Traditions and Culture Yogyakarta
Epic travelers can take a short tour explore traditions, and cultural tours that evolves through an epic mechanism of social-culture life of society.
"Kenduri" or "kenduren" or "Sedekahan" aims to teach the society to be willing and accustomed to share some of their sustenance (luck) to others peoples.
Usually this wiwit tradition is followed by children and adults. Everything depends on the wiwit tradition and the ceremony that was carried out.
Some also use a hollow stone in the middle or they call "Lumpang". "Gejog" has a resemblance of the "Gejluk, Gemblong".
"Singir Jawa-Kuno" is part of a short sentence, such as setting other languages such songs "Singir Jawa-Kuno", each line has an important bond that can describe with a lot of purpose, meaning or the story of a life.
Travelers can view the project from young coconut leaves in the "Creation Janur". Although based on a leaf or young coconut leaves, if studied further, coconut leaves have many traditional games that can be used for children's games.
They still use the Ancient Javanese Calendar and "Penanggalan Jowo Lawas" method in various activities of life to this day.
Keris also symbolizes the wisdom of Javanese culture and Personal symbols with a teaching of primacy are defined in the ability to distinguish to between correct and wrong, a good and bad deeds.
Ancient batik fabrics have a very diverse meaning. The Batik Research Center has an impressive permanent batik exhibit with classic and modern design.
Both batik processes are drawn by hand, and the tools used to move or take a typical liquid are used to make batik (canting).
Merti earth is a ceremony of gratitude for God Almighty grace in the form of fertile land, abundant water, good harvests, and so on. Carnival and other society activities, include: Carnival Merti Bumi, Carnival Birthday City, Carnival Culture, Carnival of Bersih Dusun.