August 24th 1979  (Age 38)

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Borobudur Temple
Prambanan Temple
Ramayana Ballet
Indonesia Cultural
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Sogan Batik Rejodani an original Batik from yogyakarta. If you want to buy an original batik you can order via online in

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Sunday, December 30, 2007
Indonesia Folklore And Cultural

Central Java is really full with old traditions and its folklore. There are two old towns where more tourists from new countries care to see. They are Solo and Yogyakarta. There were kingdoms in these both towns. Even Yogyakarta until today is from these both towns, Javanese old usage originated and even good keeped and carried away until today. For example :

1. The home Javanese has particular home construction named Joglo. It is an important home with last roof commonly wooden home. The home consists of two airs. The first air commonly is available home without fence. It shows that the proprietor very welcome alien or client in their living.

2. Dresses Javanese conventional clothes is called Kain Kebaya for women ( we wil point you the show someday. if a woman wearing it she must do her hair traditionally also. It is specific costume but very fair. Men don Surjan and Kain. Many experienced women and hands even don these costume daily. Young still but don them in marriage company.

3. Javanese Ceremonies
Wedding Ceremonies

In a very big party with more or less 1000 or 1500 guest, a couple will get married and followed traditional ceremony. They wear Javanese costume. The first ceremony is Midodareni. Girl who will get married will be bathed by older woman with flowered water, witressed by her neighbours. The next ceremony is the wedding day. The couple has to follow many activities which are conducted by older people.

Birth Ceremonies
When a woman is pregnant for four months and seven months there will be a special offering given for her for the safety of the baby. When the baby is born there will be a Selamatan, a party to welcome him. When he is able to walk, there will be special party too.

Funeral Ceremonies
After someone dies there will be six or seven Selamatan / party for the death.
People pray to God for the safety of the dead so he can come to the paradise.


Wayang is a dark tool display. It is really common in Java / Indonesia. It is like a monolog of fun but played by a someone phoned Dalang. He will simulate tens of characters with other voices and process. A radical of folk will make sweet tool seed Gamelan. Gamelan can grow real lovely cultural oriental medicine. A radical of women will talk companying the display. They call older conventional call. The report told in the display is taken from Hindus report, Mahabarata or Ramayana.


Javanese mass are known with dances. We have some kinds of conventional dances. Some dances read big life, re-tell how combatant battle to have independence. Some dances shows passion and heart among weak being. Purworejo has extra conventional dances which then common in Indonesia. It is named Ndolalak. It shows combination between Dutch military costume and Javanese costume. It is danced by eight or 10 girls. The medicine is a physical report about touch are then common also. It is ever exciting to mouth about these report though we go in ICT era. The fable are good known and understood by young equally good as smaller children.

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Javanese people are famous with dance. We Have many kinds of traditional dance. Some dances show heroic spirit, re-tell how fighter struggle to get independence. Some dances show love and affection among human being. Purworejo has special traditional dances which so popular in Indonesia. It is called ndolalak.It shows Combination between Dutch military costume. It danced by eight or ten girls. the Music is an energetic story about ghost are so popular too. Its always interesting to talk about these story though we live in ICT era. The legend are well known and understood by youth as well as small. Purworejos Dance. Article from


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Saturday, December 29, 2007
Prambanan Temple

Prambanan, named after the settlement, is the biggest synagogue compound in Java. There are 224 temples in the complicated; three towering temples on the key patio rule the compound. Those are Brahma Temple in the North, Visnu Temple in the South and the biggest among the three which lies between Brahma and Visnu is iwa Temple which soars upward to 47 meters higher. These three old masterpieces of Hindu architecture are locally referred to as Prambanan Temple or Rorojonggrang Temple. One of its appeals is the riches of sculptured detail which is the almost renowned is on the inner fence of the balustrade, the fantastic Ramayana Epic. Prambanan attracts many admirers each year from overseas. Situated about 15 kilometer from Yogyakarta, the side of the principal shrine is available from a good length and raises higher above the scattered ruins of the onetime temples. Prambanan is the better seen soon after daybreak or in the later afternoon. However it is yet lovely at any moment.
HISTORY Ancient Java's greatest conglomerate, The Mataram, first appeared on the phase of story in 732 AD, the year Sanjaya, a Hindu honorable, established regional regulation over the rich plains between the Progo and Opak rivers. In 750 AD, the Buddhist Syailendra dynasty overthrew Sanjaya, whose household and followers were exiled to the highlands on the fringe of Mataram.
 A century subsequently, Rakai Pikatan, a descendent of King Sanjaya married into the Syailendras and rose to ability. With his ascendance came the rebirth of Hinduism and an original upsurge of the synagogue construction, almost notably the building of Prambanan's Roro Jonggrang complicated. Sanjaya Dynasty, a Hindu honorable, established regional regulation over the rich plains between the Progo and Opak rivers. The dynasty, in keeping with Hindu custom, establish him upward as a semi-divine connection between paradise and ground. To ensure this position for eternity, and to unify the populace in a big communal attempt, he and his successors embarked on a centuries-long plan of constructing spiritual monuments. The earliest Central Javanese Temples see from this period, including the foundations of the good Borobudur. Rakai Pikatan, a descendent of King Sanjaya, married to the Sailendras and rose to ability. With his ascendance came the rebirth of Hinduism and an original upsurge of synagogue construction, almost notably the building of Prambanan's Roro Jonggarng complicated. Rakai Pikatan began building of the temples in 856 AD to mark the yield to ability of Sanjaya Dynasty. However, the compound was abandoned the next century when the Mataram tribunal and most of the population moved to East Java, and the temples themselves collapsed during a temblor in the 16th century. Half-hearted excavations by the archaeologists in 1880s simply facilitated robbery. Proper renovation began simply in 1930 and continues today. In 1811, Collin Mackenzie, a surveyor in the service of Thomas Stamford Raffles during Britain's brief lived regulation over the Dutch East Indies, came upon these temples by opportunity. Although Raffles later commissioned a complete study of the ruins, they remained neglected for decades. Dutch residents carried away sculptures for garden ornaments while local villagers used basis stones for building textile. Proper renovation began simply in 1930 and continues today.


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Borobudur Temple


BOROBUDUR TEMPLE Borobudur is one the greatest Buddhist monuments in the reality. This prodigious souvenir of Borobudur Temple was built by Syailendra Dynasty between 750 and 842 AD; 300 years before Cambodia's Angkor Wat, 400 years before job had begun on the good European Cathedrals. Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles revealed Borobudur Temple in 1814. He establish the synagogue in destroy circumstance and ordered that the place be cleared of underbrush and exhaustively surveyed. The big renovation plan began from 1905 to 1910 led by Dr. Th. Van Erp. With the aid of UNESCO, the second renovation to save Borobudur was carried away in 1983. The whole altitude of Borobudur was 42 meters, but it is simply 34. 5 meters now (after renovation) and has the proportion of 123 x 123 meters. The construction has 10 floors or levels: Hhumtcambharabudara, the mountain of the accretion of merit in the ten stages of Bodhisatva. Borobudur is located 41 kilometer Northwest of Yogyakarta, 7 kilometer South of Magelang, Central Java.

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