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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 Barat, p.
'Het Comite voor Javaansche Cultuurontwikkeling', Djawa 1918:346-8.
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.