Famous people on Indonesia's street names



Sudirman 119 Sudirman was a high-ranking Indonesian military officer during the Indonesian National Revolution. The first commander of the Indonesian National Armed Forces, he continues to be widely respected in the country.

Ahmad Yani

Ahmad Yani 111 General Ahmad Yani was the Commander of the Indonesian Army, and was killed by members of the 30 September Movement during an attempt to kidnap him from his house.


Diponegoro 57 Prince Diponegoro, also known as Dipanegara, was a Javanese prince who opposed the Dutch colonial rule. The eldest son of the Yogyakarta Sultan Hamengkubuwono III, he played an important role in the Java War between 1825 and 1830. After his defeat and capture, he was exiled to Makassar, where he died at 69 years old.

I Gusti Ngurah Rai

I Gusti Ngurah Rai 47 Colonel I Gusti Ngurah Rai was an Indonesian National Hero who commanded Indonesian forces in Bali against the Dutch during the Indonesian War of Independence. He was killed in the Battle of Margarana.

Djuanda Kartawidjaja

Djuanda Kartawidjaja 42 Djuanda Kartawidjaja, more commonly referred to mononymously as Djuanda, was an Indonesian politician and technocrat who held various positions during the presidency of Sukarno, most notably as prime minister of Indonesia and a cabinet minister in several cabinets.


Sukarno 40 Sukarno was an Indonesian statesman, orator, revolutionary, and nationalist who was the first president of Indonesia, serving from 1945 to 1967.


Kartini 39 Raden Adjeng Kartini, also known as Raden Ayu Kartini, was a prominent Indonesian activist who advocated for women's rights and female education.

Gatot Soebroto

Gatot Soebroto 38 General Gatot Soebroto was an Indonesian general who began his military career with the Royal Dutch East Indies Army (KNIL) and rose to be deputy Army chief-of-staff.

Tuanku Imam Bonjol

Tuanku Imam Bonjol 37 Tuanku Imam Bonjol, also known as Muhammad Syahab, Peto Syarif, and Malim Basa, was one of the most popular leaders of the Padri movement in Central Sumatra. He was declared a National Hero of Indonesia.

Gajah Mada

Gajah Mada 37 Gajah Mada, also known as Jirnnodhara, was a powerful military leader and mahapatih of the Javanese empire of Majapahit during the 14th century. He is credited in Old Javanese manuscripts, poems, and inscriptions with bringing the empire to its peak of glory.

Yos Sudarso

Yos Sudarso 30 Commodore Yosaphat "Yos" Sudarso was an Indonesian naval officer killed at the Battle of Arafura Sea. At the time of his death, Yos Sudarso was deputy chief of staff of the Indonesian Navy and in charge of an action to infiltrate Dutch New Guinea. He was promoted to vice admiral posthumously.

Maulana Hasanuddin of Banten

Maulana Hasanuddin of Banten 27 Maulana Hasanuddin was a ruler of the Banten Sultanate from c. 1552 to 1570. Hasanuddin was a Azmatkhani Ba 'Alawi Sayyid, the son of Sunan Gunungjati and Nyai Ratu Kawunganten.

Mohammad Husni Thamrin

Mohammad Husni Thamrin 24 Mohammad Husni Thamrin was a Eurasian-Betawi political thinker and Indonesian nationalist who advocated for the independence of the Dutch colony in the East Indies. After his death, he was regarded as an Indonesian National Hero.

Teuku Umar

Teuku Umar 21 Teuku Umar was a leader of a guerrilla campaign against the Dutch in Aceh during the Aceh War. He fell when Dutch troops launched a surprise attack in Meulaboh. His body was buried in the Mugo area. After Teuku Umar's death, his wife Cut Nyak Dhien continued to lead the guerrillas against the Dutch. He was later made a Pahlawan Nasional Indonesia.

Wahid Hasyim

Wahid Hasyim 20 Abdul Wahid Hasyim was the first Minister of Religious Affairs in the government of President Sukarno of Indonesia, a post he held in 1945, and from 1949 to 1952.


