Kidal Temple

The narrative poem Nagarakartagama identifies Kidal temple as the burial shrine of King Anusapati, who died in 1248. The temple may then be deted around the middle of the 13th century. A statue of shiwa, said to have come from Kidal and thus assumed to be the portrait of Anusapati, is in the possession of the Royal Tropical Institute in Amsterdam.



Kidal temple, located in Rejokodal village, south east of Malang.

Kidal temple, a detail of the roof, now partially collapsed

Kidal temple, a scene from the Garudeya


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