The Story of Shinta and Rama Showed in Ramayana Ballet Prambanan
The long as well as straining story is recaped in four scenes, namely the kidnapping of Shinta, Anoman’s mission to Alengka, the fatality of Kumbakarna or Rahwana, and the conference of Rama-Shinta.
The story starts when Prabu Janaka held a contest to figure out the potential other half for Shinta, his child that finally was won by Rama Wijaya. The scene is continued with the journey of Rama, Shinta and Rama’s more youthful bro named Laksamana in Dandaka woodland. There, they met Rawana that aspired to posses Shinta since she was considered the reincarnation of goddess Widowati, a female that he had been seeking for long.
In order to draw in Shinta’s interest, Rahwana changed among his followers named Marica right into a deer. The effort was successful when Shinta was brought in and also asked Rama to go after the deer. When Rama did not show up after a while, Laksmana went to find Rama as well as left Shinta herself by securing her with a magic circle around her in order that no one would be able to abduct her, including Rahwana. The security fell short to keep Shinta in the location given that Rahwana succeeded in kidnapping her by altering himself into Durna personality.
At the end of the tale, Hanoman, the white, powerful ape did well in taking Shinta from Rahwana. When she returned, nonetheless, Rama did not trust her anymore. He considered Shinta ridiculed. In order to confirm her virginity as well as reverence, Shinta was asked to burn herself. Shinta proved her righteousness when she was not melted in any way also she came to be more attractive. Lastly, Rama accepted her as his spouse.