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YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THIS PRESENTATION as PPSX HERE: https://ma-planete.com/pps/websiteview/catid_44/id_525850/title_Indonesia-Java6-Prambanan2/ SLIDESHARE LINK: https://www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda/indonesia-java6-prambanan2 Prambanan or Rara Jonggrang is a 9th-century Hindu temple compound in Special Region of Yogyakarta, Indonesia, dedicated to the Trimūrti, the expression of God as the Creator (Brahma), the Preserver (Vishnu) and the Transformer (Shiva). The temple compound is located approximately 17 kilometres northeast of the city of Yogyakarta. The temple compound, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the largest Hindu temple site in Indonesia and the second-largest in Southeast Asia

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Indonesia Prambanan Java 2

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Prambanan or Rara Jonggrang is a 9th-century Hindu temple compound in Special Region of Yogyakarta, Indonesia, dedicated to the Trimūrti, the expression of God as the Creator (Brahma), the Preserver (Vishnu) and the Transformer (Shiva). The temple compound is located approximately 17 kilometres northeast of the city of Yogyakarta

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The temple compound is characterized by its tall and pointed typical Hindu architecture, and by the towering 47-metre-high central building inside a large complex of individual temples

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The temple compound, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the largest Hindu temple site in Indonesia and the second-largest in Southeast Asia Shiva temple is the main temple of the Rara Jonggrang temple complex. It was built for the God of Shiva, known as the God of Gods who was adored by the ancient Javanese. The bas-reliefs along the four sides depict the legend of Ramayana

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Information Centre & Souvenir shop Ramayana Open Air Theatre Restaurant Archeological Museum Open Air Museum Lumbung Temple

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Shiva temple

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The dark volcanic stone structures, a marvel of ancient engineering

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The inner pad of the temple consist of four rooms containing the statues of Shiva, Ganesha, Agastya, Durga Mahisasuramardini as Rara Jonggrang, as wall as Nandiswara and Mahakala as the guardian statues. Ganesha is a child of Parwati and Shiva (it is said as a child of Parwati before getting married with Shiva). In the Hinduism ideology he is to believed as a god of wisdom, science, art, or god of danger avoiding. In other hand he is to believed as a god of vertility. In the sacrifice and religious ceremony his name is spoken for the first

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Shiva temple Internet image

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Ganesha

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Durga Mahicasuramardini as Rara Jonggrang statue remains enshrined in the north chamber of the central spire of Prambanan The king of Asura demons, Mahica, rules the heaven after defeating the army of gods. Led by Shiva and Vishnu, a number of gods concentrate their power; in their intense wrath they create a multi armed goddess Durga to fight against Mahica to regain the heaven. Gods lend their weapons and attributes to increase her power. The eight armed goddess in Roro Jonggrang temple holds pronged wheel (chakra), winged conch (cangkha) and club of Vishnu, sword (khadga) and shield (khetaka) of Kala, as well as bow (dhanus) and arrow of Vayu in her hands. The statue portraying the triumphant Durga slaying Mahica in the shape of a buffalo with a dwarf demon emerging from the buffalo corpse is known as Durga Mahicasuramardini. Popularly known as the statue of princess Roro Jonggrang, this statue occupies the northern cella of the main building in Roro Jonggrang temple complex

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The origin myth popular among the Javanese tells of the story of the Slender Virgin, Roro or Loro Jonggrang. The magician Bandung Bondowoso (who killed her father) wanted to marry the beautiful princess but she asked for an impossible task to be done by him if he wants to marry her: he must build a thousand temples overnight. She thought since the task is impossible, Bandung will surrender on her. Unfortunately for her, Bandung Bondowoso summons all mystical creatures to help him out for the task. Not wanting to marry the man who had killed her father, Loro Jonggrang conceived of a plan to trick the supernatural beings. She enlisted the help of her servants and ordered the women of the village to fill their stone mortars with dried rice stalks and pound the grains from their stems, a task performed daily at dawn. The princess then sent her servants out to the east to burn the dried paddies. The combination of noise and firelight prompted the confused roosters to crow. Alarmed, the spirits fled back to the underworld, thinking the sun was rising and leaving the final temple incomplete. Loro Jonggrang’s deceit angered Bondowoso, and he cursed her, uttering the words, “There’s only one temple left — let you be the one to complete it!” The princess was turned into a statue of the goddess Durga the Inaccessible, now known as the Slender Virgin. The statue remains enshrined in the north chamber of the central spire of Prambanan, presumably the 1,000th temple An Indonesia stamp commemorates the legend of Roro Jonggrang and the magician Bandung Bondowoso, who summoned demons to perform a seemingly impossible task

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Prambanan panel, lion niche flanked by two kalpataru trees

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Kalpataru tree

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The temple dedicated to the God of Vishnu which is known as the protector of the living creatures of the universe

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Makara of Candi Vishnu Mr. Budi

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Restaurant inside the Prambanan Compound

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Adenium obesum (Sabi star, impala lily or desert rose)

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Adenium obesum (Sabi star, kudu, mock azalea, impala lily, desert rose)

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Prambanan museum

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Prambanan museum laid out in a series of small houses connected by walkways

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Cananga odorata Prambanan museum

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Durga

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Wishnu and Laksmi

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Ganesha

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Eucalyptus globulus

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The standard Asian souvenir market at the exit of the compound 

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Tabebuia aurea (Trumpet Tree) Hibiscus tiliaceus (tree hibiscus) Internet image

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On 14 February 2014, major tourist attractions in Yogyakarta and Central Java, including Borobudur, Prambanan, and Ratu Boko, were closed to visitors (the park for five days, the temples for a month) after being severely affected by the volcanic ash from the eruption of Kelud volcano in East Java, located about 200 kilometers east of Yogyakarta. The Kelud volcano erupted on 13 February 2014 with explosions heard as far away as Yogyakarta. Four years earlier, Prambanan was spared from the 2010 Merapi volcanic ash and eruption since the wind and ashfall were directed westward and affected Borobudur instead

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