Pattimura 20 Thomas Matulessy, also known as Kapitan Pattimura or simply Pattimura, was a famous Ambonese soldier who became a symbol of both the Maluku and Indonesian struggle for independence, praised by President Sukarno and declared a national hero by President Suharto. He has several namesakes in both the Netherlands and in the Indonesian archipelago.

Siswondo Parman

Siswondo Parman 19 Lieutenant General Siswondo Parman or more popularly known such as in streets name as S. Parman, was a soldier in the Indonesian Army, and was kidnapped from his home in Jakarta by members of the 30 September Movement in the early hours of October 1. He was later killed at Lubang Buaya.

Mas Tirtodarmo Haryono

Mas Tirtodarmo Haryono 19 Lieutenant General Mas Tirtodarmo Haryono was a general officer in the Indonesian Army who was killed during an attempt to kidnap him from his home by members of the 30 September Movement in the early hours of 1 October 1965.

Oemar Said Tjokroaminoto

Oemar Said Tjokroaminoto 19 Oemar Said Tjokroaminoto, better known in Indonesia as H.O.S. Tjokroaminoto, was an Indonesian nationalist. He became one of the leaders of the Islamic Trade Union, founded by Samanhudi, which became Sarekat Islam, which they both cofounded.

Sultan Agung of Mataram

Sultan Agung of Mataram 18 Sultan Anyakrakusuma is known as Sultan Agung was the third Sultan of Mataram in Central Java ruling from 1613 to 1645. He was a skilled soldier who conquered neighbouring states and expanded and consolidated his kingdom to its greatest territorial and military power.

Hayam Wuruk

Hayam Wuruk 18 Hayam Vuruk (1334–1389), also called Rajasanagara, Pa-ta-na-pa-na-wu, or Bhatara Prabhu after 1350, was a Javanese Hindu emperor from the Rajasa dynasty and the 4th emperor of the Majapahit Empire. Together with his prime minister Gajah Mada, he reigned the empire at the time of its greatest power. During his reign, the Hindu epics, the Ramayana and the Mahabharata, became ingrained in the culture and worldview of the Javanese through the wayang kulit. He was preceded by Tribhuwana Wijayatunggadewi, and succeeded by his son-in-law Wikramawardhana.

Untung Surapati

Untung Surapati 17 Untung Suropati also Untung Surapati was an Indonesian warfighter who led a few rebellions against the Dutch East India Company (VOC). Some of his exploits were written in Babad Tanah Jawi.

Katamso Darmokusumo

Katamso Darmokusumo 17 Katamso Darmokusumo was the commander of Military District (Korem) 072 in the Diponegoro Area Military command of the Indonesian Army in Central Java. He was kidnapped and killed by members of the 30 September Movement.

King Siliwangi

King Siliwangi 17 King Siliwangi or Prabu Siliwangi was a semi-legendary great king of the Hindu Sunda kingdom before the coming of Islam in West Java.

Ahmad Dahlan

Ahmad Dahlan 17 Kyai Haji Ahmad Dahlan, often abbreviated to K.H. Ahmad Dahlan, was an Indonesian Muslim religious leader and revivalist, who established the Muhammadiyah organization. Which would become one of the largest Muslim organizations in Indonesia, second only to the Nahdlatul Ulama. Born in Kauman, Yogyakarta, he was the son of an imam of a local mosque and traced his origins from the lineage of Muhammad. Ahmad Dahlan performed the Hajj pilgrimage when he was 15 years old, and he lived in Mecca for another five years.

Basuki Rahmat

Basuki Rahmat 16 Major General (Ret) Basuki Rahmat was an Indonesian general, National Hero and a witness to the signing of the Supersemar document transferring power from President Sukarno to General Suharto.


Soengkono 15 Mayor Jenderal TNI (Purn.) Soengkono adalah seorang tokoh militer Indonesia dan merupakan tokoh dalam Pertempuran Surabaya 10 November 1945 di Surabaya, Jawa Timur. Saat itu ia menjabat komandan BKR. Saat ini namanya diabadikan menjadi nama jalan utama di Kota Surabaya yaitu Jalan Mayjen Sungkono.


