Horrified, Can Cause Disaster When Moving Its Tail!! this is the Form of the Javanese and Balinese Mythological Dragons

Hello, Hello, cool friends, I’m sure you’re already familiar with a mythological creature called a dragon.

Dragons are legendary mythological creatures in almost all corners of the world.

Its presence is still a big puzzle in life on Earth.

Every country in the world has its own version of belief in dragons.

Indonesia actually also has a dragon figure which is a myth.


actually also has a dragon figure which is a myth.

The dragon’s name is Sang Hyang antaboga or anantaboga.

Hi, the story of Antaboga has been passed down from generation to generation with the same story taken from wayang stories again.

Yang or game is a character

with the form of a dragon and has a number of powers, one of which is reviving dead bodies.

Hi, in the puppet story, Antaboga is described as living in a place called Sapta Equipment or seven layers of earth that are underground.

In the world, Sang Hyang’s leather puppet

antaboga or anantaboga takes the form of a dragon with a crown and wearing a gold necklace.

It is said that Antaboga is very powerful and can also transform into a human form.

Hi, when Sang Hyang Antaboga gets angry and moves his tail, it is believed to cause an ice earthquake disaster. before continuing, don’t forget to press the like button.

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An evil god, he even saved the Five Pandawa Knights from a fire.


Kunis and Kauravas.

This is the story of

the Bale play.

Sigala-gala antaboga, which transforms into a Javanese mongoose or weasel

Then help the Pandavas and Dewi Kunti.

Antaboga took them all to escape from the fire through the sewers.

The Javanese belief in dragons is actually not only depicted in the figure of antaboga, not to mention the appearance of self.

In the reliefs left by Majapahit, there is also a depiction of a dragon.

The relief of the dragon Raja and Surya wood was found in the

Sawentar temple, Blitar, dating from 13-96 AD.

The object visualizes a dragon eating the sun.

According to archaeologists, the object depicts the dark period of Majapahit.

Surya or the sun is the symbol of Majapahit Surya which is sung by the nagaraja, which tells the story of the collapse of the Majapahit Hai Kingdom.

Agya’s belief then continued to grow until he was

considered a god.

For the Javanese, antaboga is the god of the earth. The growing mythology encouraged the Javanese to believe in the existence of the Antaboga Cave, which is located on Mount Arjuna.

They believe that pilgrims, whether male or not, or pilgrimages, who come to the Antaboga cave site, will be met by a giant snake or dragon who is believed to be an antaboga figure.

The Javanese then applied antaboga to ornaments and ornate carvings.


It will appear on the gong decoration as a symbol of the Javanese dragon.

Remains of ancient objects are also generally decorated with figures of Javanese dragons, such as kerises, temple doors to ornaments with Javanese Hai nuances.

Some of Grace’s self-


That is the sharp dragon keris, Kris Nagasasra and so on.

Likewise with the Balinese people.

They always include an antaboga statue in the front of their house, or a temple, where they are the same age? and how, in your opinion?

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