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History of Mataram

R. Bondan Kejawen son of Brawijaya V Majapahit from the consort of origin Wandan. After the birth of R. Bondan Kejawen was thrown away and maintained by Masahar who later became the adoptive father. After adulthood devoted to the palace and nurtured by Ki Ageng Tarub and replaced his name become Lembu Peteng. Married to the daughter of Ki Ageng Tarub, Nawangsih who lowered two sons namely: Ki Getas Pendawa and a daughter who married Ki Ageng Ngerang.

Babad Meinsma, Ki Getas Pendawa have 7 children, the eldest son (Ki Ageng Sela) and 6 daughters (Nyi Ageng Pakis, Nyi Ageng Purna, Nyi Ageng Kare, Wanglu, Bokong, Adibaya).
The eldest son, Ki Ageng Sela, have 7 children. Ki Ageng Ngenis is the youngest son and 6 daughters namely: Nyi Ageng Lurung, Tengah, Saba, Bangsri, Jati, Patanen, Pakisdadu.

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Babad Meinsma, Ki Getas Pendawa have 7 children, the eldest son (Ki Ageng Sela) and 6 daughters (Nyi Ageng Pakis, Nyi Ageng Purna, Nyi Ageng Kare, Wanglu, Bokong, Adibaya).
The eldest son, Ki Ageng Sela, have 7 children. Ki Ageng Ngenis is the youngest son and 6 daughters namely: Nyi Ageng Lurung, Tengah, Saba, Bangsri, Jati, Patanen, Pakisdadu.

Ki Ageng Ngenis bore Ki Ageng Pemanahan who became the first King of Mataram Raden is Bagus / Bagus Srubut. In adopted son by Sultan Pajang and given the name R.Sutowijoyo also another name RNg. Loring Pasar. After winning and killing Aryo Penangsang in Jipang, Ki Ageng Pemanahan got the prize of Mataram area which was still a wild forest (now Kotagede). While Ki Penjawi got the land in Pati. At the appointed time, Ki Gede Pemanahan’s journey begins with a group to Mataram, a very fertile forest in the Northwest from the South Sea.

In 1570s began a new era of the Mataram Kingdom.
After some time, Ki Ageng Pemanahan (Ki Ageng Mataram) felt inadequate, the care of his son was handed over to Ki Juru Mertani. He announced that his son would replace him as the new ruler of Mataram. After the death of Ki Ageng Mataram, Ki Juru Mertani along with R. Sutowijoyo reported to Sultan Pajang. And it was at that time that R.Sutowijoyo was inaugurated as the ruler of Mataram with the title of Senapati Ing Ngalaga Sayidin Panatagama.

Panembahan Senapati became the King of  Mataram (Kotagede) then degraded RM.Jolang / Panembahan Seda Krapyak/ Sultan Agung Hanyakrawati (1601-1613), the center of government still in Kotagede. The next successor is RM. Jatmika/ RM. Rangsang/ Sultan Agung Hanyakrakusuma (1613-1645), the center of government moved to Plered. This period is intertwined with the JAWA YEAR as a merger of Java with the year of Hijriah.

Successor Sultan Agung is not as smooth as its predecessor Amangkurat I / Amangkurat Agung / Amangkurat Tegalarum. (1645-1677), the seat of Government at Plered. Amangkurat I was buried in Tegalarum, Adiwerna district of regency en Tegal in the run-up due to Trunajaya attack.

After Amangkurat I died, Prince Puger crowned himself as King with the title of Paku Buwana I. Then, another Amangkurat I (RM.Rahmat) also crowned Amangkurat II / Aamangkurat Amral (1677-1703). He is then succeeded by RM. Sutikno / RM. Kencet with the title Amangkurat III (1703-1705). The center of Government moved to Kertawani/ Kartasura. Two years on the throne of Amangkurat III died, the throne was passed back by P. Puger with the title of Paku Buwana I (1705-1719). The next throne is continued by RM.Suryoputro with the title Amangkurat IV / Amangkurat Jawi. (1719-1727).

After the death of Amangkurat Jawi, GRM.Probosuyoso continues the throne with the title of Paku Buwana II (1727-1749). Feeling the aura of Karaton Kartasura was gone, on 17 Sura Je 1670 (February 20, 1745), the center of government was moved to the village of Sala which later became the Karaton Surakarta Hadiningrat. After the PB. II died, the throne followed by RMG. Suryadi with the title of Paku Buwana III. This time there was a power struggle with P. Mangkubumi, so there is an agreement of the Agreement Giyanti (1755) which divides the Mataram Surakarta into 2, namely Kasunanan Surakarta and Sultanate of Yogjakarta (P.Mangkubumi with the title is Hamengku Buwono I).

The throne of Mataram Surakarta continues until now (PB XIII)

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The Javanese Culture

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Javanese culture is centered in the Central Java, Yogyakarta, and East Java provinces of Indonesia. Due to various migrations, it can also be found in other parts of the world, such as Suriname (where 15% of the population are of Javanese descent), the broader Indonesian archipelago region, Cape Malay, Malaysia, Singapore, Netherlands and other countries. The migrants bring with them a various aspect of Javanese cultures such as Gamelan music, traditional dances, and art of Wayang kulit shadow play.

The migration of Javanese people westward has created the coastal Javanese culture that distinct to inland Sundanese culture in West Java. Being the largest ethnic group, the Javanese culture and people influence Indonesian politics and culture, a process sometimes described as Javanization.

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The Wedding of Adipati Mangkunegoro VII and Gusti Kanjeng Ratu Timoer

The video of Eye Film Amsterdam shows the procession of the wedding ceremony of Adipati Mangkunegoro VII (adipati Kadipaten Mangkunegaran) with one of the daughters of Sultan Hamengkubuwono VII (King of Sultanate of Yogyakarta), who later became the queen of GKR. Timoer. The grand wedding ceremony took place at Yogyakarta Palace and Pura Mangkunegaran Surakarta

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The Great Wedding of Keraton Surakarta

The video of Eye Film Amsterdam shows the procession of the wedding ceremony of the sons and daughters of Sunan Pakubuwono X in the year 1920. The bridal procession was attended by hundreds of nobles and court employees. The citizens of Surakarta, also lined up the streets to witness the wedding procession.

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