tjandi

tjandi

A Hindu sepulchral monument, prevalent in Java from the 8th to 14th cent. A.D., consisting of a square base, a cella-like temple, and a prominent pyramidal roof structure; a small room in the base contained the urn with the ashes of the prince in whose memory the structure was erected.
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President Director of GM Traktors Tjandi Mulyono said crane machines from Sennebogen, are highly efficient with high productivity, environmentally friendly, with low production cost per ton.
De onverklaarde tempel reliefs op het hoofdgebouw van Tjandi Kedaton', Bijdragen totde Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde121:438-66.
Rudi Tjandi, an official from the Bali disaster agency said that there were five found atop a large coral reef at Manta Point, adding that since the waves and current were quite strong, the fishermen who spotted them couldn't approach.
In the evenings, while we played bridge, we would look out from Old Tjandi across Sompok and see the lights of the harbour.
Knight mentions Banck's collaboration with Chinese capitalist, with one of whom, the Captain or Major of the Chinese The Goan Tjing, he shared a contract for the sugar factory of Tjandi (Candi).
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Brandes, Beschriving von Tjandi Singasari in de residentie Pasoeroen--en de Wolkentoeneelen van Panataran in de residentie Kadiri (The Hague: M.