The Nagarakertagama , still written Nagarakretagama or Nagarakrtagama , is a praise of the king Hayam Wuruk of Majapahit writes in the form of a poem epic by the poet of court Mpu Prapanca in 1365 (or 1287 of the era Saka).
The poem gives one period detailed descriptions that one regards as the golden age of the kingdom. He proclaims the importance of the religion with Majapahit by mentioning the construction of temples and palate in the kingdom and the behavior of ceremonies. One of the described traditions is that where the royal family makes the turn of the kingdom to pay homage to the ancestors of the king.
Prapanca thus tells a ritual with the temple of Singasari, in which Hayam Wuruk observes the ceremony of the puspa in the honor of its great-grandfather Kertanegara, last king de Singasari. After this ceremony, the king goes to Kagenengan to pay homage to the founder of Singasari, Rajasa.
The Nagarakertagama describes Kertanegara like an enthusiast Bouddhiste. After its death, it is déifié in three forms: in Tirthankar, Ardhanarisvara and Shiva - Buddha, " honoured and illustrates protective mountains, guard of without protection. He is surely sovereign with the top of the sovereigns of the monde". This figure of Shiva-Buddha is specific to Java, where the two religions, Hindouisme and Bouddhisme, were frays.
The Nagarakertagama also describes the death of Gajah Mada, the right-hand man of Hayam Wuruk.
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