IDIC Revitalize Sakenan Temple and Asy-Syuhada Mosque as a Form of Religious Tolerance and Support Bali Tourism

In a series of side events for the Indonesian G20 Presidency, the Indonesia Deposit Insurance Corporation carried out a corporate social responsibility program by handing over support to revitalize the Pura Dalem Sakenan and the As-Syuhada Mosque on Serangan Island in Denpasar, Bali For information, regarding these two historical places, based on the Sading Village inscription, the construction of Sakenan Temple is estimated when Bali was ruled by king Sri Masula Masuli, he reigned from the year Isaka 1100 (1178 AD), so it is estimated that the age of Sakenan Temple is now almost 900 years. Meanwhile, the Ash-Syuhada Mosque was founded in the 17th century, this mosque is one of the oldest mosques in Bali. The construction of the Ash-Syuhada Mosque is a form of religious tolerance in Bali. Based on history, the Hindu King of Badung Cokorda Ngurah Sakti gave his appreciation to Sheikh Haji Mukmin, a Muslim figure in Serangan Village, for successfully helping the kingdom win the war during the VOC colonial period.

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