Ramayana Ballet at Prambanan Temple

There is at least one short story hidden here, if not an entire novel.

Safira's Journey

Last month, I got pictures of Ramayana Ballet Dance Performance at Prambanan Temple. My friend is working in the TWC (Taman Wisata Candi) management. So, I am sorry that I didn’t put any watermark on the pictures but I’ve told you that these are pictures from the TWC photographers that my friend who works in TWC gave them to me. I am interested in writing this because I want to show you the other arts and Hindu history in Indonesia. Please enjoy the story and photo of my friends who did the ballet dancing.

1(1) The hermit

A story of Ramayana is adapted from Indian folks which become Indonesian famous legend and it is performed in a ballet dance. The characters of Javanese dance which is always moving gently along with the Javanese rhythm in attractive costumes and also the stunning Prambanan Temple as the background of the performance makes this…

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