Soetomo 15 Soetomo was an Indonesian physician and nationalist. He was the co-founder of Boedi Oetomo, the first native political society in the Dutch East Indies, and led the Great Indonesia Party (Parindra) from 1935 until his death. Soetomo was declared a national hero by President Sukarno in 1961.

Oerip Soemohardjo

Oerip Soemohardjo 14 General Raden Oerip Soemohardjo was an Indonesian general, the first chief of staff of the Indonesian National Armed Forces, and the interim Commander of the Indonesian National Armed Forces. He received several awards from the Indonesian government, including the title National Hero of Indonesia in 1964. He was also a recognized Catholic by the Holy See, by which Pope Paul VI dedicated a memorial chalice for him with a Latin inscription acknowledging his legacy.

Dewi Sri

Dewi Sri 13 Dewi Sri or Shridevi is the Javanese, Sundanese, and Balinese Hindu Goddess of rice and fertility, still widely worshiped on the islands of Java, Bali and Lombok, Indonesia. She is often associated or equated with the Hindu goddess Lakshmi, the shakti (consort) of Vishnu.

Sutoyo Siswomiharjo

Sutoyo Siswomiharjo 13 Major General Sutoyo Siswomiharjo was an Indonesian general who was kidnapped and later murdered during the attempted coup by the 30 September Movement.

Prince Antasari

Prince Antasari 13 Prince Antasari, also known by his Indonesian name Pangeran Antasari, was a sultan of Banjar and is a National Hero of Indonesia. His son Prince Hijrah is one of the leaders of The Navy.

Arif Rahman Hakim

Arif Rahman Hakim 13 Arif Rahman Hakim adalah mahasiswa Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas Indonesia yang meninggal karena ditembak sewaktu berlangsungnya demonstrasi mahasiswa yang menuntut Tri Tuntutan Rakyat (Tritura) atas pemerintahan Orde Lama di bawah Presiden Soekarno pada tanggal 24 Februari 1966.

Rasuna Said

Rasuna Said 11 Hajjah Rangkayo Rasuna Said was a campaigner for Indonesian independence and women's rights, particularly their rights to education and participation in politics. Being politically active herself prior and after Indonesia's independence, Rasuna Said became a member of various political organizations and later served as a member of the Provisional People's Representative Council and the Supreme Advisory Council under Sukarno's tenure. Due to her involvement in Indonesia's struggle for independence, she was recognized posthumously as an Indonesian national heroine.

Soeprapto (general)

Soeprapto (general) 11 Lieutenant General R. Soeprapto was the Second Deputy Commander of the Indonesian Army, and was kidnapped from his home in Jakarta by members of the 30 September Movement in the early hours of 1 October. He was later killed at Lubang Buaya.

Dewi Sartika

Dewi Sartika 11 Dewi Sartika was an advocate for and pioneer of education for women in Indonesia. She founded the first school for women in the Dutch East Indies. She was honoured as a National Hero of Indonesia in 1966.

Pierre Tendean

Pierre Tendean 11 Pierre Andries Tendean was an Indonesian Army lieutenant. He was best known as a victim of the 30th September Movement (G30S) and posthumously awarded as revolution hero, later Indonesian national hero.


Nakula 11 Nakula was the fourth of the five Pandava brothers in the ancient Indian epic, the Mahabharata. He and his twin brother Sahadeva were the sons of Madri, one of the wives of the Pandava patriarch Pandu, and Ashvini Kumaras, the divine twin physicians of the gods, whom she invoked to beget her sons due to Pandu's inability to progenate. Nakula is described as the most handsome man of his lineage, and was renowned for his beauty, skill in swordsmanship and horse keeping.

Wahidin Soedirohoesodo

Wahidin Soedirohoesodo 11 Wahidin Soedirohoesodo (1852–1917) was a medical doctor and education reformer in the Dutch East Indies who co-founded the Javanese self-improvement society Budi Utomo. Therefore, he is sometimes considered an early figure in the Indonesian National Awakening. In 1973 he was declared a National Hero of Indonesia.

Eddy Martadinata

Eddy Martadinata 10 Admiral Raden Eddy Martadinata was an Indonesian Navy admiral and diplomat. He was given the title of National Hero of Indonesia posthumously in 1966. He is recognized as one of the founders of the Indonesian Navy.


