Materials for the Medieval History of Indonesia
1. om nathaya namostu te stutinin atpada ri pada bhatara nityaça,
saɳ suksmeɳ tlen iɳ samadi çiwa budda (92b) sira sakala niskalatmaka,
saɳ çri parwwatanatha nathanin anatha sira ta patiniɳ jagatpati,
saɳ hyaɳ nin hyan inisty acintyanin acintya hana waya tmahnreɳ jagat.
2. byapi byapaka sarwwatatwagata niguna sira rin apaksa wesnawa,
rin yogiçwara poruseɳ kapila jambhala sakala siran / hyan iɳ dana,
çri wagindra siran hyan iɳ sakalaçastra manasija sireɳ smaragama,
riɳ wighnotsarana prayoga yamaraja sira makapalaɳ jagaddita.
3. nahan don umastuti padanirahyun umiketa kate nareçwara,
saɳ çri natha ri wilwatikta haji rajasanagara wiçesa bhupati.,
saksat / janma bhatara natha siran anhilanaken i kalankaniɳ praja,
hentyaɳ bhumi jawatibhakti manukula tumuluy i tkeɳ digantara.
4. riɳ çaka rttu çarena rakwa ri wijil/ nrpati tlas inastwaken/ prabhu,
an/ garbbheçwara natha riɳ kawuripan/ withaganiran amanusadbhuta,
lindun bhumi ktug hudan hawu gerh kilat awiltan iɳ nabhastala,
guntur ttaɳ himawan/ ri kampud ananaɳ kujana kuhaka mati tanpagap.
5. nahan/ hinaniran bhatara girinatha sakala matmah prabhuttama,
na lwir sadegirekanaɳ sayawabhumi cawa tluk umungku(93a)l adara,
wipra ksatriya waiçya çudra catur açrama sama nipuneɳ samahita,
hentyaɳ durjjana maryyabuddi kala kewala matakut i wiryya saɳ prabhu.
1. ndan / saɳ çri rajapatni prakaçita sira matamaha çri narendra,
saɳ lwir pawak / bhatari paramabhagawati catranin rat / wiçesa,
utsaheɳ yoga buddasmarana gineniran / ciwari wrddamundi,
riɳ çaka drsti saptaruna kalahaniran / mokta muɳsir kkabuddan.
2. ryyantuk / çri rajapatni jinapada kawkas / duhkitan rat byamoha,
ryyadeg / çri natha mungwiɳ majhapakit umuluy / tusta mangöɳ kabhaktin,
rena çri natha saɳ çri tribhuwana jiwayottungal dewi gumanti,
mungwiɳ rajyerikaɳ jiwanapura sira tamwaɳmwan i çri narendra.
1. tekwan bhakti siran makebu ri sira çri ra japatniçwari,
satyanut / brata paksa sogata masaɳskare dagan saɳ pjah,
tan sah çri krtawardaneçwara pita de çri narendradipa,
sedampatyapageh sireɳ sugatamarggande sukhaniɳ jagat.
2. ndan/ çri bhupati saɳ pita nrpati mungwiɳ sinhasaryy apageh,
saksat/ hyaɳ wawa ratnasambhawa siran mangeh pararttaɳ jagat(93b)
dirotsaha sire kadrddyanikanaɳ rat/ satya bhaktye haji,
lagyangegwani karyya sahana kadyaksatidakseɳ naya.
1. muwah ibu haji saɳ narendranuja de hajiɳ jiwana,
prakaçita haji rajadewi maharajasanindita,
sira ta siniwi riɳ daha nopameɳ pariɳ sadguna,
samasa kalawan hajiɳ jiwana Iwir sudewyapalih.
2. priya haji san umungwin wenker banun hyan upendranurun,
nrpati wijaya rajasanopamenɳ paramajnottama,
samasama kalawan/ nrpati sinhasaryyakapaksapa...
sira wihikan iɳ thani yawat/ sabhumi jawa.
