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Kuda Kepang, Javanese Horses fabric by ravenous on Spoonflower - custom fabric

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This traditional dance, with the dancers straddling the bamboo horses, comes from the Javanese people of Indonesia, and was brought to Malaysia during a period of migration a long, long time ago. Known as 'Jaran Kepang' in Indonesia, there can be instances where the dancers are induced into a 'trance' by the presiding shaman. However in Malaysia, (more specifically in the Southern region), Kuda Kepang is only performed as a formality and as entertainment in ceremonies and cultural shows.

Kuda Kepang, Javanese Horses

By: ravenous
Meaning "Galloping Horses" in Malay. It is a traditional dance using flat horses made from woven bamboo. Originating from Java, Indonesia.
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