Arjuna 10 Arjuna, also known as Partha and Dhananjaya, is a protagonist of the Hindu epic Mahabharata. In the epic he is the third of five Pandava brothers, from the lineage of the Kuru. In the Mahabharata War, Arjuna was a key warrior from the Pandava side and killed many warriors. Before the beginning of the war, his mentor Krishna gave him the supreme knowledge of the Bhagavad Gita to overcome his moral dilemmas. Arjuna was the son of Kunti, the wife of Kuru King Pandu, and the god Indra, who fathered him due to Pandu's curse. Arjuna was the main protagonist of Mahabharata. In the Mahabharata, Arjuna is depicted as a skilled archer from an early age, as a student who earns the favor of his preceptor Drona, as the primary adversary of Kauravas, and the betrothed of Draupadi, who became the common wife of the Pandavas. Arjuna is twice exiled, first for breaking a pact with his brothers, and again with his brothers after his oldest brother is tricked into gambling away the throne. During his first exile, Arjuna married Ulupi, Chitrāngadā and Subhadra. From his four wives, Arjuna had four sons, one from each wife — Shrutakarma, Iravan, Babhruvahana and Abhimanyu. During his second exile, Arjuna gained many celestial weapons. Despite being a warrior, Arjuna also possessed skills in music and dance. At the end of the epic the Pandavas, accompanied by Draupadi, retire to the Himalayas, where everyone in time passes away to arrive in Heaven.

Wage Rudolf Supratman

Wage Rudolf Supratman 10 Wage Rudolf Soepratman was an Indonesian journalist and songwriter who wrote both the lyrics and melody of the national anthem of Indonesia – "Indonesia Raya". He is an Indonesian National Hero.

Djamin Ginting

Djamin Ginting 10 Lieutenant General Djamin Ginting, was an Indonesian military officer and independence fighter from Tanah Karo. He was appointed a National Hero of Indonesia by President Joko Widodo on 7 November 2014.

I Gusti Ketut Jelantik

I Gusti Ketut Jelantik 9 I Gusti Ketut Jelantik (-1849) was a Balinese Prime Minister of the state of Buleleng, who resisted the imposition of Dutch treaties.

Robert Wolter Mongisidi

Robert Wolter Mongisidi 9 Robert Wolter Mongisidi was part of Indonesia's struggle for independence from the Dutch in South Sulawesi.

Agus Salim

Agus Salim 9 Haji Agus Salim was an Indonesian journalist, diplomat, and statesman. He served as Indonesia's Minister of Foreign Affairs between 1947 and 1949.

D. I. Pandjaitan

D. I. Pandjaitan 9 Major General Donald Isaac Pandjaitan was an Indonesian General who was killed during a kidnap attempt by the members of the 30 September Movement. Among the 6 Army Generals who perished during the coup attempt, he was the sole Christian.

Si Singamangaraja XII

Si Singamangaraja XII 8 Patuan Bosar Sinambela ginoar Ompu Pulo Batu, better known as Si Singamangaraja XII, was the last priest-king of the Batak peoples of north Sumatra. In the course of fighting a lengthy guerrilla war against the Dutch colonisation of Sumatra from 1878 onwards, he was killed in a skirmish with Dutch troops in 1907. He was declared a National Hero of Indonesia in 1961 for his resistance to Dutch colonialism.

T. B. Simatupang

T. B. Simatupang 8 Tahi Bonar Simatupang was a soldier who served in the Indonesian National Revolution and went on to become chief of staff of the Indonesian Armed Forces.

Iskandar Muda

Iskandar Muda 8 Iskandar Muda was the twelfth Sultan of Acèh Darussalam, under whom the sultanate achieved its greatest territorial extent, holding sway as the strongest power and wealthiest state in the western Indonesian archipelago and the Strait of Malacca. "Iskandar Muda" literally means "young Alexander," and his conquests were often compared to those of Alexander the Great. In addition to his notable conquests, during his reign, Aceh became known as an international centre of Islamic learning and trade. He was the last Sultan of Aceh who was a direct lineal male descendant of Ali Mughayat Syah, the founder of the Aceh Sultanate. Iskandar Muda's death meant that the founding dynasty of the Aceh Sultanate, the House of Meukuta Alam died out and was replaced by another dynasty.


