When talking about the Rujak Senthe motif, we can be sure that people will closely associate it with the Udan Liris motif. It is true that these two motifs at first glance look very similar. Both have the same motif contours, namely slopes or diagonals consisting of at least 7 main micro motifs, namely flames, half kawung, palm banji, mlinjon, tritis, ada-ada, and watu malang. Etymologically, Rujak Senthe comes from the word rujak which is also associated with authentic Indonesian food. Rujak is a food consisting of many fruits which are given palm sugar and cayenne pepper which gives a sensation of freshness but also spicy and various other flavors.
For Udan Liris or drizzling rain, it means giving the meaning of Rakhmat from God Almighty and wishing for prosperity and prosperity. The main difference between these two motifs is that Rujak Senthe is usually in black, while Udan Liris has a white motif. For the equation, these two motives contain meaning, namely that in navigating or living this life one must have a high endurance, because in this life there must be joys and sorrows, luck and misfortune, and also in facing obstacles and obstacles in life. Both of these motifs used to be the motive for prohibiting the palace, where only kings were allowed to wear. But over time, this motif is used by anyone, especially for several big events such as weddings, siraman, fiance, mitoni, birthdays, and others.