Prambanan is the largest Hindu temple in Indonesia, located 17 kilometers to the east of the city of Yogyakarta. Prambanan temple was built during the king Balitung Maha Sambu, Sanjaya dynasty in the early of 9th century AD. The total number of temples in the complex of Prambanan temple is 333 pieces but most are in a state of disrepair since the earthquake hit several times, notably in 1006. This temple were discovered by an archaeologist from the Netherlands which named D.E Hans in 1814, most of the temple severely damaged.
Renovation of the temple began in 1930 and ended in 1991, and only the main temple been restored, such as the temple of Siwa, Brahma and Wisnu. According to historical records, that the third name is the name of the main deity in the Hindu religious beliefs. God known as the God Siwa the destroyer, Brahma the creator god, as well as the patron god Wisnu. Prambanan temple is the main temple, as well as a place to worship the Hindu religion, particularly Hindus people who lives in Yogyakarta region.