The Forgotten Temples: Lumbung and Bubrah
The Lumbung Temple is thought to have been built around the 9th century when the Ancient Mataram kingdom was famous for its extraordinary architectural value. The number of temples built at the time, such as the Prambanan Temple and Borobudur Temple, established it as a temple-building country. The Ancient Mataram era was eventually divided into two, which affected the status of the existing temples.
When we visit Bubrah Temple, we will gain a better understanding of the history of the remnants of ancient buildings that were built in the 9th century during the Ancient Mataram kingdom and are still standing and maintained today. Furthermore, in ancient times, the temple was a medium for artistic elements to be poured in the form of buildings found on the walls and stupas of temple buildings with motifs carved and shaped in andesite stone media. As well as the history of buildings that have ties to the Buddhist religion and are still in use today.