When we returned to Djiliwirri in 2005, a fourth son of Djawa
, Dhamanydji Gaykamanu, also sang and the ensemble's yidaki accompanist was one of their sister's sons, Gutayi Dhamarrandji.
Republik Indonesia: propinsi Djawa
Timur [Indonesian Republic: Province of East Java].
He soon, in the village of Cigugur, came in contact with the followers of the Agama Djawa
Sunda, a syncretist movement, counted to belong to the kebatinan religion, a designation for a wide variety of local and regional religious movements that fell outside the 'officially' acknowledged religions.
'Het Bali Museum', Djawa
: Tijdschrift van het Java-Instituut, 181:73-82.
(93) Anonymous source, quoted in Roekomy et al., Republik Indonesia: Propinsi Djawa
'Het Comite voor Javaansche Cultuurontwikkeling', Djawa
Moens, 'Een Toornige buddhistische heiland', Djawa
, 20 (1940): 265-71.
Kartodikromo, Marco 1918 'Sama rasa dan sama rata', Sinar Djawa
, 10 April.
Brandts Buys also wrote many works, including "De Toonkunst bij de Madoereezen", Djawa
8 (1928): 61-349.
The establishment and transformation of medical education at Dokter Djawa
, STOVIA (School ter Opleiding van Inlandsche Artsen), GHS (Geneeskundige Hoogeschool), IkaDaigaku (Medical Academy established during the Japanese occupation), and later at the Faculty of Medicine, UI between the mid-nineteenth century and the 1960s constitute the third overarching theme of the book.
Congres Bandoeng 1921 'Congres Bandoeng 17-19 Juni 1921', Djawa