Keris Hanoman Pudhak Sategal Luk 5

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In ancient Javanese literature Hanoman is often mentioned as 'Pandawa Anoman', or simply 'Anoman'. In this context, however, Hanoman (Sanskrit: Hanuman) is a dapur featuring five luks. This type of dapur can be easily recognized by its tall sogokan. Hanuman, the 'White Monkey', is the son of Kesari and Añjanā. When the apsarāḥ ('celestial nymph') Añjanā ...

Keris Panji Anom with Twofold (Dwiwarna) Pamor Pattern

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The dapur 'Panji Anom', also known as 'Panji Nom', 'Panji Anem', or 'Panjinem', is a common characteristic for a straight-bladed keris ('lurus'). The pamor Untu Walang looks fairly similar to (pamor) Tepen, or Wengkon. The difference, however, is that pamor Wengkon usually features a straight line near the edges of the blade, whereas the line ...

Keris Singå Barong Luk 5 with Pamor Uler Lulut for Cummulative Wealth & Prosperity + Protection against Black Magic

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The dapur Singå Barong represents the mythical creature of a male lion (Sanskrit: siṃha) which is believed to be very powerful indeed. Hence, a keris with this dapur is meant to induce upon the owner's character the bold nature of a siṃha, which is full of power and courage. Moreover, a keris with 5 luks ...

Tafsir Keris – Kris: an Interpretation

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Title: Tafsir Keris - Kris: an Interpretation Author: Toni Junus, Buntje Harbunangin Published: Jakarta, October 2012 Language: Bahasa Indonesia and English 'Tafsir Keris - Kris: an Interpretation' is Toni Junus' new book, which was published on the 24th of October 2012 at the Keris Kamardikan Exhibition in the National Museum in Jakarta. Indeed, the scientific approach in the field ...