In a written symbol Malang sesanti reads Malang Kucecwara which means "God destroys a false and uphold the good". Sesanti was approved to be the motto of the Regional Municipality Level II Malang on 1 April 1914. In a written symbol Malang Malang Kucecwara sesanti which says which means: God destroys evil and uphold good. Sesanti it approved a government slogan Level II Malang on 1 April 1914.
The motto is closely related to the origin of Malang in the Ken Arok approximately 8 centuries ago became a place name in sekotar temple named Malang. The location of the temple was still in question and requires further research. Malang and surrounding areas including Singosari which is the center of politics and culture from the year 760-1414, by writing it in stone Dinoyo. Activities during that time followed by cultural activities can not be described as the development of only one dynasty, but a series of political and cultural activities of some derivatives.
Further expressed from several breeds, there are clearly separated in the sense that there is no relationship between one another descendants, such descendants Dewasimba, Gajayana in Dinoyo with Balitung descent. Daksha, Tulodog and Eve, then Sindhok. Descendants going to Dharmawangsa, Airlangga until the last rule is Kertajaya (1215-1222). Then the emergence of Ken Arok dynasty is the first relay Majapahit kings until the last king Tumapel (1447-1451). At the time of Ken Arok show activities, Tumapel just a district in the area Jenggala rule at that time was under the practically Kertajaya in Kediri. Batara Malangkucecwara, mentioned in the charter of the year 908 near Singosari.
Charter in 907 it was explained that the people who got the charter is god cults in Malang, Putecwara Kutusan, Cilebhedecwara and Tulecwara. The mention of names like Batara in Malangkucecwara, putecwara prove that these names are names of the kings who ruled and when buried in the temple called the Batara. With the mention of charter Dinoyo, now is Dinoyo, temple near Malang malangkucecwara.