Minggu, 20 Juli 2014

3 Most Known Goddess In Indonesia

In your opinion, who is most well known goddess in Indonesia? The answer may be Dewi Persik. However, this article does not address the most controversial goddess, but the goddess is known for its positive image. So, Dewi Persik is a less precise answer. So, who is best known goddess in Indonesia because of the positive image?
Before mentioning goddesses in question, it would be nice if we know the definition of goddess. Literally, it means goddess (1) a female deity; (2) women who are beautiful; and (3) heart of hearts. Based on its meaning, the goddess would have to have a positive impression and influence, not vice versa.
Therefore, the goddess who is only mentioned in the article that has a positive image. Third goddess in question has a different position and profession. The first goddess is a god, goddess second hero, the last goddess is an artist and writer.
The following is a translation of the third goddess in question. 1. Dewi Sri
Dewi Sri, or Dewi Shri (Javanese) and Nyai Pohaci Trance Asri (Sundanese), is the goddess of agriculture, the goddess of rice and rice fields, as well as the goddess of fertility, on the island of Java and Bali. Worship of the Goddess Sri and breeding has been going on since the time before Hinduism and Islam in Java before. Attributes and Legend of Dewi Sri
Believed to be the goddess Dewi Sri rulers in the underground world and moon. Dewi Sri role as Mother Goddess, namely as protector of fertility and life. Dewi Sri was believed to be able to control all the food that is in the earth, especially rice.
Therefore, Dewi Sri acts as a regulator of life, wealth, and prosperity. When the harvest is plentiful, meaning Dewi Sri was giving a blessing. Dewi Sri has been honored since the time of ancient kingdoms in Java, such as Padjadjaran and Majapahit.
In addition to controlling prosperity, Dewi Sri is believed to be the controlling poverty, famine, disease, affecting up to death. Dewi Sri is a symbol for the rice so that it is considered as the mother of life. He was often linked with paddy rice plants and snakes. The depiction of goddess Sri
Dewi Sri is always portrayed as a young girl who is very beautiful, slender, but plump and contained. In the visible, Dewi Sri has the natural beauty of a woman archipelago. Dewi Sri is described as a woman at the peak age of beauty, femininity, and fertility.
In Java the valuable culture, depicted as goddess Dewi Sri and daughters of nobles in the puppet world. His face was white, thin-edged stare down, and the face looked calm and graceful. Beauty Dewi Sri Dewi Sinta is almost similar to the Ramayana story.
Sedhana, pair Dewi Sri, was illustrated with a handsome face like Rama. Besides depicted as Goddess Sita and Rama, Goddess Sri and described as the pair statue Sedhana Loroblonyo which means 'two pedestal or base'. Respect for Dewi Sri ritual
Dewi Sri, a person who was honored by the Javanese, Sundanese, and Balinese. Glorification of the Goddess Sri persists to this day even though the majority of the Indonesian population has embraced Islam. However, the tradition of respect for the Goddess Sri remain preserved along with the implementation of religious teachings.
Many palaces in Indonesia who still cultivate the tradition of breeding Dewi Sri, among which Cirebon Kraton, Yogyakarta, Surakarta, and Ubud. One example of salvation or harvest thanksgiving ceremony at the same time to Dewi Sri breeding that took place on the island of Java is sekaten and Grebeg Mulud (held in conjunction with the birthday of the Prophet Muhammad). 2 Goddess Sartika
Who does not know the Goddess Sartika? Ya. Dewi Sartika education is a hero who was born in the City of Flowers, London, on December 4, 1884 Dewi Sartika died on 11 September 1947 in Tasikmalaya.
Sartika goddess known as the pioneering figure of education for women. Because services are so great, Dewi Sartika recognized as one of the national heroes that the Indonesian authorities in 1966.
Sartika goddess born to Sundanese artist (singer), Nyi Raden Raden Rajapermas and Somanagara. Dewi Sartika parents remained firm to send their daughters to this though when it is deemed in violation of customary. Moreover, Goddess Sartika attended Dutch schools.
After his father died, Dewi Sartika cared for by his uncle who served as vizier in Cicalengka. From this uncle, Dewi Sartika kesundaan education. In addition to education kesundaan, Goddess of Western culture sartika insight he gained from a lady of Dutch Resident Assistant. Educators talent Goddess Sartika
Talents as an educator and persistence to achieve progress had been shown Goddess Sartika since he was a child. While playing around in the back of the building kepatihan, he often demonstrated in school practices, such as teaching literacy. He also taught the Dutch language to children in kepatihan maid.
