Photographer's Note

Keraton Ratu Boko. The word palace derives from The Queen's which means palace or residence is also the queen or king, while Boko means stork (bird). This is still a question of who is actually king Stork, whether the rulers of the time or the name of a bird in a real sense that once often perched in the hills Ratu Boko?

Ratu Boko Palace Ruins was first recognized by Van Boeckholtz in 1790. A century after the discovery of Van Boeckholtz, namely around 1890, FDK Bosch conduct archaeological research on the archaeological heritage in the south of Prambanan temple in the report entitled Van Ratoe Kraton Boko.

Source inscriptions issued by the Rakai Panangkaran years 746-784 AD, mentions that the Queen's Palace Buko is Abhayagiri Vihara. Abhaya means no danger, Giri means hill / mountain, monastery means a hostel / place. Thus Abhayagiri Vihara means a hostel / place of Buddhism Bihksu located on a peaceful hill or monastery where the bihksu looking for peace, seclusion and focus on the spiritual life.
In the next period about 856M years, Abhayagiri Vihara complex functioned as a palace Walaing by Rakai Walaing Pu Khumbayoni Hindu. It is therefore not surprising that elements of Hinduism and Buddhism seem bercampurdi this building.

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