Yogyakarta, Central Java, Indonesia Dance mask of Bhuta Cakil, late century wood.
Topeng Pajegan Sidha Karya “The One Who Can do the Deed” mask Materials: Painted wood, hair Location: Bali
Wayang is an ancient Javanese word meaning “shadow” or “ghost.” It is also the name for the traditional sacred dramas of Java and Bali. There are seven main forms of wayang, but wayang kulit, or shadow-puppet theater,
Javanese dancer, Paris Expo, 1889
photos of Javanese Woman
Indonesian Batik Motif - Nitik or Weaving Motif
Sundanese princess and her attendants, West Java.
Raden Mas Toemenggoeng Tjondronegoro (ook Poerwolelono genaamd), regent van Koedoes, met een boek in de hand op dertigjarige leeftijd
The Engagement Photos
Pakualam VIII of Indonesia : the old photograph
Five Product design students from Bandung Institute, Indonesia joined up to create the Palapa Jewellery.
How to write " Yen ing tawang ana lintang " ( when there are stars in the sky ) in Javanese Aksara Hanacaraka