This may be the only Hindu shrine in the world where both Hindus
and Moslems come to worship. About 7 kilometers west of Narmada,
it was built in 1714 and rebuilt in 1878 to symbolize harmony and
unity between the Hindu Balinese and Moslem Sasak population of
the area, especially those who adhere to Lombok's unique Wektu Telu
school of Islam.
The Balinese temple is built on higher ground, behind the Moslem
section in the compound. In the lower yard is a spring in which
pilgrims in the temple yard stage a mock battle between Hindus and
Moslems in which troth parties hurl rice cakes at each other.