1. wwanten tari haji ri wilwatikta rajni,
saɳ mungwiɳ lasem anuraga riɳ kahaywan,
putri çri narapati riɳ daha prakaça,
saɳ çri rajasa duhitendu dewyanindya.
2. ndan çri warddana duhiteçwari pamunsu,
rajñi mungwiɳ pajan anopameɳ raras rum,
putri çri nrpati ri jiwana prakaça,
an/ saksat anuja tkapniraɳ narendra.
1. penan / çri naranatha kapwa ta huwus/ labda bhiseka prabhu,
saɳ natheɳ matahun / priya nrpati saɳ rajyeɳ lasem / suçrama
saɳ çri rajasa warddana prakaçjteɳ rupa (94a) di wijñeɳ naya,
tan pendah smarapingala patemu saɳ nathenalm niɳ jagat.
2. saɳ natheɳ paguhan / priya nrpati saɳ raji pratiste pajaɳ,
kyati çri nrpa sinhawarddana surupanwam / suçilapageh,
açry awarnna sanatkumara saha dewida papangihnira,
bhakti jöɳ haji masih awwan anak ande tustani nagara.
3. tekwan / wrddyawke narendra saɳ umungwiɳ wirabhumy aɳdiri,
saɳ çri nagarawarddani pratita rajñi kanyakanopama,
ndan / ranten/ haji raja ratwiɳ mataram / lwir hyaɳ kumaranurun,
saɳ çri wikramawarddaneçwara paninkah çri narendradipa.
4. wunsu çri nrpati pajaɳ siniwi muɳgwi pawwanawwan / puri,
rajñi çri surawarddani nwamira wala lwir hajeɳ niɳ tulis,
sakweh çri yaja(1) raja sapada madudwan nagaratungalan,
ekhasthana ri wilwatikta manisapwi saɳ narendradipa.
1. warnnan/ çri naranatha kastawaniran dinakharasama digjaya prabhu,
bhrastaɳ catru banun tamiçra sahane bhuwana rinawasan nareçwara,
tusta sajjana panajamam ikanan kujana kumuda satya satwika,
sthityaɳ ghrama sabhumy aweh dana banun/ jala hinaturaken / ya sakrama.
2. lwir saɳ hyan ça-(94b) tamanyu manhudani rat / haji tumulak i duhkhaniɳ praja
lwir hyaɳ pitrpati kadandanin anaryya baruna ri katmwaniɳ dana,
lwir hyaɳ bayu siran tameɳ sakalaloka makaçarana duta nityaça,
lwir prthwi ri karaksaniɳ pura katonanira kadi bhatara candrama.
3. riɳ warnnakrti kamadewa sakalanurun umulat i ramayaniɳ puri,
sakweh saɳ para putrikadika wadu haji kadi pawibhajyaniɳ ratih,
ndan saɳ çri parameçwari swaduhita nrpati wijayarajasottama,
mukyawarnna susumnadewy anupameɳ hayu tuhu sawawe nareçwara.
4. tekwan / wriddi siran / pakanak i siraɳ nrpati kusumawarddaniçwari,
raji rajakumaryy anindya siniwi pura ri kabalan utameɳ raras,
saɳ çri wikramawarddanendra saniruktyanira panucapiɳ sanagara,
saksat / dewata dewati siran atmwa hlam anukani twasiɳ jagat.
1. OM! To the Protector be homage paid, to You, praise of the
bringer of veneration at the Feet of the Lord, everlastingly.
The honoured Subtile in the profundity of meditation, Shiwa- Buddha is He, material-immaterial by nature,
the honoured Illustrious Protector of Mountains, Protector of the protectorless He is surely, Ruler over the rulers of the world,
the honoured Spirit of the spiritual, the Ideal, the Unconceivable of the unconceivable, Existing: there is an apparition of Him in the world.
