Borobudur temple view from northwest plateau, Central Java, Indonesia.
Lens flare at the Borobudur stairs and Kala arches entrance. Borobudur is the 8th century Buddhist monument took shape as a giant Mandala-mountain. The stairs took pilgrim from Kamadhatu (realm of desire}, through Rupadhatu (realm of forms and shapes), and finaly elevated to a higher spiritual plane of Arupadhatu (realm of formlesness). Central Java, Indonesia.
Mendut Temple, near Borobudur, Magelang, Central Java, Indonesia
Brahu temple at Trowulan archaeological site, East Java. The tall red bricks temple is dated from Majapahit period circa 13th to 15th century.
Gebang temple is an 8th century Hindu temple, from Medang Mataram kingdom period. The temple is located at the outskirt of Yogya city, near the northeastern ringroad. Gebang village, Wedomartani, Ngemplak, Sleman, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
Trowulan ancient city. Ruins of ancient city, covering approximately 100 km2…
A giant Kala head on top of the door while the Makara projected on the side of…