Raja Cenik (ᬭᬵᬚᬘᭂᬦᬶᬓ᭄) — in Balinese.

Balinese is a language spoken by more than 3.3 million people in Bali and surrounding islands  in Indonesia. Balinese is an Austronesian language belonging to the Malayo-Polynesian branch of the family. Within Malayo-Polynesian, it is part of the Bali–Sasak–Sumbawa subgroup.

This edition is published in both Balinese script and latin letter; translated by Cokorda Sawitri, with Dharma Putra as Balinese script expert.

The Balinese script (Aksara Bali, ᬅᬓ᭄ᬱᬭᬩᬮᬶ), which is arranged as Hanacaraka (ᬳᬦᬘᬭᬓ), is an abugida, ultimately derived from the Brāhmī script of India. The earliest known inscriptions date from the 9th century AD. Few people today are familiar with the Balinese script. The Balinese script is almost the same as Javanese script.