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Panji Jayakusuma : King of Jenggala order his eldest son Raden Nilaprabangsa to be his representative to propose princess of Kediri for Raden Panji.
Provenance: National Library of Indonesia
Panji Jayakusuma : Raden Jaya Asmara, Menak Cahu, and Menak Agung come before the king of Bali, Jayalengkara. They want to devote themselves to king of Bali.
Provenance: KBG 139 page 294-295, Collection of the National Library of the Republic of Indonesia
Panji Jayakusuma : Jayasentika forced to enter the kraton (palace). Battle of them unavoidable
Provenance: KBG 139 page 523 – 524, Collection of the National Library of the Republic of Indonesia
Panji Jayakusuma : Jayasentika give the letter of Jayakusuma to Menak Agung.
Provenance: KBG 139 page 539-540, Collection of the National Library of the Republic of Indonesia
Panji Jayakusuma : Jayakusuma ride a horse and Jayalengkara ride an elephant. They have been confronted and then do the duel
Provenance: KBG 139 page 641-642, Collection of the National Library of the Republic of Indonesia
 

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