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Photographed : Dimas Handono Djati
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Located : Private Garden Depok
House West Java.
Object : Flower in backyard,
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Friday, January 22, 2016
Benyamin was born in Kemayoran, Batavia, on 5 March 1939. His parents were Suaeb and Aisyah.
His father real name was Sukirman, but changed to Suaeb since he lived in Batavia. At the age of two, Benyamin's father died. Later on, he was permitted to be a street performer.
In 1946, he studied at Bendungan Jago Elementary School. When he was in the fifth or sixth grade, he moved to Santo Yusuf Elementary School in Bandung.
After graduating, he continued his studies at Taman Madya Cikini Junior High School, and then Taman Siswa Senior High School in Kemayoran. He later studied at the Jakarta Academy of Banking for one year, but did not finish. He originally wanted to become a pilot, but his mother forbade him; he eventually found work as bread seller, then as a bus conductor.
Benyamin Sueb (often written Benyamin S. or called Bang Ben) (5 March 1939 – 5 September 1995) was an Indonesian comedian, actor, and singer. He released 46 studio albums and starred in more than 50 films.
He was the winner two Citra Awards for the movie Intan Berduri in 1973 and Si Doel Anak Modern in 1975. Career Music In the 1950s, Benyamin joined the Melody Boys, who played calypso music, rhumba, cha-cha, jazz, blues, rock n roll and some keroncong. The band performed some famous songs including "When I Fall in Love", "Blue Moon" and "Unchained Melody". They also performed their own songs, like "Kisah Cinta" ("Love Story"), "Panon Hideung" ("Black Eye") and "Si Neneng".
He also played jazz with Jack Lemmers and Bill Saragih. In 1963, the Melody Boys changed their name to Melodi Ria. In the late 1960s, several songs that were composed by him were sung by Bing Slamet, including "Nonton Bioskop" ("Watching a Movie at the Theatre"), "Hujan Gerimis" ("Drizzle"), "Endeng-Endengan" and "Ada-Ada Saja" ("It is What it is"). From the late 1960s until the early 1970s, he was influenced by John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers' blues and James Brown's soul.
In 1977, Benyamin wrote "Pungli", a critical song to government. In 1992, he formed a new group named Al-Haj. The band released the album Biang Kerok. In "Ampunan" ("Forgiveness"), he sang seriously. However, in "I'm a Teacher" and "Kisah Kucing Tua" ("Story of an Old Cat") he sang humorously. Style-wise, "Dingin-Dingin Dimandiin" ("Cold when Bathed") is rock. "Ampunan" influenced by Genesis' Watcher of the Skies. The album was also influenced by The Beatles' "Lady Madonna".
Benyamin used music as a medium of reflection and contemplation, to critique the current socio-political situation. His music is a portrait of the marginal. Many of his used the theme of the "tukang" (meaning handyman in Indonesian), such as "Tukang Solder", "Tukang Becak", and "Tukang Kredit".His musical style was various. He used some blues, soul, and funk musics in his works. Other genres he used in his songs were rock and dangdut.
Film In 1970, Benyamin made his debut in Banteng Betawi. In 1972, he starred in his eighth film as Jamal, the main character in Intan Berduri. He was paired with Rima Melati.
In 1973, he collaborated with Bing Slamet on Ambisi (Ambition) and Bing Slamet Setan Djalanan (Bing Slamet the Street Demon). He also collaborated with Sjumandjaja on Si Doel Anak Betawi. After starring in Si Doel Anak Betawi, he appeared in the sequel, Si Doel Anak Modern in 1975. As a producer, he formed the movie company Jiung Film, which created Musuh Bebuyutan (Arch-Nemesis; 1974), Benyamin Koboi Ngungsi (Benjamin the Refugee Cowboy; 1975) and Hippies Lokal (Local Hippies; 1976).
He also starred in eleven films which featured his name in the title, including Benyamin Biang Kerok (1972), Benyamin Brengsek (Benyamin the Asshole; 1973) and Benyamin Jatuh Cinta (Benyamin Falls in Love; 1976). In the 1980s, after releasing Betty Bencong Slebor (Betty, the Frightful Transvestite), he decided to stop producing his own films and closed his movie company due to his revenues being less than production costs.
Tuesday, January 19, 2016
In this world, many found a temple or shrine. The buildings are usually created as a place of prayer, particularly for Hinduism and Buddhism. Where and what are the biggest temple in the world? Here are the 10 biggest temple in the world.
10) Chion-in, Japan
Chion-in Temple was built in 1234 by a pupil of teacher Honen, Genchi. It is unique that the first of these temples are carved in the form contained in each of the Tokugawa family crest temple roof beams. One architect who helped rebuild the temple put some umbrellas in front of the temple because it is believed to help lower the rain.
9) Shwedagon, Burma
According to legend, the temple more than 2,500 years old. Also known as the Golden Temple, this temple consists of stupas and pagodas. The temple is located in downtown Yangon, Burma, and decorate the city scenery.
8) Harmandir Sahib, India
Also known as the Golden Temple, Harmandir Sahib is a holy place for Sikhs. The entire building is made of golden temples, and located in the middle of the lake. Harmandir Sahib is located in the city of Amritsar.
7) Wat Rong Khun, Thailand
Wat Rong Khun is a Hindu and Buddhist temples in the city of Chiang Rai. The temple was designed by Chalermchai Kositpipat, construction began in 1997. The peculiarity of this temple is the white color of the building. Until now this temple will still be enlarged and built.
6) Prambanan, Indonesia
Prambanan Hindu temple complex was built in 9th century. Prambanan symbolizes the Trimurti, namely Brahma (the creator), Vishnu (preserver), and the god Shiva (the destroyer).
Prambanan is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of the main tourist destinations of Yogyakarta.
5) Temple of Heaven, People's Republic of China
Temple of Heaven is a Taoist temple complex located in the southeast of Beijing. The complex was visited by the emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties for annual prayer to heaven in order to get a good harvest. This temple is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Site and an icon of the city of Beijing.
4) Srirangam temple, India
Srirangam temple is a temple dedicated to the god Ranganatha. Now, this temple is the largest temple in India and is one of the largest Hindu temples in the world. This temple is a major tourist destination for Tamil Nadu, India.
3) Tiger's Nest Monastery, Bhutan
Tiger's Nest Monastery is a sacred site for Buddhists Himalayas, located at the top of the Paro Valley. In the 8th century, Guru Padmasambhava meditation in this cave for three months. In 1692, around the cave complex in the wake of this. The complex is situated on the edge of a precipice. The complex is also a tourist icon of Bhutan.
2) Borobudur, Indonesia
Borobudur is the biggest Buddhist temple in Indonesia, and Southeast Asia. The temple has 2.672 relief panels, 504 stupas and Buddha statues. This temple is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Site and a major tourist icon Java.
1) Angkor Wat, Cambodia
Well, here's the largest temple in the world. Angkor Wat is a Hindu Buddhist complex in the world. The complex was built in the early 12th century to be offered to the King Suryavarman II as a place to live and where his administration. This complex design is based on building design Khmer. Angkor Wat means "City of Temples', and now Angkor Wat is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Site and a major tourist destination for Cambodia.
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