Indonesia Currency 10000 Rupiah banknote 1985 Kartini

Indonesia Currency 10000 Rupiah banknote 1985 Raden Adjeng Kartini
Indonesia Currency 10000 Rupiah banknote 1985 Female university graduate or Woman scholar

Currency of Indonesia 10000 Rupiah banknote 1985 Kartini
Bank Indonesia - central bank of the Republic of Indonesia

Obverse: Portrait of Raden Adjeng Kartini with the Prambanan temple as the backdrop. The National emblem of Indonesia (Garuda Pancasila) at upper right area.
Reverse: Female university graduate or Woman scholar and the Red and White National Flag.

Watermark: Portrait of Tjipto Mangoenkoesoemo.
Signed by: Mr. Arifin M. Siregar (Gubernur) and Mr. Sujitno Siswowidagdo (Direktur).
Size : 158 × 88 mm.
Dominant Color: Purple.
Printer: Perum Peruri (Perum Percetakan Uang Republik Indonesia, Money Printing Public Company of the Republic of Indonesia).
Emission Date: 27 December 1985.
Withdrawal Date: 25 September 1995.

Raden Adjeng Kartini (21 April 1879 – 17 September 1904), sometimes known as Raden Ayu Kartini, was a prominent Indonesian national heroine from Java. She was also a pioneer in the area of education for girls and women's rights for Indonesians.
  Born into an aristocratic Javanese family in the Dutch East Indies, now Indonesia, she attended a Dutch language primary school. She aspired to further education but the option was unavailable to her and other girls in Javanese society. She came into contact with various officials and influential people including J.H. Abendanon, in charge of implementing the Dutch Ethical Policy.
  Kartini wrote letters about her feelings and they were published in a Dutch magazine and later as: Out of Darkness to Light, Women's Life in the Village and Letters of a Javanese Princess. Her birthday is now celebrated as Kartini Day in Indonesia. She took an interest in mysticism and opposed polygamy. Her advocacy for the education of girls was continued by her sisters. Kartini Schools were named for her and a fund established in her name to fund the education of girls.

  In 1964, President Sukarno declared Raden Adjeng Kartini's birth date, 21 April, as 'Kartini Day' - an Indonesian national holiday. This decision has been criticised. It has been proposed that Kartini's Day should be celebrated in conjunction with Indonesian Mothers Day, on 22 December so that the choice of R.A. Kartini as a national heroine would not overshadow other women who, unlike R.A. Kartini, took up arms to oppose the colonisers.
  In contrast, those who recognise the significance of R.A. Kartini argue that not only was she a feminist who elevated the status of women in Indonesia, she was also a nationalist figure, with new ideas, who struggled on behalf of her people and played a role in the national struggle for independence.