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Jamu, Mahakarya Indonesia : Haiga & Tankart, cattails, Collected Works of UHTS, May 2015

 Published for the 1st time in Cattails May 2015 Edition Selected by an'ya

Haiga Ken Sawitri Painting “Bakul Jamu (Djamoe Seller)” by Jimat Achmadi, pen & acrylic on paper ©2014 Published for the first time in Cattails May 2015 Edition Selected by an’ya

 

Traditional ‘Djamoe’ comes from the island of Java, and has evolved over hundred of years through the generations. The Djamoes consist of leafs, roots, flowers and barks of significant trees.

Jamu sebagai mahakarya Indonesia perlu digali kembali. Bukan hanya jamu Jawa, namun kekayaan jamu di seluruh penjuru negeri kaya rempah ini. Setiap jamu selalu mengandung rempah dan semua rempah adalah jamu. Kemampuan racik meracik jamu dan rempah ini sebaiknya dikenal oleh anak – anak negeri. Karena tanpa mereka, harta karun kita yang sangat besar ini mustahil tergali.

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