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The Javanese Treasure By Ahmad Shiddiqi
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Java is an island in Indonesia. Its existence is very important for many centuries. Its culture, custom, treasure and heritage is unique and attractive. I love to share with you the Inner Beauty of... More > Javanese Culture, treasure and people through poetical blending of Javanese and English words.< Less
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JAVASOOTRA - Javanese Kamasutra Sex Guide Ebook By Kay Nawza
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This Ebook is authored by my good old Javanese friend, Kay Nawza. This is what he has to say about this Ebook. "Over 500 years in the making, the blend of Javanese, Malay, Balinese, Indian,... More > Arab, Chinese and probably Dutch culture in the island makes this compilation of a sex guide a unique one. It took over 2 years to take the "Javasootra" into its current form. It wasn't that I just woke up one day and discovered the blueprint. Neither did I find it buried in a cave in a secluded tropical rainforest area. The Javasootra had developed and evolved over a period of many hundred years before I discovered it from my contacts, from my widespread travels, my student life at various countries, my local adventures and many journeys, too many to mention. This is truly a unique gift to the world from the Javanese archiplago."< Less
Sumarah By Laura Romano
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Sumarah is a philosophy, a form of meditation, and a way of life originating from Java. It is a path of the heart, of no effort, of no form - a path of surrender. Sumarah guides the practitioner... More > towards deep relaxation of body, feeling, and mind. This is the first step in the process of personal transformation and awakening the inner teacher. In her book, Laura Romano draws on her own extensive personal experience - nourished by the meditation practice that she was introduced to and trained in from her first years in Java - in describing her frequent meetings with the many Javanese masters then still alive. To better illustrate the principles of the Sumarah tradition, she relates stories from her own journey, vividly recreating the relaxed and warm atmosphere of meditation meetings in the homes of various meditation teachers.< Less
The Exotic Orchid By Yusiana Basuki
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Annie, the main character of the story, is a Javanese woman of noble birth. Her arranged marriage, and followed by her husband’s adulterous betrayal, then subsequent lost of custody of her... More > only child forced her to escape from Indonesia to New York with only a few hundred dollars in her pocket, determined to find a better life. She finds a job as a Balinese dancer. Through hardship, long and winding roads for years in work, courtship and motherhood, such as having an illegitimate son that is disgraceful according to Indonesian moral standard, and being expelled by Indonesian community in New York, she strives to become a distinguished fashion designer. The story of an immigrant struggles for her existence is relevant to American society. I also include Javanese and Balinese traditions, which manifest themselves, shown in the character’s inner conflicts, as her efforts to release herself from her original cultural binding and enter the American way of thinking< Less
The Exotic Orchid By Yusiana Basuki
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Annie, the main character of the story, is a Javanese woman of noble birth. Her arranged marriage, and followed by her husband's adulterous betrayal, then subsequent lost of custody of her only child... More > forced her to escape from Indonesia to New York with only a few hundred dollars in her pocket, determined to find a better life. She finds a job as a Balinese dancer. Through hardship, long and winding roads for years in work, courtship and motherhood, such as having an illegitimate son that is disgraceful according to Indonesian moral standard, and being expelled by Indonesian community in New York, she strives to become a distinguished fashion designer. The story of an immigrant struggles for her existence is relevant to American society.< Less
Spirits of Fire and Snow By Donna Barr
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Available again for 2014, with all new dates and events! Comicons, pagan holidays, and the most fun feasts from world religions. Twelve beautiful winged women: night-flying Javanese angels, an... More > ice-maiden teetering on the edge of a frosty roof, a blue Valkyrie and her steed against a flaming sky, to name a few - and all the pagan holidays. Plenty of room to write in your own special days, work appointments and holidays.< Less
Sonatina Iråmå By Christian Erickson
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Sonatina Iråmå is a 10-minute, three-movement work for late-intermediate to early-advanced pianists. The fanfare-like opening movement makes frequent use of the sostenuto pedal; the... More > second movement is a dreamy reverie featuring quotations of a few well-known piano compositions from various stylistic periods; and the finale is based on rhythmic systems found in Javanese gamelan music, and from which Sonatina Iråmå derives its name.< Less
Sonatina Iråmå By Christian Erickson
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Sonatina Iråmå is a 10-minute, three-movement work for late-intermediate to early-advanced pianists. The fanfare-like opening movement makes frequent use of the sostenuto pedal; the... More > second movement is a dreamy reverie featuring quotations of a few well-known piano compositions from various stylistic periods; and the finale is based on rhythmic systems found in Javanese gamelan music, and from which Sonatina Iråmå derives its name.< Less
Arabic and Persian Loanwords in Tagalog By Jean-Paul G. POTET
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The few, and generally obsolete Tagalog words of Arabic and/or Persian origin that can be found in old and modern dictionaries are fragments from a period when they must have been more numerous,... More > although their number cannot ever have been very large. Some illustrate how Manila was an outpost of the Bornean polity based in Brunei, itself a part of the Indo-Javanese system, while others point at direct contacts with traders who spoke some varieties of Arabic, but were probably Indians, Persians, Armenians from Persia or even Turks. Thus these terms entered Tagalog over a very long period that lasted until the 19th Century.< Less