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Yogyakarta and Javanese script are two things that cannot be separated. Javanese script is a noble heritage that is rich in meaning. Consisting of Ha Na Ca Ra Ka, Da Ta Sa Wa La, Ma Ga Ba Tha Nga, and Pa Dha Ja Ya Nya. Not many people know that Javanese script has a story full of philosophical meaning behind it. The story of the four figures Ajisaka, Prabu Dewata Cengkar, Dora, and Sembada. Tells the story of human greed, screaming struggle, human obligations to the Creator, the majesty of God and lessons can be learned from the story behind the Javanese script. A story that is still closely related to the present situation. Artine wants to tell a philosophical meaning through the work in this second edition so that later the message behind the Javanese script can be learned and learned.

Hanacaraka

The Hanacaraka design depicts a strong and mighty Ajisa figure. This design is to represent Ajisaka’s calm yet immersive nature. This is illustrated by the water and wind elements in this design. Three suns depict the figure of Ajisaka the sun who brings light back to the land of Medang Kamulan. The characters floating in the sky describe the knowledge that we sometimes subconsciously surround us in the form of road boards, stories of the past, or personal stories.

Datasawala

The design depicts the image of a buto or giant and the figure of a cengkar Dewata Prabu. The story in Ajisaka’s story is presented in fragments that are arranged into one unified whole. In its four corners, there are 4 pictures containing human fingers eaten by the Cengkareng Gods, the side view of the Cengkareng Gods, the white crocodile, and the human souls eaten by the Cengkar Dewata. The burning flower design symbolizes the evil of Dewata Cengkar. In another perspective, this hue through its colors depicts strength and complexity.

Padhajayanya

The design depicts a sembada figure as a figure of inspiration. He is one of Ajisaka’s confidants who serves to guard his heritage keris. The slice of the story with Prabu Dewata Cengkar is also drawn in this design in the form of a white crocodile wrapped around Ajisaka’s udeng cloth. Meanwhile with Dora in the form of a deadly duel they did until their death took both of their lives. The colors used in this design tend to use warm colors, these colors represent the bold figure of Sembada, and also have a readiness that can always be relied on.

Magabathanga

The pattern on the Magabathanga dress is inspired by Dora, as the witness of the Ajisaka battle. Natural design represents their journey. The pattern on Dress Magabathanga is inspired by Dora as a character who is a traveling companion and witness to Ajisaka’s battle. The natural landscape design depicted in this pattern represents their journey. Meanwhile, the eye and hand designs represent Dora as a witness.

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