The older, Hangabehi, took control of the kraton (palace) and expelled his younger half-brother Tedjowulan; each had himself crowned, and they held separate tomb-sealing rituals for their father. However the family consensus has now acknowledged that Hangabehi is the rightful heir and he is now titled SISKS Pakubuwono XIII.
On 18–19 July 2009 there was a ceremony in the kraton where the enthronement anniversary was conducted with the sacred Bedoyo Dance performed especially for the ceremony. The attendees consists of various local and foreign dignitaries as well as Hangabehi half brother Tejowulan.
|Susuhunan of Surakarta
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