Carved and painted leather shadow puppet of Drstarasta, the father of the Kurawas. He wears a candi rebah head covering with a diadem and a red garuda mungkur in his backwing. Straps from his shoulders, bahuraksa. He has a whole eye and round nose signifying that he is of the galak/manis type. His skin is painted light pinkish brown and he wears a billowing skirt cloth.
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pipe bowl (pipes (narcotics & intoxicants: smoking))
votive offering; figures (ritual & belief: representations)
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