Numerology information Panji:

numerologyName Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear


Definition funny of Panji:

urbanA Panji is a real laid back sort of guy. You can have fun doing absolutely nothing with him. The kind of person who is always there for you, and never lets you feel alone. He lets you cry until you are finished, even if his shirt is covered in tears. He makes you laugh until you are sure your ribs are going to break. He is something no one should underestimate.

urbanThat guy over there is a real Panji.


Songs about Panji:

songsFreaky (Panji Maxi X) by Panji Deejay from the Album Freaky

songsPanji de?re? (Original Mix) by Likid Karma from the Album Kripaya ep

songsPanji Hitam vs. Freemason by F47 Band from the Album Panji Hitam vs. Freemason

songsPanji Keadilan by Panji Keadilan from the Album Panji Keadilan

songsPanji Kedamaian by Suffercation from the Album Karisma...Realiti...Abadi

songsPanji Klanthong by Didi Kempot from the Album The Best 18 Campur Sari

songsPanji Marga - Original by Inyoman Sudana from the Album Inyoman Sudana's Jerum


Books about Panji:

booksPanji practice by hongchu gan (Oct 12, 2014)

booksPañji, The Culture Hero: A Structural Study of Religion in Java (Verhandelingen van het Koninklijk Instituut voor... by W.H. Rassers (Jan 1, 1982)

booksPanji Cheng sketch picture exam template (paperback) by PAN JI CHENG (1991)

booksPANJI SEKAR by Sunan Of Surakarta, D. 1820 Paku Buwana Iv (1979)

booksPanji Narawangsa by Abdul Rahman Kaeh (1989)


booksPañji, the Culture Hero: A Structural Study of Religion in Java (Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde... by W.H. Rassers (Jan 1, 1959)


Wiki information Panji:


Panji was a legendary prince in East Java, Indonesia. His life formed the basis of a cycle of Javanese stories, that, along with the Ramayana and Mahabharata, are the basis of various poems and a genre of wayang known in East Java as wayang gedog....

Madala Panji

Madala Panji is a chronicle of the Jagannath in Puri, Odisha state, India. It describes the historical events of Odisha related to Lord Jagannath or Jagannath Temple. Though the actual date of starting of Panjis is not known, but it is believed that...