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Several contemporary viharas in Indonesia for example, contain the actual-size replica or reconstruction of famous Buddhist temples, such as the replica of Pawon and Plaosan's perwara (small) temples.

In Buddhism, the role of a candi as a shrine is sometimes interchangeable with a stupa, a domed structure to store Buddhist relics or the ashes of cremated Buddhist priests, patrons or benefactors.

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The Great Dictionary of the Indonesian Language of the Language Center defines a candi as an ancient stone building used for worship, or for storing the ashes of cremated Hindu or Buddhist kings and priests.

"Between the 7th and 15th centuries, hundred of religious structures were constructed of brick and stone in Java, Sumatra and Bali. The term refers to other pre-Islamic structures including gateways and even bathing places, but its principal manifestation is the religious shrine." This term is in par with Cambodian and Thai term prasat which refer to the towering structure of a temple.The candi structure and layout recognize the hierarchy of the zones, spanned from the less holy to the holiest realms.The Indic tradition of Hindu-Buddhist architecture recognize the concept of arranging elements in three parts or three elements.The statue of god stored inside the garbhagriha (main chamber) of the temple is often modeled after the deceased king and considered to be the deified person of the king portrayed as Vishnu or Shiva according to the concept of devaraja.The example is the statue of king Airlangga from Belahan temple portrayed as Vishnu riding Garuda.

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However, the term also applied to many non-religious structures dated from the same period, such as gapura (gates), petirtaan (pools) and some of habitation complexes.