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We present the “Kamadhatu, Rupadhatu and, Arupadhatu” Collection


Kamadhatu :

Kamadhatu is the lowest level of Buddhist cosmology located on the 2nd floor at the foot of
 the Borobudur Temple or a level above the undag. In Buddhist cosmology, Kamadhatu symbolizes 
the underworld which describes human behavior that is still bound by worldly desires.
In simple terms, Kamadhatu is a natural symbol of the human world that is seen today. 
In the Kamadhatu section there are 160 reliefs that explain the Karmawibhangga Sutra,
 namely the law of cause and effect. The relief is an illustration of human nature and
 passion, such as robbing,killing, raping, torture, and slander.

Rupadhatu :
In the Rupadhatu ajan section, there are several temple ornaments, including
the kala makara gate, statue niches, Buddha statues, jaladwara, ghana, keben,
small stupas, and story reliefs. In this section there are also 1,212 symbolic 
decorative reliefs and 1,300 story reliefs. The story reliefs in the Rupadhatu 
section are the reliefs of Lalitavistara, Jataka Avadana, and Gandawyuha.

Arupadhatu :
Arupadhatu is the pinnacle of Buddhist cosmology located on the 8th to 10th 
floors at the top of the Borobudur Temple. In Buddhist cosmology, Arupadhatu 
is a symbol of the upper realm, the highest place inhabited by the gods. 
Arupadhatu is also a depiction of the intangible element and as a sign where 
the highest purity has been achieved by giving up worldly desires.
In this section you will find 72 circular stupas with holes, inverted bells, 
containing a Buddha statue that leads to the outside of the temple. 
The largest stupa is at the top of the Borobudur Temple with a diameter
 of 9.9 meters and a height of 42 meters above the ground

Sumber: borobudurpedia.kemdikbud.go.id, kebudayaan.kemdikbud.go.id, dan borobudurpark.com 
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