Important pediment illustrating in the center a Lokapala, one of the Guardians of the world or Celestial Kings, protective deities in the Hindu or Buddhist religion.
From the word loka (world) and pala (guardians, protectors) designating the guardians of the directions associated with the four cardinal points.
In the style of the decorations of the temples of Prambanan also called Candi Rara Jonggrang, a group of 240 shivaist temples on the island of Java, Indonesia.
Temples built from the middle of the 9th century whose central temple is dedicated to Durga Mhaishasuramardini (fighting the demon Mahishasura, wife of Shiva).
Length. 325 cm height. 146 excluding crowns. Height. Overall 203 cm Thickness 35 cm