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The Lake Bratan temple

Pura Ulun Danu Bratan Bali 2011

Half-Buddhist temple complex built by the king of mengwi in 1633. Lake Bratan looked upon as the source of irrigation water for the southern districts and the subak shrines here is the focus of island wide ceremonies meant to ensure a steady and continued supply of water. Periodically the temple is flooded by the rising lake, reclaimed again and again

Pura Ulun Danu Bratan floating out on the lake with its elegant 11-roofed Meru dedicated to Lord Vishnu, its seven-roofed Meru dedicated to Brahma, and its three-roofed Meru housing a lingga dedicated to Lord Shiva. There are also two smaller shrines. This is  Bali’s most important irrigation temple, the destination of pilgrims from all over the island who come to worship Dewi Danu, the water goddess.

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