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Yasadipura was born "Bagus Banjar". His father was Tumenggung Padmanegara, the regent of Pekalongan. His father was a descendant of Sultan Hadiwijaya, the King of Pajang. Yasadipura I studied with Kyai Honggomoyo, a scholar from the Magelang hermitage.
Yasadipura I is considered to be the greatest of poet Java Island during the 18th century. His works include:
- Serat Rama, adapted from Kakawin Ramayana
- Serat Bratayuda, adapted from Kakawin Bharatayuddha
- Fiber Mintaraga, adaptation of Kakawin Arjuna Wiwaha
- Serat Arjuna Sasrabahu, adapted from Kakawin Arjuna Wijaya
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- M.C. Ricklefs. 1991. History of Modern Indonesia (trans.). Yogyakarta: Gadjah Mada University Press
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