Volunteers of Kraton Palace, known as 'Abdi Dalem', makes 'Tarub' at Kraton Palace during preparations for the Royal Wedding Held For Sultan Hamengkubuwono X's Daughter Gusti Ratu Kanjeng Hayu And KPH Notonegoro on October 21, 2013 in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.  Tarub installed at various spots around the Palace, consists of banana stem, tuwuhan (paddy, coconut and other crops) and janur (young coconut leaves). It is a sign showing that the Kraton of Yogyakarta is holding a royal wedding. Wedding celebrations will take place October 21-23 October. The wedding parade will include 12 royal horse drawn carriages and will be streamed live on the internet so that it can be watched by people all over the world.

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Volunteers at Kraton Palace make tarub arrangements during preparations for the royal wedding of Sultan Hamengkubuwono X’s daughter Gusti Ratu Kanjeng Hayu to KPH Notonegoro, on Monday in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The wedding celebrations will last three days and include a parade, with 12 royal horse-drawn carriages, which will be streamed live on the internet.