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English: Surya Majapahit. "The Sun of Majapahit" is the emblem commonly found in Majapahit ruins. Displaying the image of eight pointed sun rays. The emblem consist of images of 9 Hindu gods and 8 sun rays also symbolize Hindu gods arranged in eight cardinal points. Total 17 Hindu gods represented in Surya Majapahit are: Shiva, Vishnu, Sambhu, Isvara, Mahesora, Brahma, Rudra, Mahadeva, Sangkara, Kuvera, Isana, Indra, Agni, Yama, Nrtti, Varuna, Vayu.
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