The statue of Brayut or Hariti is believed to be a character who initially has an evil character. After studying religion, he turned into a child lover. It is said that Brayut is a mother in a classic Balinese story who gave birth to many children up to 18 people. Because of his persistence, he managed to raise his children. This story has long been an icon of a mother with many children for the Balinese people. Brayut is also often associated with the assumption that having many children will bring a lot of sustenance. The Brayut statue depicts the situation that wherever parents go, their children are always with them.
The Brayut Museum Sonobudoyo collection consists of Ki Brayut and Nyi Brayut. Ki Brayut is sitting cross-legged on a rectangular platform, his right hand holding his beard, his left hand holding his left thigh, two children on his lap on his left thigh and right thigh, two children on his shoulder, one holding a chicken, the other children on the back. behind with various positions. Nyi Brayut with her eleven children sitting cross-legged on a rectangular platform, chest open, one child sitting on the right thigh holding a toy, one child on the left thigh, left hand holding her mother's breast, two children on the shoulder, one holding the head a child who sits on his mother's right thigh, there is a tortoise, there is also a dog.