This temple was built in the 15th century by the priest Pedanda Bahu Rawuh or Danghyang Nirartha from Majapahit Kingdom. During his voyage along the south coast he caught sight of a rock island and rested there. Some fishermen noticed him and invited him to stay at their hut. Nirartha refused, saying he preferred to spend the night on the little island. That evening, he talked to the fishermen and advised them to build a shrine on the rock. Nirartha felt it would be a holy and appropriate place to worship God. Read More
The Mother Temple of Besakih, or Pura Besakih, in the village of Besakih on the slopes of Mount Agung in eastern Bali, is the most important temple of Agama Hindu Dharma in Bali, Indonesia and one of a series of Balinese Temple.
The temple probably dates to the fourteenth century. It was built on the south slopes of Mount Agung, the principal volcano of Bali. The temple is actually a complex made up of twenty-two temples that sit on parallel ridges. It has stepped terraces and flights of stairs which ascend to a number of courtyards and brick gateways that lead up to the main spire Meru structure, which is called Pura Penataran Agung. All this is aligned along a single axis and designed to lead the spiritual upward and closer to the mountain which is considered sacred. Read More
Kehen Temple is a beautiful Hindu Temple located in foothills, south part of Bangli Regency and it is about 45 Km from Denpasar town. Inside of this temple are, there is Panyimpenan Temple building keep 3 inscriptions which is relating to its contents and temple existence. It is strategically located in the high land, so we can see the beautiful view. It is a famous temple in Bali and many visitors from foreign country has visited it.
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Small hill filled in by a lot of ancient ruins,under the villager discovered. Nice view it has under cool climate, invites our mind. Durga statue placed on the top of small hill at Kedarman temple especially at Buruan village of Blahbatuh district, in Gianyar regency. Consisted of 3 temples in one complex, so easy to visit as located in the lane of Denpasar-Gianyar street. Now in the courtyard of the temple lies some souvenir shops, and carver center. In the northern part in a junction lies also food court. Till now this temple interest to visit by local tourist or foreign one. First temple inside is Puseh temple, keep in” Amoghapasa,and Bodhisatwa Awalokiteswara” statues. Second one is “Bukit Dharma”, Read More