At that time, Goddess Sartika about 10 years old. However, he has managed to electrify Cicalengka because many children kepatihan maid who can read, write, and even speak a few words in Dutch.
The ability of the children, of course, a very shocking because it was not a lot of kids, especially the commoners, who can speak Dutch. Moreover, taught by a daughter. Moving Sartika Teen Goddess
When a teenager, Goddard Sartika decided to return to her hometown. He was eventually returned to his mother's arms in Bandung. The age of the adolescent continues to push his soul to establish a school. However, his wish was not easily realized although strongly supported by his uncle, the Regent Martanagara.
These obstacles are related to the custom at that time women were very restrictive. Although it is not easy, persistence and desire Goddess Sartika managed to convince his uncle that he was allowed to establish a girls' school. Dewi Sartika - Pioneers of Women Education
Since 1902, the Goddess Sartika has started his education reserved for women. First of all, he taught members of his family in a small room behind his mother's house. When it is taught to read, write, cook, crochet, sewing, and other skills.
After consulting with his uncle, the Regent Martanagara, Goddess wife Sartika officially opened Sakola (School Women's) first se-Dutch East Indies on January 16, 1904 At that time, Goddess Sartika assisted by two teachers who incidentally was his brother, namely Mrs. Poerwa and Nyi. Oewid.
In the first batch, Sakola wife has only 20 students. Classrooms are used indoor pavilion Bandung regency. In 1905, Wife Sakola add a new class to eventually transferred to Ciguriang Road, Cau Kebun.
Dewi Sartika willing to sacrifice anything for the sake of advancing education for women to compete with men. In fact, he was willing to use his own wealth to improve school buildings and the purchase of equipment in the classroom.
Persistence Goddess Sartika has been able to inspire so many people in 1912 had stood nine Sakola wife in district towns. Dewi Sartika continue to develop the school for the betterment of women. For his services, the Dutch East Indies government bestowed decorations. 3. Dewi Lestari
Dewi Lestari or more familiarly called Dee was born in London on January 20, 1976, Dewi Lestari is a graduate of the University of Parahyangan majoring in International Relations.
Dewi Lestari Simangungsong, full name, is better known as a singer who had joined the vocal group RSD (Regine Velasquez). After publishing his first novel, Supernova (2001), he became known as a writer to be reckoned with. Dewi Lestari Singing Career
Dee, greeting familiar, the music world has known since childhood. Prior to joining the RSD vocal group, Dee singing career began with a backing vocalist Iwa K., Java Jive, and Tim Christensen. In May 1994, Dee finally joined Rida Farida and Beautiful Sita Nursanti RSD forming a vocal group that was initiated by Adi Adrian and Ajie Soetama.
Together RSD, Dee successfully spawned five albums with their debut album titled Between Us (1995). In 2006, Dee, without the name of RSD, spawn English-language album titled Out of the Shell and in 2008 released the album Angels Also Know Rectoverso into a single pledge very Rectoverso hits from this album. Dewi Lestari Writing Career
Actually, Dewi Lestari has often spawned much writing before issuing Supernova writing has been published in several media. One of the media which published writings Dewi Lestari is an art bulletin published by London, Window Newsletters Toothbrush is the title of a short story that was published Dee this bulletin.
In 1993, Dewi Lestari became the first champion in the writing competition held by the magazine Girl Three years later, serialize works Dewi Lestari, the Coro Rico, published in the magazine Mode In fact, a talent for writing Dee has been seen since he was in high school with produce 15 essays for school bulletin.
Of the several posts he ever coral, Supernova One is the most sensational work to successfully sell 12,000 copies within 35 days. Supernova ever be one Katulistiwa Literary Award nominees (KLA) held by QB World Books.
Following the success of the Supernova One, Two Supernova Dee launched on 16 October 2002, however, this second novel had been controversial because it is considered insulting Hindus. Controversy obtained at second novel does not stop working instinct Dewi Lestari. This is evidenced by the launch of Supernova Lightning episodes in January 2005.
After vacuum almost 3 years, Dee finally released his fourth novel, Rectoverso, which is a blend of fiction and music. In 2009, Dewi Lestari re-publish the novel Paper Boats

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