2. Penetrating, mastering, pervading the whole of existence, Nirguna
is He to the Wishnuite by denomination,
to the yogin (adept in concentration): Ishwara, Porusa to Kapila, Jambhala in the material is He, being the Spirit of wealth,
the Illustrious Wagindra is He, being the Spirit of material learn- ing, Manasija is He in the doctrine of love,
at the removal of obstacles: Prayoga, Yamaraja is He, having for fruit the world's welfare.
3. Such is the purpose of him who praises His Feet: he is wishing
to write in poetry the tale of the Prince,
the honoured Illustrious Protector in Wilwa Tikta (Majapahit), our lord Rajasanagara, the powerful Ruler.
Manifestly the Lord Protector's birth is He, doing away with the impurities of the realm.
The whole of the Javanese country is most submissive, obedient; and even so are the other countries.
4. In the Shaka-year seasons-arrows-sun (1256 = 1334 A.D.), it is
said, at his birth, the Prince has been inaugurated already as Prabhu,
as a porphyrogenetos Protector in Kahuripan; the tokens of His being superhuman, wonderful, were:
an earthquake, the earth rumbled, rain of ashes, thunder, flashes of lightning turning about in the sky,
the mountain Kampud collapsed, annihilated were the bad people, the rascals, dead without a gasp.
5. Such is His definition: that He is Lord Girinatha in the material,
having become a Prabhu, excellent.
Such is the aspect during His reign: the whole of the Javanese country there is helpless, bowed, stooping, humble,
the wipras (brahmins), kshatriyas (noblemen), waishyas (third estate) and shudras (commoners), the caturashrama (popular anchorites "Four Hermitages") alike versed in their set tasks.
All of the bad people are giving up their evil minds, only fearing the manfulness of the honoured Prabhu.
1. Now the honoured Illustrious Rajapatni, the renowned, She was
the Illustrious Prince's Grandmother,
the honoured, by aspect the Lady Parama-Bhagavati's embodiment, the Screen of the world, powerful,
zealous in yoga (concentration), the commemoration of the Buddha was practised by Her unremittingly, being a wearer of the habit, an ancient bald-headed nun.
In the Shaka-year sight-seven-sun (1272 = 1350 A.D.) was Her decease; being released, she aspired to the Buddha's place.
2. At the Illustrious Rajapatni's returning home to the Jina's estate,
the world was left mournful, bewildered.
At the accession of the Illustrious Protector, residing in Majapahit, thereupon it was well-pleased, practising submissiveness unremittingly.
The Illustrious Protector's Mother, the honoured Illustrious Tribhuwana Wijayottunggadewi, took his place,
residing in the Royal residence, there, in the Jiwana-compound ; She, to be sure, took care of the Illustrious Prince.
1. Naturally submissive She is, treating as a Mother the worshipful
the Illustrious Rajapatni-Mistress,
faithfully following the course of duties of the Buddhist denomination, performing the ceremonies at the feet of the honoured dead one.
Unseparated is the Illustrious Kertawardhana-Master, Father in relation to the Illustrious Prince-Overlord;
with his consort firm are They in the Buddha's Path, bringing about the rejoicing of the world.
2. Now the Illustrious Ruler the honoured Father of the Prince
resides in Singasari, firmly,
manifestly the holy eminent Ratnasambhawa is He, standing in the fixed relation of serving others in the world.
Steadfastly He is exerting Hirnself for the increase of the world, there, in order that it be faithful and submissive to our lord,
engaged in the carrying out of concerns, always reflecting, a superintendent most clever in management.
1. Further, our lord's Mother, the honoured Princess, younger sister
in relation to mylady of Jiwana,
renowned as mylady Rajadewi Maharajasa, the blameless,
She, to be sure, is obeyed in Daha, peerless in personal appearance, in the sixfold statecraft,
equally with mylady of Jiwana an aspect of Sudewi, in halves.
2. The consort of mylady is the honoured one who resides in Wengker,
in shape the holy Upendra, descended,
Prince Wijayarajasa, peerless in personal appearance, clever, excellent,
the equal of the Prince of Singasari, of one mind, firmly.
