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I based India image playing flute to Little Krishna. Music Video : [link]

The Indian-Indonesian relationship stretch back for almost two millennia. The ties between Indonesia and India date back to the times of the Ramayana,[8] "Yawadvipa" (Java) is mentioned in India's earliest epic, the Ramayana. Sugriva, the chief of Rama's army dispatched his men to Yawadvipa, the island of Java, in search of Sita.[9] Indians had visited Indonesia since ancient times, and ancient Indonesian (Austronesian people) has embarked in maritime trade in Southeast Asian seas and Indian Ocean. The Ancient Indians spread Hinduism and many other aspects of Indian culture including the Sanskrit and Brahmi Script. India had played a big role in Indonesian culture, which is a fusion of Indian, Chinese, Southeast Asian, and indigenous Indonesian culture. The trace of Indian influences is most evident in great numbers of Sanskrit loanwords in Indonesian languages.

The name Indonesia derives from the Latin Indus, meaning "India", and the Greek nesos, meaning "island". (due to the similarity of the culture in both regions).[10] The name dates to the 18th century, far predating the formation of independent Indonesia. During the Srivijaya era, many Indonesians studied at Nalanda University in India.[11] Indianised Hindu-Buddhist kingdoms, such as Srivijaya, Medang, Sunda and Majapahit were the predominant governments in Indonesia, and lasted from 200[12] to the 1500s, with the last remaining being in Bali. Source :[link]

Hetalia, England aph, Spain aph, Egypt aph, Italy aph, Macau aph & Netherlands aph belonged to Himaruya H.
Spice Islands is Maluku Islands in Indonesia.
Indonesia aph, Malaysia aph & Portugal aph based on Himaruya's sketch. ([link])
India OC design by dinosaurusgede
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nabela29 Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2014
......that komodo's everywhere.... *run*
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Satsuki98 Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
kakak, satsu izin share ya uwu
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dinosaurusgede Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
boleeee, asal kasih link ke page ini yaa ^^
Satsuki mau share dimana? :D
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Kaigaazuko Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2012
Don't forget that the Srivijayans last descendant became the first Bruneian.
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dinosaurusgede Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
YESSSS *W*
Vijayapura wasnt it ^^
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Kaigaazuko Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2013
Yupssss. Tapi setelah membaca theory baru tentang Negara- negara SEA zaman dulu......entahlah. Keliru ni ya.
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seadog-driftwood Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2012
Wayang kulit! Wonderful stuff - I did a project on that in one of the Balinese gamelan classes I took! Also, my mother brought back one such puppet from when she and my dad visited Bali in the 1970s.
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dinosaurusgede Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Awesome! \(OvO)/ Wow, there's a Balinese gamelan class in your school??
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seadog-driftwood Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2012
Well, I've since graduated, but yes, the University of Toronto has a Balinese Gamelan Semar Pegulingan. The "ringing" sound is amazingly beautiful.
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CatSummoner Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
"bang India~ lihat! ada doujin bikinan orang-orangku lhooo" 8D

gitu kali kata si Indonesia XD
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