Candi D

The fourth temple (Candi D) was an elongated structure similar - though not identical - to the first building (Candi B) in the southern series of temples. It measured 22m x 12m and was divided into three chambers: a central rectangular room entered via a staircase located on the eastern side, and two small square chambers located to the north and south of it and entered via separate staircases.

The ruins of Candi D and their direct vicinity have also yielded a few sculptures: a Ganesha (probably MNI 157b), a fragment of a Durga (at Singosari), several fragments of pedestals, a bust, a fragment of a base with eet on it, fragments of a hand, a bull and (the base of) a Surya image.

Statue of Ganesha from Candi B