The Surakarta style blangkon does not have a protrusion on the back. But it is interwoven by tying two pieces of cloth on the right and left. The meaning of blangkon in this case is a symbol of the meeting between jagad alit (microcosm) and jagad gedhe (macrocosm). Blangkon indicates the jagad gedhe, while the head he is riding on indicates the jagad alit. Because in the role of humans as caliphs, we need God’s strength. Blangkon symbolizes the power of God needed if humans want to carry out their duties to take care of the universe.
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Dimension : D = 190, h = 130 millimeter
Weight : 146 Gram