Gupala Statue (Arca Gupala), Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Arca Gupolo is a cluster of seven statues that scatered. Five of the statue are headless, even few of them are badly damaged that the real figure can not be seen and look like they are just another stone, not historical statues. The biggest statue is 2 meters high, statue of Agastya with decoration that has been fading, but floral motives can still be seen. And trisula relief can be seen clearly.

The second statue is agastya in sitting position. This statue is big only it has lost many details. The motives and relief are completely gone, even the face could not be recognized. This statue is located in front of the main statue.

Other five statues are smaller, and their condition is worse. All are headless, even few only left the lower bodies. Those statues are scattered two main statues that are in sitting position.

There is a spring located nearby the statues site that is used by local people. The surrounding of the site is very quiet, shade and trees grow lushly. The passage to the location is white rocky that is slippery in few parts.

This site is administratively located in Sambirejo Village, Prambanan, Yogyakarta, Indonesia not far from Candi Ijo and Candi Barong.

Arca Gupolo name derives from Arca means statue and Gupolo is how common people call Agastya. Local people has legend about Gupolo. Gupolo was the prime minister (patih) of  King Ratu Boko. Patih Gupolo pushed and buried Bandung Bondowoso to Jalatunda Well, as he killed King Ratu Boko. But as Bandung Bondowoso was very powerful, he could get out of the ditch.