Journal published by Balai Pelestarian Nilai Budaya Jawa Barat


Patanjala means river water that is constantly flowing along the path through to the estuary. Just like the characteristics of river water, all humans must do work and good deeds, with a focus on future goals. Patanjala is a journal containing research on cultural preservation of values, traditions, beliefs, arts, films, and history. All published articles are peer-reviewed by industry-specific editors. Patanjala is published by the Center for Preservation of Cultural Values of West Java (Balai Pelestarian Nilai Budaya Jawa Barat). The editorial board receives research articles in the fields o... see more

Subjects: History & Archaeology, Arts, Culture & Humanities

Accreditation: Certified National Journal (Grade 2) by Ristekdikti with Accreditation No. 21/E/KPT/2018.

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