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1995 Indonesia 100 Rupiah coin pendant Karapan Sapi Garuda Pancasila golden eagle Papua Batam Java Prambanan Toraja Bali Minangkabau n000474

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Indonesia 100 Rupiah {1991-1998} 4S

front: Running bulls {Karapan Sapi}

Kerapan Sapi: a traditional bull race from the island of Madura. Two 600 kg beasts set off on a 100-meter track by pulling a sled mounted by a young daredevil jockey, at speeds of up to 50 km / h.

back: The National Emblem of Indonesia - Garuda Pancasila

The Garuda is the mythical golden eagle, common to both Hindu and Buddhist mythology. The Garuda was a chimera, having the wings, beak, and feet of the golden eagle, but a man's arms and trunk. The Garuda is a commonly used as an emblem in South and Southeast Asian nations. The use of the Garuda in Indonesia's National Symbol invokes the pre-colonial Hindu kingdoms that spanned across the archipelago, from which the present-day Republic of Indonesia is understood to be descended.

Garuda, the discipled carrier or vehicle (vahana) of Lord Vishnu.

• quantity 1
• polished Aluminium-bronze coin
• diameter: 22 mm
• weight: 4.15 g

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