Yogyakarta and Surakarta Batik

Batik Yogyakarta and Surakarta came from the same source, namely Mataram palace batik patterns. No wonder if many of them have same pattern,  although in its development is also different.  Many common pattern,  although a different name.  Surakarta Batik pattern was called “Parang Sarpa” but in Yogyakarta is known as “Golang-galing”.  “Cemeng” lyrical patterns in Surakarta, Yogyakarta called “Rujak senthe”.  One of  difference is in terms of wearing batik patterns Wastra in parang and lereng pattern. Surakarta style, wrapped batik Wastra from upper right to lower left side, while the Yogyakarta style sloping from upper left to lower right…
Given Pakualaman originally also part of the Sultanate of Yogyakarta, the cultural element as well as two palaces, such as batik. Style batik patterns and colors began to change since Pakualaman family relationship exists between the court of Surakarta and Pura Pakualaman as Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono VIII editing daughter Sri Susuhunan Pakubuwono X. Surakarta palace princess gives color and style of batik Pakualaman Surakarta, which then appear in court alloy batik patterns and colors of batik yogyakarta palace of Surakarta. Two patterns Pakualaman leading batik patterns Varuna temple (temple of the sea) and featuring peksi manyura birds stilasi worship

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