He is familiar with all the doings in the peasants' lands all over the Javanese country.
1. There is, to be sure, a younger sister of our lord in Wilwa Tikta
(Majapahit), a Queen,
the honoured one who resides in Lasem, amiable in beauty,
daughter to the Illustrious Princess of Daha, renowned,
the honoured Illustrious Rajasa's daughter, Indudewi, the blameless.
2. Now the Illustrious Wardhana's daughter Ishwart is the youngest,
a Queen residing in Pajang, peerless in charm and loveliness,
daughter to the Illustrious Princess in Jiwana, renowned,
being manifestly a younger sister in relation to the worshipful Prince.
1. The Illustrious Prince's brothers-in-law, now, to be sure, have
already equally received consecrations as Prabhus.
The honoured Protector of Matahun is the consort of the Princess the honoured Queen of Lasem, doughty,
the honoured Illustrious Rajasawardhana, renowned for personal appearance, most clever in management,
not distinct from Smara and Pinggala's is the marriage of the honoured Protectors, praised by the world.
2. The honoured Protector of Paguhan is the consort of the Princess
the honoured Queen established in Pajang,
celebrated as the Illustrious Prince Singhawardhana, handsome, young, virtuous, firm,
glorious, in appearance Sanatkumara with the divine Ida's is Their marriage,
submissive at the feet of our lord, lovingly taking care of the children, causing the towm to be well pleased.
3. Naturally they have progeny, possessing a daughter, a Princess, the honoured one who resides in Wirabhumi, self-reliant,
the honoured Illustrious Nagarawardhani, well-known, a queenly virgin, peerless;
then a younger brother of mylady, a King, Ratu of Mataram, by aspect the holy Kumara, descended,
the honoured Illustrious Wikramawardhana-Master, son-in-law to the Illustrious Prince-Overlord.
4. The Illustrious Princess of Pajang's youngest (child) is obeyed,
residing in the Pawwan-awwan-compound,
a Queen, the Illustrious Surawardhani, in Her youth, a girl, by aspect Hajeng in the pictures.
All Illustrious Javanese Kings and Queens, the honoured ones who equally are distinguished by their towns, each having one for his or her own,
in one place, in Wilwa Tikta (Majapahit), they hold in their lap the honoured Prince-Overlord.
1. To be described is the Illustrious Prince, His glory is: being the
Daymaker's equal, a world-conquering Prabbu.
Exterminated are the enemies, in shape: the darkness; all there is in the world is vanquished by the Prince.
WeIl pleased are the good people: red lotus flowers; quiet are the bad people there: white lotus flowers, faithful, true.
Orderly are the villages aIl over the country, giving wealth; in shape they are the water; (the wealth) is respectfully offered by them according to custom.
2. By aspect the honoured holy Shatamanyu, raining over the world,
is our lord, averting disasters from the realm.
By aspect the holy Piterpati in the punishing of ignoble people, Baruna in the finding of wealth.
By aspect the holy Bayu is He, penetrating in aIl places by means of messengers, everlastingly.
By aspect Perthwi in the minding of the Royal compound ; His looks are like the Lord Moon's.
3. In appearance: the shape of Kamadewa in the material, descended. looking at the pleasantness of the Royal compound.
All the honoured common maidens, superior, our lord's women, are like parts of Ratih.
Then, the honoured Illustrious Parameshwari, own daughter to Prince Wijayarajasa, excellent,
is the chief lady, in appearance Susumnadewi, peerless in beauty, verily weIl-balanced with the Prince.
4. Naturally they have progeny, having for child the worshipful the
a Queen, a Royal maid, blameless, obeyed in the compound in Kabalan, excellent in charm.
The honoured Illustrious Wikramawardhana-Monarch will be perfectly Her match, is the saying of all the townsfolk. Manifestly a god and a goddess are They, going to be married in the future, causing the hearts of the world to rejoice.
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