Fatmawati 8 Fatmawati was a National Hero of Indonesia. As the inaugural First Lady of Indonesia, she was the third wife of the first president of Indonesia, Sukarno, and the mother of Indonesia's first female president, Megawati Sukarnoputri. She constructed the first flag flown by Indonesia.

Soeprapto (prosecutor)

Soeprapto (prosecutor) 7 Soeprapto was the fourth Attorney General of Indonesia. Born in Trenggalek, East Java, Soeprapto studied law in Jakarta, finding work in the legal system soon after graduating in 1920. After transferring often, in the early 1940s he reached Pekalongan and became the head of the court for Native Indonesians. Escaping Pekalongan during Operation Product with the help of a prisoner he had just sentenced, Soeprapto made his way to Yogyakarta and began to work as a prosecutor. When the government moved to Jakarta in 1950, Soeprapto went with it. In January 1951, he was selected to be Prosecutor General of Indonesia, serving until 1 April 1959.

Ki Hajar Dewantara

Ki Hajar Dewantara 7 Raden Mas Soewardi Soerjaningrat ; from 1922 also known as Ki Hadjar Dewantara, which is also written as Ki Hajar Dewantoro to reflect its Javanese pronunciation, was a leading Indonesian independence movement activist, writer, columnist, politician, and pioneer of education for native Indonesians in Dutch colonial times. He founded the Taman Siswa school, an institution that provided education for indigenous commoners, which otherwise was limited to the Javanese aristocracy and the Dutch colonials.


Mulavarman 7 Sri Mulavarman Nala Deva, was the king of the Kutai Martadipura Kingdom located in eastern Borneo around the year 400 CE. What little is known of him comes from the seven Yupa inscriptions found at a sanctuary in Kutai, East Kalimantan. He is known to have been generous to brahmins through the giving of gifts including thousands of cattle and large amounts of gold.


Samanhudi 6 Hadji Samanhudi was the founder of Sarekat Dagang Islam, an organization in Indonesia that previously served as an association for batik traders in Surakarta, and later broadened its scope to nationalist political issues.


Sutami 6 Prof. Dr. (H.C.) Ir. Sutami atau Soetami adalah seorang insinyur sipil yang pernah menjabat Menteri Pekerjaan Umum Indonesia. Ia sudah menjadi Menteri sejak tahun 1964 pada Kabinet Dwikora I masa pemerintahan Presiden Soekarno sebagai Menteri Negara diperbantukan pada Menteri Koordinator Pekerjaan Umum dan Tenaga untuk urusan penilaian konstruksi hingga tahun 1978 pada Kabinet Pembangunan II masa pemerintahan Presiden Soeharto selama 13,5 tahun. Ir. Sutami adalah Menteri Pekerjaan Umum "terlama" dengan masa jabatan selama 12 tahun pada 6 kabinet dihitung sejak menjabat Menteri Koordinator Kompartimen Pekerjaan Umum dan Tenaga pada Kabinet Dwikora II.

Sam Ratulangi

Sam Ratulangi 6 Gerungan Saul Samuel Jacob Ratulangi, known as Sam Ratulangi, was a Minahasan teacher, journalist, politician, and national hero from North Sulawesi, Indonesia. He was part of the committee that ratified the Constitution of Indonesia and served as the first Governor of Sulawesi.

Oto Iskandar di Nata

Oto Iskandar di Nata 5 Oto Iskandar di Nata was an Indonesian politician and National Hero.                               

Slamet Rijadi

Slamet Rijadi 5 Brigadier General Ignatius Slamet Rijadi was an Indonesian soldier.                                 


Kunti 5 Kunti, born Pritha, is a prominent figure in the Hindu epic Mahabharata. Recognized for her pivotal role as the mother of Karna and the Pandavas, the central protagonists of the narrative, she is depicted as possessing notable beauty, intelligence, and shrewdness.

