Beautiful batik prayer rugs with javanese motifs.
This motifs called: 'Truntum'.
Truntum is a picture similar to a flower, namely a flower in the sky whose shape is depicted as a tanjung flower. The batik motif that is often used by Javanese brides tells the story of the hope of harmonious fidelity. This philosophy is often narrated as the spiritual relationship between Javanese persona and God.
The Truntum motif created by Kanjeng Ratu Kencana (Empress of Sunan Paku Buwana III - the second king of the Surakarta Sunanate in Central Java, who ruled from 1749 to 1788) means love that grows back. He created this motif as a symbol of love that is sincere, unconditional, eternal, and increasingly feels fertile (tumaruntum). Because of its meaning, the truntum patterned cloth is usually worn by the parents of the bride and groom on their wedding day. The hope is that this genuine love will come upon the bride and groom. Sometimes it means that the parents are obliged to "guide" the bride and groom to enter a new life.
Size: 55 cm x 100 cm
Batik Technique: Stamps (Batik Tjap), Handmade.
This prayer mat consists of 2 layers of cloth: The top is a cotton cloth, and the bottom is a calico cloth.
Easy to fold and put in a bag.
How to care the products:
This batik can be handwashed using shampoo (don't use detergent and washing machine).
I really like the motive. Complicated, but still impressed simple.