Titus Leber


Erected in the early 9th Century AD by the Saliendra Dynasty, the monumental stupa of the Borobudur Temple in Central Java/ Indonesia, listed by UNESCO as a World Cultural heritage site, is covered with some 1460 bas-relief panels, each one narrating a specific episode from one of the countless existences of Lord Buddha or his followers. The ascending path along these scenes is conceived in such a manner that it leads the seeker progressively towards enlightenment.

With its mandala-like shape and its rich figurative narrative the temple constitutes the equivalent of an integrated circuit carved in stone, encoded with instructions meant to convey an ancient message of wisdom and compassion to a modern world in need.


Interactively exploring the Borobudur Temple

Buddha Worlds

The Great Departure

Following the ancient path preset by our forefathers this 64 GB application presents a comprehensive introduction to the doctrine, history and ethics of the three great schools of Buddhism: Theravada, Mahayana, and Vajrayana. Various navigational options let the user explore these at his very own guise.

Commissioned by the Government of Indonesia this interactive encyclopedia invites you to an in depth exploration of the largest Buddhist monument of the world, the Borobudur Temple, located in Java, Indonesia.

The making of “Borobudur- Paths to Enlightenment”