Pura Ulun Danu Batur is a Hindu Balinese temple situated in the island of Bali, Indonesia. As one of the Pura Kahyangan Jagat, Pura Ulun Danu Batur is a standout amongst the most essential sanctuaries in Bali which went about as the maintainer of amicability and security of the whole island. Pura Ulun Danu Batur speaks to the course of North and is devoted to the god Vishnu and the neighborhood goddess Dewi Danu, goddess of Lake Batur, the biggest lake in Bali. Pura Batur or Pura Ulun Danu was first settled in the seventeenth century. The temple was devoted to the god Vishnu and to the goddess of the lake Dewi Danu.
Pura Batur includes nine unique sanctuaries, containing altogether 285 sanctums and structures committed to the divine beings and goddesses of water, farming, heavenly springs, craftsmanship, specialties, and then some. Pura Penataran Agung Batur, the important temple, has five primary yards. Its most overwhelming places of worship are the 11-layered meru arranged in the inward and most holy patio, three 9-layered merus committed to Mount Batur, Mount Abang, and Ida Batara Dalem Waturenggong, the idolized lord of the Gelgel tradition who ruled from 1460 to 1550. The eight different sanctuaries are Penataran Pura Jati, Pura Tirta Bungkah, Pura Taman Sari, Pura Tirta Mas Mampeh, Pura Sampian Wangi, Pura Gunarali, Pura Padang Sila, and Pura Tuluk Biyu.