Banyan tree has a close relation with Indonesian tradition. This big tree is believed as a spirit which can protecting people who live around it. A kind of amulet was always served in an old and biggest banyan because it also believed as the place of ghost and black magic. In Hindu religion, the banyan tree is considered sacred and is called “Ashwath Vriksha”. It represents eternal life because of its seemingly ever-expanding branches. The banyan is part of the coat of arms of Indonesia. It is meant to symbolise the unity of Indonesia – one country with many far-flung roots. This tree also used as the symbol of Partai Golkar, a biggest Indonesian political party in New Order era lead by president Soeharto for 32 years; a years of modernization and repressions.