Family: Son of Sang Hyang Wenang. He has a wife Dewi Rakti. He has three sons: Tejamaya, Ismaya and Manikmaya.
Title/Position(s): King of Tengguru Heaven.
Appears in these lakon (stories): Javanese Stories – Ismaya Lahir.
Other Names: Umayi
Family: She has a husband Bathara Guru. She has nine sons: Bathara Sambu, Bathara Bayu, Bathara Indra, Bathara Brahma, Bathara Wisnu, Bathara Gana, Bathara Kala.
Title/Position(s): Queen of Jonggring Saloka Heaven.
Appears in these lakon (stories): Javanese Stories – Manikmaya, Murwakala and Pikukuhan.
Title/Position(s): Follower of Nabi Sulaiman (Solomon)
Appears in these lakon (stories): Javanese Stories – Ismaya Lahir
Other information: Jin Sakar was a follower of Nabi Sulaiman (Solomon) told to destroy the Pulau Dewa. Jin Sakar arrives at the destination. But he is defeated by Sang Hyang Wenang. Jin Sakar is sent back to steal a supernatural secret of Nabi Sulaiman, the Maklukat Gaib Ring gift from God. After successfully stealing the ring, Jin Sakar returns to Pulau Dewa but the Maklukat Gaib Ring falls into the sea.
Family: Son of Nurrasa and Dewi Sarwati. He has one older brother: Sang Hyang Darmajaka and younger brother: Sang Hyang Pramana Wisesa
Title/Position(s): God of Pulau Dewa Heaven.
Appears in these lakon (stories): Javanese Stories – Ismaya Lahir, Mahabharata–Dewa Ruci and Bima Suci.
Other information: Sang Hyang Wenang is worshipped like a God by the inhabitants of Pulau Dewa.
Family: Son of Prabu Salya. He has three sisters: Erawati, Surtikanthi and Banowati and a brother: Rukmarata
Title/Position(s): Prince of Mandaraka.
Appears in these lakon (stories): Mahabharata – Parta Krama, Sembadra Larung and Bharatayuda Jaya Binangun (Bharatayuda Timpalan)
Other information: Burisrawa is killed by Setyaki in the Bharatayuda Jaya Binangun war.