. In 2012 he was hosting five monthly discussions: Padhang Mbulan (in Jombang), Mocopat Syafaat (in Yogyakarta), Kenduri Cinta (in Jakarta), Gambang Syafaat (in Semarang), and Obor Ilahi (in Malang).

2007

Nadjib’s views on Islam are those of tolerance. He has condemned the 2007 Indonesian Ulema Council fatwa which forbade religious pluralism, as well as regional-level sharia laws. He has supported the rights of Ahmadis to practice in Indonesia, and promoted open discourse with extremist groups as a method for mitigating their impact.

2005

In 2005 Nadjib received The Muslim News’ Award of Islamic Excellence. In 2006 he was named Seputar Indonesia’s Person of the Year in the field of culture. In 2010 the Indonesian Ministry of Culture and Tourism gave him a Satyalencana Kebudayaan award.

2004

By 2004 Nadjib had published 25 poetry collections. This selected bibliography is based on the ones compiled by Rampan (2000, pp. 146–47) and Nadjib (2012, p. 236).

2001

Nadjib leads the Kiai Kanjeng group, which stages dramas and musical performances on themes of religious pluralism. It In 2001 the group, then known as Kiai Kanjeng Sepuh, released a recording of Islamic music and chants titled Bermusik kepada Allah, untuk Indonesia, Maiyah, Tanah Air. The group has toured throughout Indonesia, and internationally to such countries as Finland, Italy and Germany in 2006, and to the Netherlands in 2008. Nadjib considered the group a peacebuilder, as its international tours followed the 2005 Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy and controversy over Geert Wilders’s 2008 film Fitna, respectively.

1984

For two years, from 1984 to 1986, Nadjib lived in Amsterdam and the Hague, the Netherlands, where he spent two years helping with workshops on religion, culture and development. He later described the experience as a critical juncture in his life. Nadjib returned to Indonesia, and his 1988 drama, Lautan Jilbab (Sea of Headscarves), broke the Indonesian record for audience size; Aprinus Salam of Gadjah Mada University writes that this can be attributed to the general populace’s increased interest in religious materials. In 1991, Nadjib caused a stir when he left the Indonesian Association of Muslim Intellectuals, citing a difference in vision with the organization and a desire to be an “independent intellectual”. In 1998 Nadjib was one of the Muslim intellectuals who spoke with Soeharto before his resignation.

1973

Nadjib lived in Yogyakarta for several years, serving as editor of Masa Kini magazine between 1973 and 1976 . In 1976 he published his first poetry collection, “M” Frustrasi dan Sajak Sajak Cinta. His 1978 poetry collection Sajak-Sajak Sepanjang Jalan won Tifa Sastra magazine’s poetry-writing competition. He focused predominantly on his poetry during this period, studying from the Sufist poet Umbu Landu Paranggi, though he also established the Teater Dinasti theatre troupe. By the late 1980s, Nadjib, together with Iman Budhi Santosa, was considered one of the most senior poets of Yogyakarta. As his works, including his essays, sometimes satirized Suharto’s authoritarian regime, he eventually required a security entourage.

1953

Muhammad Ainun Nadjib (born 27 May 1953), best known as Emha Ainun Nadjib or Cak Nun, is an Indonesian poet, essayist, and humanist. Born in Jombang, East Java, Nadjib began writing poetry while living in Yogyakarta, publishing his first collection in 1976. He became one of the city’s predominant poets by the late 1980s, and by then had also began writing essays. He is the leader of the Kiai Kanjeng group, which stages dramas and musical performances on religious themes.

Nadjib was born Muhammad Ainun Nadjib in Jombang, East Java, on 27 May 1953. The fourth of fifteen children, he began his education at the Pondok Modern Darussalam Gontor, a pesantren (Islamic boarding school) in Ponorogo. In his third year, Nadjib was expelled for leading a demonstration against school security. He later moved to Yogyakarta, where he studied at Muhammadiyah I Senior High School. He attended the economics program at Gadjah Mada University but did not graduate, leaving after one semester.

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