Tuanku Tambusai

Tuanku Tambusai 5 Sheikh Haji Muhammad Saleh, better known as Tuanku Tambusai, was an Islamic leader in the Padri movement. He fought the Adat and Dutch colonists during the Padri Wars in 1838, along with his contemporaries, Tuanku Imam Bonjol and Tuanku Rao.

Daan Mogot

Daan Mogot 5 Major Daniel Elias Mogot was a military officer involved in the Indonesian National Revolution. He was part of a group that established the Tangerang Military Academy and became its first director. He was killed during the Lengkong incident, an attempt to disarm a Japanese army depot in Lengkong.

Mas Mansoer

Mas Mansoer 5 Mas Mansoer was an Indonesian religious leader who served as the 4th chairman of Muhammadiyah from 1937 to 1942. He was declared a national hero by President Sukarno in 1964.


Margonda 4 Margonda, meninggal di usia 27 tahun dalam pertempuran ketika pasukannya menyerang tentara Inggris di Kali Bata pada 16 November 1945) adalah salah seorang pejuang kemerdekaan. Namanya diabadikan sebagai nama jalan utama di Kota Depok yaitu Jalan Margonda Raya.

Sutan Sjahrir

Sutan Sjahrir 4 Sutan Sjahrir was an Indonesian politician, and revolutionary independence leader, who served as the first Prime Minister of Indonesia, from 1945 until 1947. Previously, he was a key Indonesian nationalist organizer in the 1930s and 1940s. Unlike some of his colleagues, he did not support the Japanese during the Japanese occupation and fought in the resistance against them. He was considered to be an idealist and an intellectual.


Keumalahayati 4 Keumalahayati, or Malahayati, was an admiral of the Aceh Sultanate navy, which ruled the area of modern Aceh Province, Sumatra, Indonesia. She was the first woman admiral in the modern world. Her troops were drawn from Aceh's widows and the army named the "Inong Balee", after Fort Inong Balee in the city of Sabang.

Hasyim Asy'ari

Hasyim Asy'ari 4 Kyai Haji Hasyim Asy'ari was an Indonesian ulama, National Hero and founder of Nahdlatul Ulama.     

Ario Soerjo

Ario Soerjo 4 Raden Mas Tumenggung Ario Soerjo is now regarded as a National Hero of Indonesia. Soerjo and two policemen were captured by pro-communist (PKI) troop at Walikukun, Widodaren, Ngawi on 9 November 1948, and their dead bodies were found afterwards.

Mohammad Yamin

Mohammad Yamin 4 Mohammad Yamin was an Indonesian poet, politician, and national hero who played a key role in the writing of the draft preamble to the 1945 constitution.

Adam Malik

Adam Malik 3 Adam Malik Batubara was an Indonesian politician, diplomat, and journalist, who served as the third vice president of Indonesia from 1978 until 1983, under President Suharto. Previously, he served in a number of diplomatic and governmental positions, including Speaker of the People's Consultative Assembly from 1977 to 1978, Speaker of the People's Representative Council from 1977 to 1978, Foreign Minister of Indonesia from 1966 until 1977, and president of the United Nations General Assembly from 1971 until 1972.

Soerjadi Soerjadarma

Soerjadi Soerjadarma 3 Air Chief Marshal (Ret.) Elang Soerjadi Soerjadarma was the Commander of the Indonesian National Armed Forces from 1959 to 1962 and the Chief of Staff of the Indonesian Air Force from 1946 to 1962.

Benyamin Sueb

Benyamin Sueb 3 Benyamin Sueb was an Indonesian comedian, actor and singer. He released 46 studio albums and starred in more than 50 films. He received two Citra Awards for Intan Berduri in 1973 and Si Doel Anak Modern in 1975.

Dewi Ratih

Dewi Ratih 3 Dewi Ratih, also known as Sang Hyang Ratih or Sang Hyang Semara Ratih, is a Hindu lunar goddess worshipped in Java and Bali. She is well known for her beauty and grace, thus she was also known as the Goddess of Beauty. Her myth is linked to lunar eclipses.


