Ken Dedes was the first queen of Singhasari. She was later considered the origin of the lineage of kings that rule Java, the great mother of the Rajasa dynasty , the royal family that ruled Java from the Singhasari to the Majapahit era. Local tradition mentioned her as an embodiment of perfect beauty. Most of the record of her life comes from the account of Pararaton The Book of Kings , a mixed historical account including supernatural tales and stories. She was the daughter of a Buddhist monk, Mpu Purwa.
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Ken Arok -Ken Dedes (A drop of effort to sue for duping historical Fact)
Akun ini diblokir karena melanggar Syarat dan Ketentuan Kompasiana. Untuk informasi lebih lanjut Anda dapat menghubungi kami melalui fitur bantuan. The Bathara Rajasa Amurwabhumi, Ken Arok and Pranajwari Ken Dedes A drop of effort to sue for duping historical facts It is no exaggeration to say that all Indonesians who attend domestic schools at least first-class at first school after basic schoolar or equivalent have been taught the history of the kingdom that once existed and ruled in the archipelago which has a slightly wider area than present-day Indonesia. There is a Kutai kingdom in East Kalimantan, there is a Hindu Mataram kingdom, there is a Medang Kamulan which was established by Mpu Sendok, which is said to have been due to natural disasters in the form of a volcanic eruption so it was forced to migrate to the East Java area reportedly in my hometown, Jombang. There is another kingdom of Dhaha and Kadiri and of course about the Kingdom of Singasari which was founded by Ken Arok someone who had a sad life experience since the baby where he was, for some reason must be left alone in a grave by his biological mother. And again his father had died during ken Arok in the mother's womb. When left in the grave, Ken Arok's baby was found and cared for by someone who had some bad behavior so it was reported that the influence had poisoned a small ken arok like gambling.
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Ken Arok or Ken Angrok , Rajasa died c. He is considered the founder of the Rajasa dynasty of the Singhasari and Majapahit line of monarchs. His life was coloured with adventures, treacheries, and tragedies. According to the Pararaton , a semi-mythical literary work on the kings of Java, Ken Arok was born to a poor peasant family on the bank of the Brantas River in East Java. The infant Ken Arok was placed in the Brantas by his parents who hoped he would be found by a wealthier family and get a better life. However, the baby Ken Arok was found by a thief called Lembong.
National Library of Australia. Search the catalogue for collection items held by the National Library of Australia. Read more Komandoko, Gamal. Pararaton : legenda Ken Arok dan Ken Dedes.