Wirata


Raden Rupa Kenca dan Kencaka Rupa , dan isteri prabu Matsapati Dewi Rekatawati , adalah anak-anak dari Palasara dengan Dewi Durgandini, yang terjadi dari birahi Raden Palasara saat mengobati penyakit bau amis yang ada ditubuh Dewi Durgandini. Ketika obat tersebut dibuang kelaut , bersama sperma Raden Palasara. maka dimakan oleh ikan dan beberapa penghuni laut tersebut.
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Goa Kiskenda

Goa Kiskenda adalah sebuah goa besar yang didalamnya berbentuk seperti istana. Goa Kiskenda merupakan tempat tinggal Maesasura dan Lembusura, dua makluk kakak beradik, berbadan manusia berkepala binatang
yang memiliki kesaktian luar biasa. Rakyat Goa Kiskenda merupakan beraneka macam hewan ganas. Maesasura dan Lembusura memimpin kerajaan itu dengan sewenang-wenang. Kesaktian yang mereka miliki sangat luar biasa dahsyat. More

Wirata

In the wayang kulit/leather-puppet performance the name of Prabu Matsyapati or Durgandana, the King of Wiroto is famous. He appears oftenly in the story. He was the son of Basukiswara, a just and powerful king of Cedhiwiyasa. As a result of his strong self-denial and serious and sincery Samadhi (meditation) god Indra bestowed on him five magical things:

1. a golden chariot like the one belonged to a god, which could take him anywhere he wanted to go, fastly and comfortably.
2. A heirloom which made him a winner in every battle.
3. A string of flowers of lotus, which could not fade away. It made his body could not be wounded by anykind of weapon.
4. A piece of bamboo. He could make spiritual contact with Dewa/god in his Samadhi.
5. He could speak with animals.
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Pringgandani

The Pendawa wished to build their own kingdom outside the boundary of Hastina, as a way to avoid conflicts with their Korawa cousins. The new site was the jungle of Wanamarta. Consequently they started to cut some trees.

The king/Prabu Arimba of Pringgadani disliked the Pendawa. He wanted to take revenge of his father Prabu Kala Tremboko’s death, who had been killed in a battle by Pandu, the Pendawa’s father.

He ordered his brothers to attack and kill Pendawa. Arimbi, his younger sister was against his idea, she said that Pendawa were not guilty. Arimbi, a giant-woman, she was strong and had supernatural power. She argued her other brothers not to harm the good Pendawa. Upon seeing Bratasena, the biggest man of the Pendawa, she started to fall in love with him. Arimba was very angry to her.
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Pancala / Cempala

The beauty of Dewi Gandawati was famous also to other kingdoms. Many ksatrias had proposed to marry her. To be fair, as in accordance with ancient tradition, Pancala Kingdom had to organize a contest. Whoever could defeat Prince Gandamana, he should be the husband of Gandawati. More

Mandura

The kings of Mandura Kingdom were descendants of the king of Ayodya. Prabu Basuketi was the son of Prabu Rama Batlawa, a king of Ayodya, the son of Rama and Sinta.

Basuketi had a son Prabu Kuntiboja who had five children: Dewi Sruta, Prabu Basudewa, Dewi Kuntitalibrata, Raden Harya Rukma and Raden Harya Ugrasena.

Dewi Sruta, married to Prabu Damagosa the King of Magada. They had a son, Prabu Sisupala who was extremely arrogant, since his childhood Sisupala always boasted himself as a very rich knight and had a big power. He had a habit to insult others including Kresna, who was his cousin. Kresna respecting his aunt Dewi Sruta, had always restrained toward Sisupala’s arrogancy. Once he told Dewi Sruta that he should give a lesson to Sisupala if he insulted Kresna in front of 100 persons.
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Mandaraka

The story of Mandaraka Kingdom dated back with its first king, Prabu Sriyati, who was the son of a famous Resi Manumayasa (see Kingdom of Wirata). Prabu Salya or Narasoma was the driver of Karna’s chariot in the battle against Arjuna in Baratayuda. The driver of Arjuna’s chariot was Kresna. Salya’s heart was in favor of Pandawa, but he was cheated by Sengkuni in such a way that put him in the side of Korawa. More

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