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The restoration of Majapahit era artefacts was in fact the transformation of locally regulated shrines into state-regulated, national monuments. These transformations took years and billions of Rupiah. Often they necessitated the movement of homes and gravesites. Sabar’s grandson Nuryadi, who worked for over two decades supervising restoration work, observed that ‘moving people is much easier than moving graves.’ 77 While no graves or houses were moved at Candi Brahu, at Bajang Ratu over fifty graves and one house were moved, necessitating many ceremonies and much negotiation so as to not upset ancestors. Furthermore, the physical form of the reconstructed temples requires builders to imagine the shape of their original form. What is more, the actual construction is done by local people who place and set new and old stones. The massive investment in reconstruction does not stop with the end of a restoration. Physical forces and lines of life constantly transgress the boundaries of official sites, necessitating large teams to maintain the gardens and the monuments. In the experience of Marsaid, the senior juru pelihara at Candi Brahu and local resident, the wet season requires far greater work than dry season due to the phenomenal growth of plants, grass and lichen. Marsaid and the other caretakers clean the Buddhist temple monthly using bamboo ladders and ropes (see Fig. 6.6). The shifts then from local to state regulation require a large initial and ongoing state investment to shape and maintain the site in its imagined original form. Such investments should not then be assumed to sever relations or destroy moral ecologies . Moral ecologies shift with these investments, often shaping new relationships and forms, while older forms wither and become memories if their flows are no longer sustained.

Fig. 6.6Candi Brahu, a reconstructed Buddhist temple at Trowulan, East Java

(Photograph by Tod Jones 2017)

 

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Moral Ecologies by Carl J. Griffin & Roy Jones & Iain J. M. Robertson

Author:Carl J. Griffin & Roy Jones & Iain J. M. Robertson , Date: June 14, 2019

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Author:Carl J. Griffin & Roy Jones & Iain J. M. Robertson

Language: eng

Format: epub

ISBN: 9783030061128

Publisher: Springer International Publishing
The restoration of Majapahit era artefacts was in fact the transformation of locally regulated shrines into state-regulated, national monuments. These transformations took years and billions of Rupiah. Often they necessitated the movement of homes and gravesites. Sabar’s grandson Nuryadi, who worked for over two decades supervising restoration work, observed that ‘moving people is much easier than moving graves.’ 77 While no graves or houses were moved at Candi Brahu, at Bajang Ratu over fifty graves and one house were moved, necessitating many ceremonies and much negotiation so as to not upset ancestors. Furthermore, the physical form of the reconstructed temples requires builders to imagine the shape of their original form. What is more, the actual construction is done by local people who place and set new and old stones. The massive investment in reconstruction does not stop with the end of a restoration. Physical forces and lines of life constantly transgress the boundaries of official sites, necessitating large teams to maintain the gardens and the monuments. In the experience of Marsaid, the senior juru pelihara at Candi Brahu and local resident, the wet season requires far greater work than dry season due to the phenomenal growth of plants, grass and lichen. Marsaid and the other caretakers clean the Buddhist temple monthly using bamboo ladders and ropes (see Fig. 6.6). The shifts then from local to state regulation require a large initial and ongoing state investment to shape and maintain the site in its imagined original form. Such investments should not then be assumed to sever relations or destroy moral ecologies . Moral ecologies shift with these investments, often shaping new relationships and forms, while older forms wither and become memories if their flows are no longer sustained.

Fig. 6.6Candi Brahu, a reconstructed Buddhist temple at Trowulan, East Java

(Photograph by Tod Jones 2017)

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