Dancing is principally moving with the body while reading is moving with the mind. For Galuh, both are constantly ongoing and complete each other. She believes, man is a dancing creature who moves with his respective life and mind as well.
Reading and dancing, none she can leave out. She practices both. Her relationship with books and literature started when she was a child due to her father’s reading habit. She used to visit her father at work so that she could access the office’s library. Even in high school, she started to devour the books belonging to her brother who was studying philosophy. When she was in college, she wanted to join Suara Mahasiswa, yet she then decided to be part of Liga Tari Krida Budaya. From that moment on, she had been spending all her time for studying in Chinese Studies Program and dancing.
Larashati.net was initially her personal blog. She designed In the House Project to be carried out in collaboration with her husband. Since they had to deal with a hive of activity and bustle of life, this duo is finally unrealized. The concept of In the House currently applied to Larashati.net as it is considered more representative. Larashati is a manifestation of her passion for literature and art as well as her concern for the parental role in accompanying child development. Comes from the idea cultivates in the house to share with the world: the house with sky as the roof.