Gunung Kawi is an eleventh century temple and funerary complex in Tampaksiring :180 north east of Ubud in Bali, Indonesia, that is spread crosswise over either side of the Pakerisan waterway. It includes 10 rock-cut candi (places of worship) that are cut into some 7-meter-high (23 ft) protected specialties of the sheer precipice face. These memorial service landmarks are thought to be committed to King Anak Wungsu of the Udayana tradition and his most loved rulers. On the east side there are five sanctuaries that are committed, by hypothesis, to King Udayana, his ruler Mahendradatta, and their children Airlanga, Anak Wungsu, and Marakata. The sanctuaries on the west side are devoted, by same hypothesis, to the lord's minor rulers or courtesans.