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Batik is typical handicraft and souvenir that much sought and searched by visitor or tourist. The art of batik has started to progress and develop in15th century. At that time, the art of batik culture influenced by Buddhism, Hinduism, and Islam for patterns. At that time batik made ​​only in the neighborhood and loved by the daughter of Sultan of Yogyakarta Palace.
Batik has a variety of motives and it is not only from within the country, but batik was also from foreign countries, such as Russia. Indonesia batik motif is also highly variable, such as batik Yogyakarta and Solo batik. Although both use Urkel and Types of cement, in fact, the two are slightly different batik. The difference lies in color pattern. Batik Jogja white with shades of black and typical Solo batik with shades of yellow without white.
What to use of batik fabric is different and there are some rules regarding the use of batik cloth grip at Jogjakarta palace. For event or wedding celebration, batik cloth used should be patterned of Sidoluhur, Sidomukti, Sidoasih, Grompol, and Tarentum. As for event of Mitoni, batik cloth is allowed to wear Batik patterned cloth Parang Mangkoro, or Gringsing Mangkoro, Picis Ceplok Garuda. Some examples of classic batik from Yogyakarta included: banjo, parang, geometry, creeper plant, flower, water plants motif, animals and other life. Using batik today is not just as a fabric but also as ready-made for clothing, bed covers, cushion, and others. Just follow the trends right now and the batik motif does it.