Srikandi Temple is included in the Arjuna Temple Complex, located in Dieng Kulon Village, Batur District, Banjarnegara Regency
Srikandi Temple is included in the Arjuna Temple Group. Located south of Arjuna Temple or between Arjuna Temple and Puntadewa Temple. The plan of the temple is square with a size of 3.84 m x 3.84 m. the batur part of the temple does not have a decoration or viewer, while the front part of the temple is somewhat protruding outward which serves as the entrance of the temple. At the temple entrance the condition is damaged, but it can still be seen as the upper and lower doorways.
Kala’s headdress is above the door. While the part between the legs and the body of the temple is separated by a seam that extends to the corners of the temple there are ornaments in the form of pillars that resemble a pillar on a wooden building.
The uniqueness of this temple is the Trimurti relief sculpture or the three main deities of Hindus. Namely Lord Vishnu on the northern temple wall, Lord Shiva on the east side of the temple wall, and Brahmana on the South side. The relif-relief condition has been somewhat damaged, but it can still be recognized by the attributes of the gods carved on the walls of the temple. The roof of the temple has been damaged so that the original shape is no longer visible.
The Arjuna temple complex is located at coordinates between 7 ° 12’13.11 ″ LS – 7 ° 12’20.50 ″ LS and 109 ° 54’23.80 ″ BT – 109 ° 54’29.12 ″ BT. This group of temples can be said to be the most intact compared to other temple groups in the Dieng Region.