Mangkunegaran

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Kadipaten Mangkunegaran
ꦦꦿꦗꦑꦣꦶꦦꦡꦺꦟ꧀ꦩꦁꦑꦸꦟꦼꦓꦫꦟ꧀
1757–1946
Flag of Mangkunegaran
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Surya Sumirat
The realm of Surakarta Sunanate (red) and Yogyakarta Sultanate (green) in 1830
The realm of Surakarta Sunanate (red) and Yogyakarta Sultanate (green) in 1830
Capital Mangkunegaran City
Common languages Javanese
Religion Islam
Government Monarchy
Adipati (Native prince)  
• 1757–1795
Mangkunegara Ia
• 1944–1987
Mangkunegara VIIIb
• 1987–present
Mangkunegara IX
History  
• 
1757
• Treaty of Salatiga
1757
• Integration with Indonesia
1946
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Surakarta Sunanate
Spacial Region of Surakarta
a. Prince Mangkunegara I
b. Prince Mangkunegara IX; Mangkunegaran integration with Indonesia.
Pura Mangkunegaran
Mangkunegaran coat of arms flanked by European-style cherubins and dvarapala face below

Mangkunegaran is a small Javanese princely state located within the region of Surakarta in Indonesia. It was established in 1757 by Raden Mas Said, when he submitted his army to Pakubuwono III in February, and swore allegiance to the rulers of Surakarta, Yogyakarta, and the Dutch East Indies Company, and was given an appanage of 4000 households.[1]

The Palace of the rulers of Mangkunegaran was established by Raden Mas Said who signed a treaty with the Dutch East India Company (VOC) in 1757. By virtue of the treaty, he became the rule of a part of Eastern Mataram and was henceforth known as Mangkunegara I. Known as Pura Mangkunegaran, the palace is located in the center of the city of Solo.[2]

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  1. ^ M.C. Ricklefs, A History of Modern Indonesia Since c. 1300, 2nd ed., Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1994, 97
  2. ^ BOL - Mangkunegara I

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