Soepomo 3 Soepomo was an Indonesian politician and lawyer who served as the country's first Minister of Justice from August until November 1945 and again from December 1949 until 6 September 1950. Known as the father of Indonesia's constitution, he was posthumously declared an Indonesian National Hero by President Sukarno in 1965.


Sutomo 3 Sutomo, also known as Bung Tomo, was an Indonesian freedom fighter, and is best known for his role as an Indonesian military leader during the Indonesian National Revolution against the United Kingdom and the Netherlands. He played a central role in Battle of Surabaya when the British attacked the city in October and November 1945.

Abdul Haris Nasution

Abdul Haris Nasution 3 Abdul Haris Nasution was a high-ranking Indonesian general and politician. He served in the military during the Indonesian National Revolution and he remained in the military during the subsequent turmoil of the Parliamentary democracy and Guided Democracy. Following the fall of President Sukarno from power, he became the Speaker of the People's Consultative Assembly under President Suharto. Born into a Batak Muslim family, in the village of Hutapungkut, Dutch East Indies, he studied teaching and enrolled at a military academy in Bandung.

Darsono (militer)

Darsono (militer) 3 Letnan Jenderal TNI (Purn.) Darsono, adalah seorang Purnawirawan TNI-AD yang sebelumnya menjabat sebagai Wakil Kepala Staf TNI Angkatan Darat.

Ciung Wanara

Ciung Wanara 3 Ciung Wanara is a legend among Sundanese people, in Indonesia. Ciung Wanara was a nickname of Prince Manarah of Sunda–Galuh Kingdom. He was a relative of the famous King Sanjaya of Mataram.


Ranggawarsita 3 Raden Ngabehi Ranggawarsita was a Javanese philosopher and poet. He was born into the famous literary Yasadipura family in Surakarta, in Central Java. He is sometimes called the last Javanese poet.

Ide Anak Agung Gde Agung

Ide Anak Agung Gde Agung 3 Ide Anak Agung Gde Agung, alternatively spelled too as Ida Anak Agung Gde Agung, was an Indonesian ethnic-Balinese politician, historian, and National Hero, who was the Raja of Gianyar, Bali, and served as the prime minister of the State of East Indonesia from 1947 to 1949, and the Foreign Affairs Minister of Indonesia from 1955 until 1956.


Iswahyudi 3 Air Commodore Iswahyudi was an Indonesian airman and National Hero. On 14 December 1947, the plane he was flying with Halim Perdanakusuma crashed off the coast of Tanjung Hantu Hill, Perak, Malayan Union. Halim's body was later found, but Iswahyudi's was never recovered.

Sedap Malam

Sedap Malam 3 Sedap Malam is a 1951 film directed by Ratna Asmara and produced by Djamaluddin Malik for Persari. Starring Sukarsih and M. Pandji Anom, it follows a woman who descends into prostitution after her husband marries another woman. It was both Persari's first production and the first film directed by a woman in Indonesian history.

Raden Patah

Raden Patah 3 Raden Patah, also known as Jin Bun was the first sultan of the Demak Sultanate. Ascending to the throne in 1475, he remained a vassal of the Majapahit Empire until 1478. Raden Patah took the title Panembahan Jimbun after legitimizing the Sultanate of Demak as the successor state to the Majapahit Empire, with the Wali Sanga appointing him as the Sultan of Demak.

Abdullah Abdul Kadir

Abdullah Abdul Kadir 3 Abdullah bin Abdul al Kadir (1796–1854) also known as Munshi Abdullah, was a Malayan writer. The term Munshi means "teacher" or "educator". He was a famous Malacca-born munshi of Singapore and died in Jeddah, a part of the Ottoman Empire.

Iwa Koesoemasoemantri

Iwa Koesoemasoemantri 3 Iwa Koesoemasoemantri was an Indonesian politician. Born in Ciamis, West Java, Iwa graduated from legal school in the Dutch East Indies and Netherlands before spending time at a school in the Soviet Union. After returning to Indonesia he established himself as a lawyer, nationalist, and, later, a figure for workers' rights. During the first twenty years of Indonesia's independence Iwa held several cabinet positions. After retiring he continued to write. In 2002 Iwa was declared a National Hero of Indonesia.
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