Notes on the Geography of Indonesia: Borobudur 3: Photo 24
A closer view of the scene, showing the welcome accorded Hiru, one of Rudrayana's ministers. (The house, like the ship, is historically interesting, because no real houses--or ships--survive from the time Borobudur was built.)
Who is the hero in this "tale of heroism"? Good question: is it the religiously inspired but presently deceased Rudrayana? Is it the surviving ministers who salvage something for the freedom-loving people of the kingdom?
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