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Yokyakarta, Festival Malioboro

Yokyakarta, Festival Malioboro

Written by on August 27, 2012 in Java Festivals with 0 Comments

Yokyakarta, Festival Malioboro Malioboro Festival was held back for a second time by the Department Tourism of Jogja. For this year, lasted for two days only, started from July 31 until August 1, 2010. As the name of this festival is centered around Malioboro. Malioboro Festival is a cultural festival in which involved a variety […]

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Yokyakarta, Java Dance show

Yokyakarta, Java Dance show

Written by on July 28, 2012 in Java Festivals with 0 Comments

Yokyakarta, Java Dance show Dance You can even see the court influences in the art forms. The dances of the courts of Java are usually slow and graceful, with no excessive gestures. The people followed these kind of approach, and as a result, slow-paced and graceful movements can even be found in folk dances throughout […]

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Yokyakarta, warrior dance

Yokyakarta, warrior dance

Written by on July 28, 2012 in Java Festivals with 0 Comments

Yokyakarta, warrior dance Wirabraja name comes from the word hero means “brave” and braja means ‘sharp’, both words originated from Sanskrit. Wirabraja philosophically meaningful a very brave soldier in the fight against the enemy and five senses sharp and sensitive. In every situation he will always be sensitive. In defending the truth he would never […]

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Yokyakarta, Bedhaya sapta

Yokyakarta, Bedhaya sapta

Written by on July 28, 2012 in Java Festivals with 0 Comments

Yokyakarta, Bedhaya sapta “Bedhaya Sapta” means Seven Bedhaya was the sacred classical dance of Yogyakarta, created by Sultan Hemengkubuwana IX, The 9th King of Kasultanan Yogyakarta. The story behind this dance was taken from Sultan Agung era (the Mataram King, former kingdom of Yogyakarta). Told about the journey of two Mataram prince to Sunda, West […]

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Yokyakarta, Ramayana Epic

Yokyakarta, Ramayana Epic

Written by on July 28, 2012 in Java Festivals with 0 Comments

Yokyakarta, Ramayana Epic The Ramayana (Sanskrit: रामायण, Rāmāyaṇa, IPA: [rɑːˈmɑːjəɳə] ?) is an ancient Sanskrit epic. It is ascribed to the Hindu sage Valmiki and forms an important part of the Hindu canon (smṛti), considered to be itihāsa. The Ramayana is one of the two great epics of India, the other being the Mahabharata. It […]

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Yokyakarta, Ullen Sentalu museum

Yokyakarta, Ullen Sentalu museum

Written by on July 18, 2012 in Yogyakarta Museums with 0 Comments

Yokyakarta, Ullen Sentalu museum Poem, batik, clothes and paintings of the ladies of Yogyakarta Kingdom, Surakarta, Mangkunegaran and Pakualaman, are all presented beautifully in Ullen Sentalu museum. A museum seemingly becomes the reflection of the kingdom ladies’ beauty.

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Yokyakarta, Tugu Jogja Landmark

Yokyakarta, Tugu Jogja Landmark

Written by on July 18, 2012 in Yogyakarta Museums with 0 Comments

Yokyakarta, Tugu Jogja Landmark Tugu Jogja or the Jogja Monument becomes the landmark that is closely linked to Yogyakarta. There is a tradition to hug and kiss this monument after finishing the study in a university.

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Yokyakarta, Sonobudoyo Museum

Yokyakarta, Sonobudoyo Museum

Written by on July 18, 2012 in Yogyakarta Museums with 0 Comments

Yokyakarta, Sonobudoyo Museum Visiting Sonobudoyo Museum is an alternative to see keris and other related items to it from all parts of Indonesia. The museum that keeps around 1,200 keris (most of them were donated by Java Institute) will satisfy your curiosity about keris since the Kingdom of Yogkarta that keeps sacred keris does not […]

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