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Abimanyu kneels in front of Gatotkaca
Achteraanzicht van Jegog ensemble te Jembrana, West-Bali
Amad on his horse Sambrani faces a kastuba tree. Two birds, a male and a female beo, fly away
Anak Agoeng Ketoet, zoon en troonopvolger van de radja van Lombok, tijdens een bezoek aan Batavia
Anak Agoeng van Karangasem met zijn zonen en dochters
Anak Agung, bestuurder, te Ubud
Anala fights Puntadaksi
Anggada is sent as an envoy to Rawana to convince him to send Sita back. Rawana is angry. He refuses to do so. Rawana is attended by Délem
Anggada tries to convince Rawana to return Sita
Anoman disguised as a demon meets Rawana. Indrajit, Sangut and the patih Prahasta and Sukasrana and the demon Ungu are watching
Anoman is sent to Langka as an envoy. Rama has given his ring to give to Sita. Laksmana watches
Anoman visits Rama and Laksmana. He is sent by Sugriwa to ask Rama for help
Anoman visits Rama and Laksmana. He is sent by Sugriwa to ask Rama for help. Mredah points at Twalén
Anoman, sent as an envoy to Langka, meets Sita. He offers her Rama’s ring as a token of confidence. Sita is attended by Trijata
Anoman, sent as an envoy to Langka, meets Sita. He offers her Rama’s ring as a token of confidence. Trijata, Sita’s royal servant, watches. Two lower ranking female servants sit in the centre. The one in front is called Madé Lényog. Mredah, Anoman’s ...
Arjuna and his servants kneel in front of the god Rudra who is accompanied by his wife Girindraputri. They sit on a lion
Arjuna clad like a brahman shoots an arrow in the tournament for Dropadi. Dropadi is accompanied by a servant
Arjuna honours Kresna with a sembah
Arjuna pays his respects to Bisma who reclines upon a bed of arrows
Arjuna riding his chariot, which is driven by the charioteer Matali and drawn by a horse, has shot an arrow into the mouth of the demon Niwatakawaca, who stands in the chariot. It is driven by a servant. The chariot is drawn by two tigers

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