A Javanese Princess of Mangkunegaran Dynasty circa 1938, Surakarta, Java Island

A Javanese Princess of Mangkunegaran Dynasty circa Surakarta, Java Island

فتيات يقمن بتعبئة جرار الماء من نبع رام الله، فلسطين ١٩٠٠  Girls filling their jars from spring Ramallah, Palestine 1900  Chicas llenando jarras de fuente Ramallah, Palestina 1900

فتيات يقمن بتعبئة جرار الماء من نبع رام الله، فلسطين ١٩٠٠ Girls filling their jars from spring Ramallah, Palestine 1900 Chicas llenando jarras de fuente Ramallah, Palestina 1900

Indonesia ~ Java, Surakarta ~ wife from Pakoe Boewana IX ~ 1867

I don't know who she is, but she is one of PakuBuwono Wife or doughter

Devi Dja, 1940  The Pavlova of the Orient from Devi Dja’s Bali & Javanese Cultural Dancers book

Devi Dja “The Pavlova of the Orient” From “Devi Dja’s Bali & Javanese Cultural Dancers” Souvenir Book, Nicolas Editions Artistiques, Paris,

Bedoyo Semang dance, Yogyakarta Palace, Java, Indonesia 1860

Bedoyo Semang dance, Yogyakarta Palace, Java, Indonesia 1860

COLLECTIE TROPENMUSEUM Aru Pancana We Tenriolle koningin van Tanette

Aru Pancana We Tenriolle, Queen of Tanette, South Sulawesi. Pictured accompanied by court ladies.

Prajurit Keraton Surakarta - Kirab Agung Sewindu Tingalan Jumenengan Dalem SISKS PB XIII.Traditional parade in Surakarta to commemorate 8 years of the coronoation of the king, Sinuhun Pakubuwono XIII of Surakarta

Traditional parade in Surakarta to commemorate 8 years of the coronoation of the king, Sinuhun Pakubuwono XIII of Surakarta

Keris Pusaka Kraton  Since nineteenth century to the era of Islamic kingdom in Java, the existence of creese keeps continous. Even recently, the way of making creese with its technics can still be seen in some places. The technics are hit and fold that become the special characteristic for creese.  In this technic, iron and pamor are united and being hit into a piece then being hit again and again

Keris Pusaka Kraton Since nineteenth century to the era of Islamic kingdom in Java, the existence of creese keeps continous. Even recently, the way of making creese with its technics can still be seen in some places. The technics are hit and fold that become the special characteristic for creese. In this technic, iron and pamor are united and being hit into a piece then being hit again and again

Bedoyo Semang Dance, at 1860, Keraton Yogyakarta

Bedoyo Semang at 1860

Bedoyo Semang Dance, at Keraton Yogyakarta

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