Borobudur is a Buddhist temple, located at Borobudur, Magelang, Central Java, Indonesia. The location of the temple is approximately 100 km to the southwest of Semarang, 86 km to the West of Surakarta, and 40 km northwest of Yogyakarta. The Temple shaped stupa was established by adherents of Mahayana Buddhism circa 800-an Ad during the reign of Sailendra Dynasty.
Borobudur Temple is the biggest Buddhist temple and the largest Buddhist monument in the world. A Relief carved on the temple walls are divided into 4 main stories i.e. Karmawibangga, Lalita Wistara, Jataka and Awadana, and Gandawyuda. In addition to dealing with life’s journey about the Buddha and his teachings, the relief society also recorded the progress of Java at the time. Borobudur is still used as a place of religious pilgrimage; every year Buddhists who came from all over Indonesia and abroad gathered at Borobudur to commemorate Vesak Trisuci.