These names occur in the mythologies and legends of the various peoples of Indonesia.
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ACINTYAmIndonesian Mythology Derived from Sanskrit अचिन्त्य (achintya) meaning "incomprehensible, inconceivable". This is the name of the supreme god in Balinese Hinduism, sometimes called Sang Hyang Widhi or Sang Hyang Tunggal... [more]
ANGGRAINIfIndonesian Mythology, Javanese Derived from Javanese anggara meaning "Tuesday", ultimately from Sanskrit अङ्गार (angara). In the Javanese version of the Hindu epic Mahabharata, this is the name of a princess and the wife of Ekalavya.
ANTABOGAmIndonesian Mythology Derived from Sanskrit अनन्त (ananta) meaning "infinite, endless" and भोग (bhoga) meaning "food, enjoyment, wealth". In Javanese and Balinese mythology this is the name of a snake deity who created the world.
BATARA GURUmIndonesian Mythology From Indonesian batara meaning "god, deity", ultimately from Sanskrit भट्टार (bhattara), and guru meaning "teacher", ultimately from Sanskrit गुरु (guru)... [more]
BATARA SAMBUmIndonesian Mythology From Indonesian batara meaning "god, deity" and sambu of uncertain meaning, possibly from Sanskrit शंभु (śambhu) meaning "sage, venerable man". In Javanese mythology, he is the god of teachers and a son of BATARA GURU.
SANGIANG SERRIfIndonesian Mythology From Indonesian sanghyang meaning "angel" and sri, a respectful title derived from Sanskrit श्री (śrī́) meaning "light, lustre, splendour". She is the Buginese goddess of rice and fertility and the equivalent of the Javanese, Balinese, and Sundanese deity Dewi Sri.
SULASTRIfIndonesian Mythology, Javanese From Javanese solatri, the name of a flowering plant native to Southeast Asia and Australia (genus Calophyllum). This is the name of a goddess and a wife of Arjuna in the Javanese version of the Hindu epic Mahabharata.