The history of Islamic ancient grave complex of Tralaya or Troloyo at Mojokerto is not commonly taught at school. This is unfortunate, because the history curriculum we only relied on the greatness of the king's wars, intrigue and power struggles to forget the ancient Islamic sites such as ancient grave named Troloyo or Tralaya in Mojokerto.
With a visit to the Islamic grave or tomb Troloyo Tralaya, can be felt and proved the existence of Muslim communities in the city of the kingdom of Majapahit. This evidence is supported by written sources of the Kidung Sunda which elaborates about Forces of Sundanese Kingdom who acompany the daughter of Sunda King's as bride to King Hayam Muruk. The Forces consisted of four envoys accompanied by 300 people retainer. This messenger entered the capital of Majapahit and headed south to the Great Mosque stood in Palawiyan, then walked back toward the East and South.The Great Mosque convince us that there was a Moslem community in Majapahit.
|Makam Syekh Jumadil Kubro dilihat dari pintu masuk Makam Islam Kuno, Troloyo|
The grave of Sheikh Jumadil Kubro from in front of the entrance