DAFTgar is a famous kung fu movie, which depicts the story of how two martial arts masters come to an agreement to train a young boy named Khum Na. They are named Rama and Tagore and they form the Kung Fu Panda team. Rama wanted to become a great fighter like Tagore but was prevented from doing so by his Master, Ka Wao. The three then set out on a journey to seek revenge for the death of their previous Masters daftar situs bandarq.
The movie starts with Rama and Tagore training in the jungle. They use sticks and poles to form some sort of rudimentary fort. They practice Nyasa (fencing) and padanga (mixed martial arts). They also fight a local tribesman who attempts to attack Rama. Eventually, Khum Na joins up with a local tribesman who is a skilled karate called Babu, and they end up teamed up with the local villagers Pappu and Mumbi.
Pappu is actually a petty chief, and he becomes the mentor of both Babu and Khum Na. The village has a leopard-print den, which is where the entire family gathers, and Pappu give the younger family members a training course in swordsmanship, weaponry, and daftar karena. Meanwhile, Mumbi is also trained by a local elder named Kami. Mumbi later leaves the village to continue studying with Tagore and Mame.
The movie ends with Rama and Tagore traveling to the capital city of Pampanga. There they meet the local governor, Layana, who is impressed with Rama’s martial skills. Layana tells them that the chief minister of Kigali was planning to marry a local woman called Layana, so Rama and Tagore go to the city to interfere. The two brothers injure the chief minister and enter the palace. Mumbi kills Layana and they flee to a nearby plantation, where Mame vows to have revenge on Kigali for killing his family.
Maslowar is not satisfied with this turn of events and decides to have Rama and Tagore killed. However, Mame arrives just in time and saves them. He then has Rama and Tagore brought to the military camp in Memiliki Layana. Mame tells Layana that he will help her to convert the armed forces if she promises to protect him from all sides. Mame then tells Layana that the two should be married, and he will take care of her children.
Once in prison, Layana gets the Dapat Kamsu (Red Cross) to perform the ‘mantra of knowledge’. This helps her to attain knowledge of how to read and write in Indonesian, and even write a newspaper in her native language. She also starts to learn how to defend herself, as well as how to read the writings of the prisoners inside the fortress. The three of them escape through a hole in the wall and find the royal family (including the current ruler) on their way out, and enter the fortress.
Mame is able to enter the fortress by passing through the adalah. Once inside, she finds the two monks fighting and kills them. Layana then enters the fortress, fights and kills the enemy, while Layana’s friend, Bambi, fights the last few monsters standing between her and Layana. When she is finally killed, Layana realizes that only she possesses magical powers that can defeat the monsters, and that only she can save her father and sisters.
When the three sisters and the king are transported by the Boatman of Death to their homeland, they are reunited with their friend Bambi. However, Bambi has had enough of her father’s stubbornness and decides that it is time for him to be sacrificed. Instead of using magic to kill him, Bambi tricks Layana into casting a spell that will kill her, but not her father. The three sisters then have to use all their combined strength to seal the spell, and kill Bambi. The novel ends with the sisters reuniting with Layana, who is now empowered by the knowledge that she possesses the power to defeat Diwali in a new way, as she restores the lost Diwali to its rightful place at the center of the Diwali festival.